scare_crow
2

DEAR ALL..
WHAT DO YOU THINK ON THE ABOVE SAID ISSUE...ARE WE DOING A LABOUR BASED JOB OR ARE WE INTO KNOWLEDGE BASED PROFILE... I WAS ASKED THIS IN AN INTERVIEW....AND I SAW STARS :roll: :roll:
LETZ DISCUSS IT SO THAT NOBODY ELSE SEE'S ANY STARS....
REGARDS
VISHAL 8)

From India, Mumbai
Ajmal Mirza
35

Hi Vishal....
I am going to prepare a book named "Handbook of Questions by Vishal". It will make a great reading.... Just Joking... :lol: No offence
Well of course the answer is "Knowledge Based"...
Labour Based is a term that is used for some industry while HR work is a profile of a person... He needs to have sufficient knowledge for his work, and may not require labour force to perform HR Functions efficiently

From India, Ahmadabad
manu
3

Labour Based when you are doing your Boss’s Work :) and Knowledge based when you are doing your own work. :)
From India, New Delhi
scare_crow
2

dear ajmal :lol: :lol: ,
gud one...some how i have lot of questions in me....till everything is answered...i will keep asking & keep learning....once that is done i will start askin more questions...and cause a total brain drain at citehr... :lol: :lol: :lol:
on a serious note... core h.r could be called as knowledge based... but on recuritments i have my doubts....
what say???
regards
vishal 8)

From India, Mumbai
manu
3

Thanks Vishal! :) Keep Asking New Questions! All the best for your future release "Handbook of Questions by Vishal" writtenby : Vishal , edited by : Ajmal lol :)
From India, New Delhi
scare_crow
2

manu dude.... :lol: these days i becoming more of a critic....i have cleared my doubts on most of the questions....but u wld soon find my book published onsite... regards vishal :lol:
From India, Mumbai
Deepali Singh
10

HI VISHAL'
well my consent goes for knowledge based. see i've been into core recruitment functions and i found dat u need to have info abt d required profile, even knowledge , an understanding coz u need to match d requirement wid d candidates profile. for all dis a good understanding of hr is necessary n it has nothing to do wid labour.
dips

From India, Delhi
manu
3

Hi Dips Someone told me "I don’t work hard" :shock: I ask Him so "you are lazy"! :) He replied "I WORK SMART" :) bye!
From India, New Delhi
scare_crow
2

hi again dips dude... i welcome your views....try posting some examples that substiantiate your views....what say?>?? regards vishal
From India, Mumbai
Deepali Singh
10

hi scary,
so an example to illustrate is,
I have few frinds in sales , they have been told to recruit sales execs under them but they are finding it hard to get hold over it, coz recruitment being a core hR function , one who knows even small small ins and outs of recruitment can handle it efficiently..
so, those friends have asked me to do it for them....
see in this case they have labour (themselves) but due to lack of knowledge they are finding it hard.
hope this example satisfies my point....
i'll wait for ur response...though the post is quite old...
dips

From India, Delhi
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