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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by deezzle(m): 1:34pm On Aug 02, 2007
Hello people
HAve u guys ever heard of a HRM solution called HumanManager?
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by deezzle(m): 1:45pm On Aug 02, 2007
diyobdw:

I also do HR on project basis
throw ya questions! let all learn
Can you please help with points on this question? it is actually my Project topic as am presently studying fpor MSc Management in the UK.

gender in management:the relation between breaking glass ceiling fairness pay and job satisfaction

cheers



http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/school-of-management/area-for-student-surveys/modupe-odusami/Survey
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by bum: 5:12pm On Aug 02, 2007
Yemiight

Thanks. I don't mind you helping me update my cv. How do I get in touch with you?

Bum
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by meta4(m): 4:58am On Aug 03, 2007
thanks for the insight. i look forward to having a change of course to go into human resource since i have come to know that i have a flir for managing human. i'll like to have a guide i don't mind from anybody and avenue to meet my goals. mentors will be highly regarded. thanks you can reach me on 08032022034 or odohij@mtnnigeria.net
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by boladonas(m): 10:50pm On Aug 03, 2007
I have been in HR for about 10 years.

@deezle

It depends on the approach you want to use on your topic

Chapter 1: Introduction and Background
Chapter 2: Literature Review on Gender Pay Disparity and Job Satisfaction
Chapter 3: Methodologies- A questionnaire based survey or Case Study is advocated
Chapter 4: Analysis of Survey Results
Chapter 5: Inferences, Conclusions and Recommendations
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by deezzle(m): 8:01am On Aug 06, 2007
boladonas:

I have been in HR for about 10 years.

@deezle

It depends on the approach you want to use on your topic

Chapter 1: Introduction and Background
Chapter 2: Literature Review on Gender Pay Disparity and Job Satisfaction
Chapter 3: Methodologies- A questionnaire based survey or Case Study is advocated
Chapter 4: Analysis of Survey Results
Chapter 5: Inferences, Conclusions and Recommendations

thanks a lot. i have my questionnaires already. u can help me look thru and tell me wat u think. my e-mail is dupesami@yahoo.co.uk
this is the URL for the questionnaire: http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/school-of-management/area-for-student-surveys/modupe-odusami/Survey


thanks
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 12:14pm On Aug 06, 2007
Bum,

You can forward ur current CV to my e mail box @ yemmylove3@hotmail.com, o_olayemi@yahoo.co.uk

Please inform me when u have done that.
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 12:30pm On Aug 06, 2007
Deezle

HUMgr software to my understading is HRIS developed by SystemSpec to handle Payroll, PMS, Deductions, Payslips, Leave Allowance Payments & others.
I attented the training in 2004 and it has offered me severally. The good thing about HumanManager is u in HR can effectively handle payroll, Bank transaction, loans and all that. However, if Deezle is talking about other software that is not this, pls anyone in the house to share more light.
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by deezzle(m): 2:29pm On Aug 06, 2007
Should i send my CV too? I think i will need some help.
Thanks.
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 6:53pm On Aug 06, 2007
My fellow HR Nairalander,

I assumed you have seen this vacancy 4 HR Position. This is supposed to be in job section but I consider posting it here first.

Human resources advisor at MTN
Posted in: Admin/HR jobs in Nigeria, Telecom/IT Jobs Nigeria

MTN is recruiting a HR Advisor to handle the following responsibilities:

Assist the line in recruiting, placing and settling staff; Process human resources administration within division; Advise the line in building people capacity and performance; Assist line managers in building & maintaining employee relations; Facilitate and guide various stakeholders on corrective actions, grievances, conflict and disciplinary procedures; Assist in the implementation of HR projects and solutions.

You must possess a relevant degree in Behavioral Sciences or equivalent and two years experience in multinational operating environment in an HR Generalist role.

Deadline is 15 August 2007. To get more details and apply, click here.
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 6:54pm On Aug 06, 2007
Please go to www.careersnigeria.com to apply.
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by larafad: 7:31pm On Aug 06, 2007
Hello guys, i m an HR professional pls can any body give me an info on competence model for compnies
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 10:22am On Aug 07, 2007
larafad,

Please find attached competence model for HR I have previosly read may be it may be of use.

Re: Human Resource Professionals: by Breed(m): 3:43pm On Aug 08, 2007
Could some one pls. help with a sample HR organisation chart for a medium to large company. Thanks.
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by recruiter1: 4:19pm On Aug 08, 2007
Good Day to the People "People"

I'm not a pure HR professional working in the HR dept of a company but i'm a recruiter with LGR Consulting (nobody has mentioned us yet in this thread), a recruitment and People development company. My hat is off to you guys that take care of all aspects of the HR process and to the guys that are keeping this thread going. I especially want to commend yemmight, my brother those that help others find their way will never be lost themselves.

I've been following some of the posts on the thread and just thought it would be time to stand up and be counted, so if anyone needs information or perspective from a recruiter, just say the word.

best wishes wink

RECRUITER[/color][color=#990000]ONE
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 6:53pm On Aug 08, 2007
Breed,

please find attched an organogram for HR. You can always adjust position to suite what your company runs. But should you have any comment, do not hesitate to post it here

Regards.

