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Hi i am debjyoti frm Pune.I am currently pursuing BBA/LLB from Symbiosis Societys Law College.i am currently in the 3rd yr,i have come to know that a law degree coupled with a degree in Human Resource and Industrial Relations is really a good option.I want to know more abt this and the places where i can study the same.I really want to get into the corporate sector.and thats the raeson why i tok up my graduation in bba.PLZZZZZ HELPPPP.i am in a dilemma now. :roll:
From India, Calcutta
Hey Debjyoti,
No need to get confuse, you have picked the right combination that's in demand. I call it icing on the HR cake :) You just carry on with your studies and complete your BBA/LLB, and head for the corporate sector. If that's a dual degree program then you can also select subjects related to HRM in your BBA as well.
Well, you mentioned that you are pursuing BBA/LLB from Symbiosis Societys Law College, then why do you want to study at another place?? Is this related to your future studies?? :? I am not clear on this! If you are talking about your Master's degree then you can enroll in MBA with major in HRM or Employment Relations or any other related subject...!
Anyway, first you finish your BBA/LLB studies with good marks and get a startup job in the field of HR...Wish you best of luck.
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From Pakistan, Karachi
Hey Adnan,
Thanks a lot.U made my day today.Ya i would luv to have the cake and eat the cherry 2 :lol: So u all the way frm where r u working and what does it require u 2 do?Do u know abt Industrial Realtions is it the same as Employee Realtions?
From Debjyoti

From India, Calcutta
Hi Debjyoti,

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Industrial/Labor Relations: The field of industrial/labor relations looks at the relationship between management and workers, particularly groups of workers represented by a labor union. It is a broad term that may refer to relations between unions and management, unions themselves, management and government, unions and government, or between employers and unorganized employees. Within this definition, specific attention may be directed toward industrial conflict or its regulation through the formulation of work rules or agreements.

<link no longer exists - removed> : Employee relations is that aspect of Human Resources that directs attention to assist employees and management to establish a work environment that is stimulating and creative and that supports an environment in which the individual can perform to the best of his or her ability. It covers communications, employee participation in management decisions, conflict and grievance resolution, trade unions and collective bargaining.

I hope this brief definition will help you to know the difference between the two.


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From Pakistan, Karachi
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