Hr Practitioner

2049 Words Feb 7th, 2012 9 Pages
Within the field of HR, practitioners operate at several different levels, tasks and responsibilities varying according to their level and status. For example people in senior roles such as – HR managers will be involved in departmental management corporate strategy and HR policy formulation. Those in the middle ranks may specialise in a particular field and have sectional responsibility. The lower levels such as HR officers and administrators carry out operational level tasks such as administrative activities.
To be an effective HR practitioner you need to posses particular skills have underpinning knowledge and posses certain behaviours.
The activities within these roles are wide & varied. Producing and maintaining secure and
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The behaviours are as follows; * Curious shows an active interest in the internal & external environment & in continuous development and improvement of self and others around them. Open minded attitude with a willingness to learn & enquire. * Decisive thinker needs the ability to analyse & understand data & information quickly. Is able to extract the information and use any judgement wisely to identify options & make robust & defendable decisions. * Skilled influencer shows the ability to influence across a complex environment to gain necessary commitment & support from a wide range of diverse stakeholders in pursuit of organisation benefit. * Driven to deliver the need to be able to take account for delivery of results both personally and/or with others. Also plans to prioritise & monitors performance, holding others accountable for delivery. * Collaborative works