Is Human Resource Management the right career for you?

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Hear from some of the foremost authoritative experts on what HR managers do and why they do it.

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I fit the profile This is it for me... and this video just made me even more sure
I’m actually graduating in HRM in 3 months, can’t wait to start my career
If you read this, I’m sure you’re wishing me all the best and I appreciate that. Wish you only positive outcomes as well 💯
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Author — Hudson

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I feel like I'm just mentally forcing myself to settle for something like this...don't get me wrong it's a good career, but my heart just isn't with this..I feel forced by family to pursue this..and I'm scared of regretting it and hating life. My heart is doing heroic careers like the military or police officers..I want my life to have special meaning to it apart from the average.

Author — John Doe

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I worked in HR it was a good run But There is one important thing I would say: HR differs from business to another. The best place to work in HR is where the people are the product !

Author — San Fran

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Falling in love with my career, thanks. Such a helpful department.

Author — sugarcottons

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I've been rejected from jobs, I've been humiliated because of my cv for being weak enough to fit in the jobs I've been hunting. i didn't had opportunities to show myself That's my primary reason to study HR.

Author — Poco Blue

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HR is extremely difficult to get into without experience. No one will give you the opportunity to build it unless you have close connections. A profession that relies highly on nepotism, favoritism and cronyism. An employer could care less what college degree you have if you don't have some sort of experience in the field. The whole hiring system is broken not to mention ATS rejects 80% of qualified candidates. They teach you in HR about equity and hiring based on the ability to complete the essential tasks and responsibilities of the job. They say you must meet the minimal requirements (KSA'S) to be considered. This is false. You must exceed the recommended requirements and all those below that one individual who fits that description will be disqualified. I've been on interviews where I was asked by HR managers my age, if I'm married or if I have children. A big no no and have violated eeo laws in doing so. Many so-called HR professionals hold irrelevant degrees in the field and lack the strong theory in HR to become true professionals. I'm always overlooked and rejected from every HR job I apply to because everything is done through an electronic system and your resume must be 110% match for it to even be glanced at momentarily. Btw, I hold an AS in business, BA in Management with an emphasis in HRM and a Masters in HRM with a specialization in Organizational Leadership. I Graduated with a 3.7 GPA in my Major and 3.5 GPA overall with an Honors on my Thesis all so I can be overlooked for some idiot with no experience, a degree in sociology and a hookup from his friend Bob.

Author — 2dble fistn

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Thank you for this insightful video.This video has helped me a great deal with regards to my personal statement for University. It's wonderful when people that have the knowledge share the knowledge 👍.Thanks

Author — Raya Raya

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thank you for the video! Nicely put together! Made me happy I Chose this career path

Author — Dorian Cozart

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This is so so useful....thank you for sharing this 🤓

Author — Harpreet Saini

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Could not agree more. EVERY ISSUE IS A PEOPLE ISSUE. Love that line! Thank you for creating such great content.

Author — Josée LP (JLP)

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Very precise in understanding it. Thank you for sharing the informative video related to HR. Great Job.

Author — kirthi bonal

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Fantastic video, wonderful explanations. Very helpful at getting my head around HR as a possible career option!

Author — Elissa A

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Wow. I am an 18 year old freshman in college right now and have yet to finalize a major and this video really helped me out. Two things that I have been interested in are both Human Resources management or social work. This video really helped me decide! Thank you

Author — Irma Solis-Nieto

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If you get a chance, check out a piece titled The Hatchet Man's Playbook. It offers a LOT of highly unusual insights into the HR game. Can't recommend it highly enough.

Author — Marshal Haynes

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I don't know you but I love you for making this video. It was enlightening! Motivating! Engaging! Thank you muchh!

Author — Francesca Plowright

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I've began building experience in HR as an intern last year and never thought I'd consider it to be a career for me until my internship ended and I began reflecting on how much I was passionate about what I was doing. I didn't receive any formal training and was learning as I went, but now I'd like to get in-depth knowledge so that I can progress into an HR professional. What's motivating me more was when I took the Myers-Briggs Personality test and found out that I am an INFP and HR was in my career matches. It's making me feel more confident about pursuing success in this industry. I feel as though the best of my personality traits can contribute greatly to the HR of business. Thanks for the great video!

Author — Tisha Camira

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Thank you for uploading this video I have a HR interview next week and this gave me a few pointers!

Author — Lady Glow Official

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im havaing my first yaear in HR studying, dont yet confirmed that its something to me, but this video helped me to think more about my career seriously. The issue to me is idk that i am good between other peoples like really smart guy but i hope that this study will make me more relative and useful to HR field. thanks

Author — Roman Abbasi

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I just passed my plus two and i want to be a HR.. For that, am going to choose BBA and then to MBA. Is that a good way to achieve? Please give me suggestions..

Author — Nithya Chandran

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Fantastic video. I've been in church ministry for 15 years and I'm considering going back to school for HRM. There seems to be a lot of the same skills between pastoral ministry and OB and HRM. This was very helpful.

Author — Christian Salzillo