Re: Human Resource Professionals: by edeone(m): 7:40am On Aug 09, 2007
yemmight:

Bum,

Get yourself abreast with current happening in present HR.  Get some info @ CIPM, update yourself 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 for you if your 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








Please can u tell when the new seasons starts at CIPM so i can make plans to join and hope lecturs are on weekends so i can have time for wrk too,and will appreciate if u can help with my CV too
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 8:52am On Aug 09, 2007
edeone,

CIPM exams is twice a year. U will find in the attached the details. You can forward your current CV to my e:mail add yemmylove3@hotmail.com.

Re: Human Resource Professionals: by Breed(m): 9:12am On Aug 09, 2007
yemmight:

Breed,

please find attched an organogram for HR. You can always adjust position to suite what your company runs. But should you have any comment, do not hesitate to post it here

Regards.

Thanks Yemmight.

Guys, I have attached something here that we might find interesting.

larafad:

Hello guys, i m an HR professional please can any body give me an info on competence model for compnies


More on Competency

Re: Human Resource Professionals: by chy(f): 2:55pm On Aug 09, 2007
yemmy

Please can you send me a copy of a detailed and current Cv so i can update
mine

thanks
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by otipratt(m): 8:56pm On Aug 09, 2007
People,
I really appreciate this forum. I have chosen Human resources as my careeer path. I am presently a student member of CIPM and i work with a consulting firm in ikoyi.di
There an area of human resources i'm exploring and it's

"leadership and managing diversity".

what do u guys think about it?
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by Lady M: 2:20pm On Aug 13, 2007
Hi everyone,

pls i need an advice, am planning to do my master in HRM bt am looking out Lagos Business School, wat do u think?
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 6:43pm On Aug 13, 2007
Lady M,

If you can afford LBS, please go ahead because u get sound education, faster duration period, and most recognized & highly favoured by most employers.

All the best.
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 5:44pm On Aug 14, 2007
Pls. if you know anyone who meets the underlisted requirements such person should forward the CV to yemmylove3@hotmail.com, o_olayemi@yahoo.co.uk, sspjobs@yahoo.com. It is not an agent thing. This is where I work and I need to fill the positions urgently.

Position: Graphic Artists/Designersn (3 Nos)
Requirement

• Minimum of 2 years post NYSC experience in Design.
• HND/B.A (Hons) Fine/Applied Arts
• Ability to create high quality designs under short deadlines
• Ability to think & develop creative solutions.
• Strong sense of current design, typography, colour theory & layout.
• Knowledge of design techniques, tools
• Fast learner
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by Lady M: 6:42pm On Aug 14, 2007
Tnx dear, LBS is on d high side, 2m, hw i wish they operate part-term i guess it shld be a less, 2m for two yrs God, dat a big money. What are their requiremnt pls, do u knw?
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by oluyele(f): 11:13am On Aug 17, 2007
[b]Hi everyone smiley. My name is Oluyele and i worked for a Consulting firm for a while but had to go back to school.

I now work for an educational management firm but my heart is in HR. it is a very challenging work because Hr professionals have to meet the basic organisational needs of the firm and the employees and they are not expected to feel or get burnt out or have desires or have bad days and the like.

i would like to have people who are willing to discuss the issues affecting the onflow many people to the HR field these days and also the problems that plaque the Hr professionals in Naija.

I would also like to make real good friendship while i am here too.

Thank you all and have a great weekend!!
Oluyele. smiley
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by eezedaii: 3:52pm On Aug 21, 2007
Hi, I just joined the HR field and I would really want to build a career in it. I appreciate this forum that allows HR professionals to discuss. Please, I would like to updated on information and news in the HR world. I would also like to have like a mentor that will guide me and give me tips on how to climb the HR Corporate ladder. It's something I have a passion for.

Thanks for this forum.

Yemmy, please I would like to have a format of the CV you spoke about. cheesy
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 6:58pm On Aug 21, 2007
TNA,

There is something we call TNA in HR, it helps in developing employees to greater heights, please find attached little note on TNA.

Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 7:23pm On Aug 21, 2007
One keen issue in HR is Induction. I was discussing induction with my company when I joined newly and nobody seems to appreciate what it is. This was introduced and even those that have been in the system realized what they missed.
Staff induction activities are designed to provide new-starters with the information they need, as well as getting them up to speed on how the organization works.
Induction processes are vital to ensuring that new staff are productive as quickly as possible, and should play a key role in knowledge management initiatives.

Please find attached an induction presentation you may find useful.

Best wishes.

Re: Human Resource Professionals: by Lady M: 9:26pm On Aug 21, 2007
Yummy, u re too much. Yummy pls i dnt knw if LBS av a part-term Program in Masters?
Re: Human Resource Professionals: by AIRecruit(m): 6:44am On Aug 22, 2007
Hello,

I must say this is a most interesting forum. Beautiful people up in here, real and practical discussions as well result oriented.

Please keep up this good work.

I am presently into Recuitment/ HR amongst other services although relatively new in the HR field as well as in the employ of a small firm, I am optimistic that I'll gain even more knowledge from this forum that could be impacted into our firm.

Yemmight, keep up the good work as you've got great insight. I also commend everyone in here for the numerous contribution.


Need I say, HR. is. the. future .and .it . is. Here!


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Re: Human Resource Professionals: by yemmight(m): 9:18am On Aug 22, 2007
Lady M,

What LBS are doing is only MBA except other executive training programmes. You can visit www.lbs.edu.ng for more info.

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