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HR or Human Resources is a well-known profession that seems very lucrative to professionals who wish to have a strong career path in an organization. To be an HR professional there are various degrees available to specialize like Master in Social Works, Master in Human Resource Management etc. Within the HR domain itself, there are various functionalities like recruitment, induction, generalist, compensation benefits, payroll, exit etc.
Each domain has its own required knowledge set to be acquired. For Example: to be in recruitment's an HR professional should be Professional in Human Resources (phr) Certification and have good knowledge in sourcing profiles from various platforms, interviewing etc. Likewise for payroll, a professional should know legal and statutory compliance's related to payroll and adjustments.
The various HR activities have a set of cadre or grade in the organization which depends largely on the size of the organization. A small company with just 10-50 employees may have only one HR to take care of all the activities. Contrast to an organization which has 200+ or more employees may have HR team centrally as well as on regional basis. The basic designation that it can start with is an executive to senior executive, assistant, manager, officer, head etc.
Why HR Generalist?
At each level, the activities are carried on a day to day tasks basis for example recruitment and on boarding are common tasks that happen across the organization, similarly, activities like employee grievances or maybe their day to day queries are addressed at the local as well as central level.
So, when the companies are faced with such nature of activities the importance of a common man, in HR terms a generalist who is capable of handling various tasks on a day to day basis holds a lot of value as the set of work carried by such professionals are multitasking like recruitment, on boarding, employee queries, grievances, performance management, statutory compliance's.
The level and the nature of activities may vary from organization to organization as per organization policy.
Pros of being in Generalist Role:
Multi-tasking and dimensional- being in generalist role you land up touching almost every single area of HR domain and hence give you a sound experience in handling work against a specialist who may only be a master in his domain.
Stand-alone contributor- You open up the pathway to showcase your caliber as an individual contributor and spearheaded as compared to a specialist role where the nature
1. Accountability and Responsibility: After getting hr generalist training in Delhi, you become generalist. So, being in generalist role there are huge expectations and high accountabilities to be delivered unlikely from a specialist role which is restricted only to a domain.
2. Multi facing- being in generalist role a person has to be open-minded, mingling and extrovert to enable him/her to be a strong player and get his work done from all sources. So if you are not one of them it may be challenging to be in this role.
3. Repetitive nature of Job: the role has repetitions in its activities over and over a period of time and hence only opportunity that it gives you is being upgraded in the various developments and practices in the domain or it can become stagnant after a point of time.
Hence its a matter of choice and interest as to what is important for someone seeking growth and making a career in HR field by getting Certification Courses in HR for Freshers.
16th June 2018 From India, Mumbai
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