What are the key responsibilities of HR business partner and how is this separate from HR ops role
From India, New Delhi
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The HR Operations are the deliverables that HR function administers, the visible or the felt part in the day today affairs of an organisation. It is what the employees in the organisation and the outsiders see, feel and perceive the HR function to be, like recruitment, induction, transfer, MPP, Training, HRD, Welfare admin, legal compliance,IR, Disciplinary matters, Superannuation, post retirement schemes etc etc. The HR Business Partnering is a conceptual or analytical approach trying integrate HR function as a partner in business and how HR can be leveraged to serve the organisational goals in a better manner. Long years back we used to have OD activities where HR used to play a stellar role in organisational growth and development. Now HR as business partner sees itself as a key function contributing significantly in the functioning of the organisation and is no longer confined to the sidelines as a staff function.
From India, Mumbai
KKHR explained well the distinction between the two.Adding further, I may say that HR ops is process oriented dealing with various processes as explained by KKHR and HRBP is project(development)oriented dealing with creative and value adding activities like corporate culture,organisational design, managing performance and talent etc. For example, if HR ops is concerned with recruiting talent, HRBP in concerned with devising strategy to manage this talent to harness it's potential.Thus HR ops is the front office and HR BP is the back office working as a thinking centre. While HRBP acts as an agent of change ,HR ops translates that change into practice at front office level. Trust these few additional inputs may help you grasp the difference.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Relations Advisor
Navi Mumbai

From India, Mumbai

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