A well developed company usually have many employees

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A well-developed company usually have many employees scattered in various departments of the organisation. As a newly appointed HR trainee, Jane Cambridge should understand the mentality of these employees and their issues to deal with them. As she does not have professional experience, she can take guidance from senior staffs of the organisation (Albrecht et al. 2015). However, she must have sufficient theoretical knowledge about professional behaviour, skills and knowledge to handle the employees. Knowledge needed: To become a HR professional, Jane Cambridge should be a graduate in Business Administration, or she can have a higher qualification such as MBA or post-graduate degree. She should have good knowledge related to HR policies and various legal affairs such as safety rules and employment laws. She should have a good interest in learning new concepts from others, which is CPD (Continuous Professional Development). The HR officers should have proficiency in handling company databases. It means, the newly appointed trainee should have relevant knowledge to handle the professional and personal data of the employees. The most important factor is the HR trainee should understand the requirements of the company to search new candidates for appropriate job role (Ellinger and Ellinger, 2014). She should able to prepare interview questions to filter appropriate candidates from a large group of applicants In addition, all the HR professionals including the trainees should understand the importance of HPW to develop effective training programs. Skills Required: 4
DEVELOPING INDIVIDUALS TEAMS AND ORGANISATIONS A Human Resource officer should have excellent communication skills to engage with the employees. Otherwise, they might not be able to understand the issues of the employees. It includes both oral and written skills. The HR officer should able to motivate the employees. It can be done through communication or with compensation policies. The trainee should have strong analytic skills to understand the problems and make effective decisions. Apart from this, critical thinking is also necessary (Bengtsson and Carlson, 2015). Further, the HR must have strong convincing power so that they can negotiate with the employees. It can be applied to handle complex situations Expected Conduct: A HR must be polite and diplomatic. Especially, in the case of newly joined trainees they should follow assertive behaviour. They must not react in complex situations as it can create conflict with the employees. HR As an employee of a large organization, the HR should be responsible enough to manage the employees. The HR officials should be proactive and flexible so that that they adjust their schedule as per requirements of the company.

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