HRD Manager also known as Human Resource Manager is responsible to manage the personall department of any organisation which includes recruiting, posting, training, supervising and firing of the the non-performing employees.
Human Resource better known as the manpower of a company, plays an important role in any organization’s development with their specific skills and creativity. To manage this manpower in an effective manner for the betterment of the company professionals known as Human Resource Managers are required in plenty with the globalisation of the economy and opening up of so many organization especially in countries like India where there is great amount of raw talent available at affordable cost.
Human Resource Management (HRM) earlier known as personal management is a highly competitive and sought after profession in the field of management. It involves recruiting personnel, their training, salary, administration and handling union management relations. Every industry, business organization and trade needs HRD Managers or HR managers for the successful administration and maintenance of their work force. They focus on all the activities an organization implements and assist employees in all areas, including boosting their morale and giving training and coaching to boost their abilities.
Now-a-days well-trained, skilled and highly motivated staff is required for the growth of an organization/company. This has made HRM a vital administrative function in both commercial as well as non-profit making establishments. It is the duty of the HR or Personal Manager to recruit efficient employees to improve the productivity of the company.
The major tasks performed by a human resource professional include developing job profile, screening and interviewing candidates, administering and coordinating tests, conducting background checks of prospective employees and their training. In fact, Human resource management is all about the management of work and people in an organization.
It is a career that needs professional as well as personal skills..Earlier a career in human resource management was considered as a male dominated field but with the passage of time it has become woman friendly and now more and more females are getting into this profession.
To discharge his duties efficiently and effectively he requires special study and training of 2 to 3 years. So to be a HRD Manager one has to follow the below given path.
Eligibility to become a Human Rerource Develpment Manager
Master of Human Resource and Organizational Development (MHROD)
Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Development (PGDHRD)
Eligibility condition for joining Master Degree/Diploma
The eligibility criteria for applying to these courses are graduation in any discipline. The master’s programme will be of 2 years duration and PG Diploma programmes will be of 1 year duration.
Basically admission to these programmes will be based on aptitude test, GD and interview.
The selection procedure may vary depending on the institutes. Most institutes admit students on the basis of marks scored in exams like CAT by IIMs, MAT by All India Management Association, XAT by Xavier Institute etc.
Some institutes conduct their own exam to these courses.
Many Management courses offer Human Resource Management as a specialization to the major course. In MBA, the specialization will be offered in the 2nd year. Compared to MBA, MHRM is an exclusive 2 year programme on Human resources.
How to become a Human Resource Deverlopment Manager?
To become a successful HRD Manger one should first attain the essential education. IITmay be a Master degree in Management or Diploma course.
After acquiring the minimum requirement one can apply for an organization when ever there is a vacancy for the post of HRD Manager.
HRD Manager Job Description and Career Prospects
A Human Resource Manager's job descripion involves advertising for new employees in variosus kinds of mass medial like in print media (newspaper, magazines etc.), electronic media (T.V , radio) and internet. Maintaining all record regarding to workman's compensation, health and medical insurance, and other state and government regulations as required.
HRD managers work profile also includes overseeing the human resources department staff and handling all issues involving employee complaints or questions that cannot be answered by other staff and above all Working with employers and employees in a cohesive manner as he is the one who can help to maintain a healthy atmospher in the organisation by being a mediator between the emplyer and employee at the ts known as thime of any kind of conflict of interests.
HRD Manager Salary
Salary of Human Resource Managers varies depending on the type of organization, economic activity, geographic location and profitability. Experienced Human Resource Managers are offered Rs.20,000 to Rs.30,000 per month especially in private organizations.
Candidates from top Business schools like IIM’s; XLRI’s etc can earn around Rs.3,00,000 to Rs.5,00,000 annually. The remuneration will spruce up depending on one’s own managerial skill, qualification and experience etc. For a senior level post, an MBA graduate can be offered Rs.50,000 to Rs.60,000 per month and even more to the deserving candidates.