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Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 3:12pm On Jul 23, 2007
Let Us Have Hr Professionals In The House

Please do we have Human Resource Practitioners in the house so that we can discuss more about our lives. We can also share information that will be of help in the day-day of our jobs. For me, I have a lot to share on HR but I am looking forward to learn more.

Please your responses.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by chy(f): 1:52pm On Jul 25, 2007
Hi yemi i am studying a professional course in HR BUT WOULD LIKE TO
WORK IN A HR DEPARTMENT OF A WELL STRUCTURED ORGANISATION
SO TO BE ABLE TO PUT INTO PRACTICE WHAT I VE LEARNT. PLEASE
IF YOU ARE OPPORTUNED TO KNOW A COY THAT IS RECRUITING
LET ME KNOW

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by she(f): 3:40pm On Jul 25, 2007
am one, what would you like to discuss

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by LondonCool(m): 3:55pm On Jul 25, 2007
I have been a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel Management,Nigeria since 1992 with a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management( HRM), M.A in HRM, MBA degree in HRM; certification in Psychometrics (from University of Cambridge) any consultancy job ?

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by monshege: 4:52am On Jul 26, 2007
yemmight:

Let Us Have Hr Professionals In The House

Please do we have Human Resource Practitioners in the house so that we can discuss more about our lives. We can also share information that will be of help in the day-day of our jobs. For me, I have a lot to share on HR but I am looking forward to learn more.

Please your responses.

As a human resource professional, What learning principles would you consider in designing a training program?


A training program is a program that provides people with the capabilities they need to do their jobs. It is an important tool used by various organizations, therefore, when designing a training program, I would consider some principles, such as;

(a) A training program ought to have a defined purpose or objective to help the organization meet their needs

(b) A learning program must consider learner’s readiness, learning styles, learning transfer, training categories and issues

(c) Each program must have at the very least the commitment and support of senior leadership, managers and supervisors, and the union, if there is one

(d) A training program must reflect organization’s culture and values

(e) Training programs must use systems or methods that are effective and measurable, as well as cost effective

(f) Training programs should be evaluated and feedbacks provided

(g) Training programs must be credible and valid

(h) Training programs should provide participant with the opportunity to participate and apply the contents of the program

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by monshege: 4:57am On Jul 26, 2007
With the new century, came new technologies and the outbreak of online blogs and online websites where various people can put it down as it is, or as they may think right. As a human resource professional, would you look at personal blogs (online journals such as those found in Myspace, facebook, Tagged) of job applicants to help decide if they would make a good employee when hired?

Here is an interesting link to an article that was published in the San Francisco Chronicle;
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/01/24/BUGCEAT1I01.DTL




As a human resource professional, what methods of recruiting do you use at your organization?

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 9:34am On Jul 26, 2007
Every organization on an annual basis have a programme called performance appraisal exercise to assess and give feedback of performances to employees, however, we need to understand deeply what it takes to conduct a perfect appraisal and to educate non-HR managers and supervisors. Please find attached1 of those presentations that u find useful on same. enjoy it

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 9:50am On Jul 26, 2007
Monshege,

Before HR is set up in an organization, you must have a perfect and function HR Recruitment policy to attract and retain best candidates, in my coy we have a policy on Recruitment & that has since been a procedure, please find attached a policy on recruitment. Do tell me if it is ok and make your suggestions where necessary, I will appreciate. Thks

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 9:59am On Jul 26, 2007
Chy,

I will link you up with our Recruitment/HR Consultant. Have you heard of Human Edge? They consult/recruit for us presently and I have my contact person there. Alternatively check their site ist and get back 2 me. heworld.com. Good luck chy.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by lawuyi(m): 10:29am On Jul 26, 2007
Hi yemmight,

I read through your uploaded docs and they were gr8. Thanx a lot for putting them up. But i need some clarification i am in the HR function of a rather small organisation with balance sheet in the tens of millions rather than hundreds or even billions. The documents u uploaded seems like they're for a much bigger organisation than mine, do u think that's true?? What kind of company do u work in? I also wanna know how u got in touch with Human Edge, did u guys make the first move or they approached u? Cos i'm considering proposing hiring an HR consultant to my boss but i'mnot sure how it works and lastly apart from Human edge who has an idea of other good recruitment consutants that won't just chop our money without producing excellent candidates.

