Developing Yourself as an Effective Hr Practitioner

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Activity 1a -
The CIPD Human Resources Profession Map (HRPM) consists of two core professional areas, eight behaviours and ten professional areas.
The architecture of the professional map is structured as follows: • Professional areas - describes what needs to be done and what you need to know for each area of the HR profession at four bands of professional competence. • Behaviours – Describes the behaviours and HR professional needs to carry out specific activities. Each behaviour is described across four bands of professional competence. • Bands and Transitions – Describes the four bands of professional competence and the transition challenges faced when moving from one band to the next. The Banding begins at Level 1 and
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Activity 2.

There are many users of the HR services within an organisation. One of these users is the Line Managers. The line manager predominantly oversees the day to day running of the organisation or department, ensuring smooth running and effectiveness for the business. Another need of line manager is that the company will organize certain training session for the employees. These sessions will increase the efficiency of employees and line managers can easily supervise them. Within my organization the Line Managers could be based within the support staff sector at the Fire Service Headquarters, or alternatively based out at station. Effective communication with those out at station is therefore essential to ensure smooth and effective running of the service. The line managers could be using our services within the attendance management team, to monitor an individual’s sickness, or to ensure a safe and effective return to work for a member of their team.
Another user of the HR services would be the employees. Again, these could be ranging from our non-operational support staff, to our operational fire fighters based out at station. The employees could be using HR for a range of purposes including sickness or medical referral advice, internal applications for promotion within the service or alternatively with any pay queries they may have.
A third user
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