Report on Human Resource Profession

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Career Research Report
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN FINDINGS:..........................................................................................................................1.........................................................................................................................................................5CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................15REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................17
TITLE:To identify employability for graduates in relation to their own careerINTRODUCTIONChoosing a right career for ourselves is a very important yet difficult task because ifwrong career is chosen by a person then it can spoil whole career of that person. If the person ishappy and satisfied with the profession that he has chosen for himself then it will help him inperforming work nicely and generating good results thereof (Beaulieu, 2012). The profession inwhich I want to make my career is Human resource management. In this report, a detaileddiscussion about career in human resource management will be covered. The major sectionwhich is involved in HRM are training and development. This report will clearly identify theroles played by them in human resource profession. Both primary and secondary research will beconducted to evaluate this profession.MAIN FINDINGS:Human resource management basically means managing human resource in anorganisation. I have chosen HR as my profession because I have deep interest in knowing andunderstanding people and their behaviour. The learnings that I will get in this profession are likeunderstanding organisational behaviour, Business ethics, corporate governance, compensationsand benefits, training and development, human resource planning etc. these concepts will helpme in understanding the organisation and its people very well.Primary Research: It is a kind of research in which information is collected first handedlyby the individuals. It is considered highly relevant because it has been collected by ourselves.This research is considered very expensive as data is collected , analysed and evaluated again. Inthis research can include focus groups, surveys, interviews etc. primary research answersquestions that are directly relevant to the company. The results which comes from here is morespecific (Cameron, 2014).Secondary research:- in this type of research , previous completed data is used by thecompany and applied in their own situation. These data helps company in performing theiractivities very fast and also saves time of company in collecting all the data once again. It gives afoundation to company.1
For conducting primary research in have prepared a questionnaire through which it will beknown that which profession will be best for me. In this questionnaire, those types of questionsare included which will help in deciding the right career for me (Rosen, 2011).QuestionnaireQ.1) What type of interest do you have?a) playing with numbersb) Reading booksc) Going to events and have fund) talking to peopleQ.2) What do you value the most?a) Career satisfactionb) Financial successc) Social justiceQ.3) What are your personality traits?a) cooperativeb) competitiveQ.4) What skills do you have(Both hard skills and soft skills)?a) Hard skillsb) Soft skillsc) bothQ.5)What are your talents and strengths?a) good in numbersb) good in knowledgec) good in dealing with peopleQ.6) What education do you need?a) Training in personality developmentb)Training in shares and securitiesc) Training in marketing fieldQ.7) Are there jobs available in that sector?a) yesb) no2
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