Thanks all

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 1:59pm On Jul 26, 2007
I work with a Security Printing coy. I don’t understand what u mean by not true. Though ours is a very big organization with some expatriate in our employment. For Human Edge, they are reliable, we contacted them based on recommendation and they are doing well. This is a company that have a refund scheme if an employee spent less that agreed period in their policy book. These are other HR/Recruitment consulting firm though we are not using them.

Phillips Consulting Limited
Website: http://www.phillipsconsulting.net

Clement Ashley Consulting
E-mail: info@clementashley-consulting.com
Website: http://www.clementashley-consulting.com

PricewaterhouseCoopers
E-mail: PWC.recruitment@ng.pwc.com
http://www.pwc.com/Extweb/home.nsf/docid/1B4BD8E37AC4AB8080256DC8003994B7

Check this site for all of them. http://www.jidaw.com/nigeria/agencies.html

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by chy(f): 4:19pm On Jul 26, 2007
thanks yemi i will do that

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by she(f): 4:24pm On Jul 26, 2007
also try www.hpierson.com

They are also good recruitment consultants

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 5:37pm On Jul 26, 2007
In HR, Admin, Personnel etc as they sometimes called in different organizations, employee grievances are not ignorable as it has become daily routine of HR Practitioners. This attached PowerPoint presentation discussed briefly on employees grievances.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by LadyM1: 3:48pm On Jul 27, 2007
Hi am so happy to be part of this group. Am nt an HR yet bt on the training. I love the job so much. pls am preparing my final project and am taking up a topic on HR pls can anyone give me a title topic to write and its materials.
Am sure i will benefit so much from my senior in d field.

await ur reply.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by monshege: 1:39am On Jul 28, 2007
As a human resource personnel, you are either good at what you do or you are not. You are either a glorified leader or you are not. sometimes, we get lost in the day to day activities and forget that one of the important tools a human resource personnel needs is trust.

4 Ways to Build Trusting Relationships:
A relationship begins the first time an employee communicates with your company as an applicant. If the hiring process is performed well, a trusting relationship builds. Treat an applicant poorly; they will assume you treat employees the same way. Here are a few tips:
Be respectful and considerate – Respond promptly to candidate inquiries.
Be punctual – Don’t be late, forget, or reschedule interviews.
Be honest – Don’t oversell the position or the company.
Be clear about expectations – Communicate desired job performance objectives.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by monshege: 1:47am On Jul 28, 2007
Lady M:

Hi am so happy to be part of this group. Am nt an HR yet bt on the training. I love the job so much. please am preparing my final project and am taking up a topic on HR please can anyone give me a title topic to write and its materials.
Am sure i will benefit so much from my senior in d field.

await your reply.

Good for you. There are many topics you can pick from that relates HR;
Staffing, Training and developing HR, compensation, employee relations are all major topics on HR.
you have sub topics like employment/recruiting, payroll, worker's compensation and benefits (compensation strategies and practice), safety in the workplace, employee and labor relations, employee rights and discipline, unions and management relations. As for materials, google is always there, and you can search your local libraries for information on any topic you choose. Good luck

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by henryphyol(m): 6:56pm On Jul 28, 2007
I have over two years in sales and marketing and am really not happy because am not fulfilled. My dream is to work in HR but my experience seem to push me further away from my dream career. I have enrolled for a masters degree in Psychology which i also studied at undergraduate level. Please is there any professional course i could enrol in now before i finish my masters in about 2 years from now. Please help me.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by justme3(m): 6:09pm On Jul 29, 2007
This is truly enlightening. I m currently studying Industrial Relations & Personnel Management in a nigerian and i thought a career line in HR would be almost impossible but i know better now. Are there any professional courses in Nigeria

