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- raising the bar. Frase-Blunt, Martha // HR Magazine;Mar2003, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p74
Focuses on the search of companies for human resource (HR) practitioners who are generalists. Challenge for generalists; Basic skill sets for generalists working in traditional HR organizations; Importance of mastering HR technology systems and the Internet. INSET: Test Your HR Aptitude.
- The next step. // People Management;Sep2015, p57
The article provides an answer to a question of how a Human Resources (HR) manager can advance her career or find a new position at an organization where there is no HR link to business strategy, including how to encourage the organization to invest in her career development.
- The next step. // People Management;Nov2015, p65
The article presents an answer to a question about career development within the human resources (HR) field.
- HR career issues...?moving up. // Personnel Today;7/21/2009, p8
The article presents an answer to a question on skills and experience needed to make a jump from a mid-level to a senior Human Resource post.
- The next step. // People Management;Mar2015, p55
The article presents advice from career and executive coach and facilitator Maxine Marshall for an inexperienced mature individual interested in starting a career in Human Resources who has completed a Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) course and has a health and social...
- DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND EXPERTISE. Lippitt, Gordon // Training & Development Journal;May79, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p66
Focuses on the professional development and training of human resources development (HRD) professionals. Disciplinary backgrounds of HRD specialists; Strategies for continuing growth; Constant learning experience required by the HRD profession.
- HRD Career Update. Chalofsky, Neal // Training & Development Journal;May85, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p64
Discusses the career opportunities for human resource development (HRD) professionals in the U.S. Trends that affect the choices facing people who enter or advance in the HRD profession; Increased specialization; Proliferation of new, smaller companies; Movement of HRD professionals into...
- Apply what you know to be a professional. // People Management;Dec2015, p54
The article discusses the study "From best to good practice HR: developing principles for the profession" which found that human resource (HR) practitioners in Great Britain value the importance of relevant knowledge in their careers and its application in their work.
- The next step. // People Management;Jun2016, p51
The article provides answer to a question on how to transition to a human resource (HR) position from being a sales manager.