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by st1(m): 11:59am On Jul 30, 2007
I work for a much smaller organization and have different responsibilities as HR personnel.
Pls we need to get much closer and share our experience.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by chy(f): 1:28pm On Jul 30, 2007
You can enol for a professional course - CIPMN charatered institutue
of personnel management of Nigeria. it is located in Ikeja opposite
Alausa Secretariat Ikeja. Goodluck

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by diyobdw(f): 3:02pm On Jul 30, 2007
I also do HR on project basis
throw ya questions! let all learn

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by pplus: 10:08pm On Jul 30, 2007
Hi Guys,

People and organizations are now more aware how HR is pivotal to the strategy of establishments. I reside in Canada, and the need for HR Professionals is growing here, I can imagine Nigeria. If we can keep intresting discusions, we can learn a lot.

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by kunz: 12:18am On Jul 31, 2007
Chy, Could you kindly tell me how long it took to complete the course and the cost.my e-mail address is deryn20@yahoo.com. thank you

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yvy1(f): 12:45am On Jul 31, 2007
lawuyi:

Hi yemmight,

I read through your uploaded docs and they were great. Thanx a lot for putting them up. But i need some clarification i am in the HR function of a rather small organisation with balance sheet in the tens of millions rather than hundreds or even billions. The documents u uploaded seems like they're for a much bigger organisation than mine, do u think that's true?? What kind of company do u work in? I also want to know how u got in touch with Human Edge, did u guys make the first move or they approached u? Cos i'm considering proposing hiring an HR consultant to my boss but i'mnot sure how it works and lastly apart from Human edge who has an idea of other good recruitment consutants that won't just chop our money without producing excellent candidates.

Thanks all

www.peopleprime.net


Mobil Producing is looking for a HR specialist: www.exxonmobilafrica.com

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by dchosen1(f): 1:04pm On Jul 31, 2007
Hello pple

the Recruitment policy document was really great, does anyone have similar templates for Transfers $ Secondments and Internal communications?

pl send to recruitmentservices4u@gmail.com

Thank you

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by same410(m): 8:03pm On Jul 31, 2007
Hi all
I am very much interest in HR but have not been opportuned to work in the area. I have an advanced diploma in HRM from UNILAG. I need help. Please mail me on same410@gmail.com. I have wide experience in management of business spanning over 6 years. I am a member of a number of professional bodies including CIPM

Sam

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 1:19pm On Aug 01, 2007
Kunz

Find attached CIPM Prog and the programme

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by bum: 6:14pm On Aug 01, 2007
Hello everyone,

I need help. I have 5 years HR experience (bank) but decided to give marketing a try and am hating every minute of it. I crave to go back to HR like a child would crave for candy but there has been no opportunity. I really would be glad if I could have my HR career back.

Bum

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by views(m): 8:16am On Aug 02, 2007
This is interesting. I love HR. Am presently at the last lap of my Masters programme on HR, but my challenger is that where i work presently am not in the HR dept. As a result i cant really give my very best am thinking of approaching the HR Manager for a redeployment. Pls what do u all think. Thank

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 10:46am On Aug 02, 2007
Bum,

Get yourself abreast with current happening in present HR. Get some info @ CIPM, update urself with current HRIS. If you are Graduate/Affiliate of CIPM, fine & if u are not, get exemption to start from P1 & 2 its just less than a year. With all these I bet you will get a desired job. HR jobs are always available in both Tuesday/Thursday Guardian. One of my colleagues will say that this is our time, I mean HR specialists. Get your CV updated. I can design a CV 4 u if ur CV is not properly designed. Sometimes CVs attract HR Recruiters.

Views,

Apply for redeployment officially to HR Mgr. There is no harm in doing that. You might be lucky applying @ the right time. It could just be the time their looking for an HR person or your application may be kept in view. State your current career status. Sometimes HR consider getting someone in House before sourcing from outside.

Gud Luck all

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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by views(m): 1:26pm On Aug 02, 2007
Yemmight

Thanks for your advice, once am through with my program i'll apply for a redeployment. I shld be thru in Sept - Oct.

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