The task of an HRD is related to human resources, then a corporate HRD must understand its duties and responsibilities. You can take the PHR practice test by visiting our website. Here are the duties and responsibilities of HRD:
– Responsible for managing and developing human resources. This includes the planning, implementation and supervision of human resources and the development of quality human resources.
– Create an effective and efficient HRD system, for example by making SOP, job description, training and development system and others.
– Full responsibility in the recruitment process of employees, ranging from finding prospective employees, interviewing to selection.
– Conduct selection, promotion, transfer and demotion of employees as deemed necessary.
– Conduct coaching activities, training and activities related to the development of skills, potential, mental, skills and knowledge of employees in accordance with company standards.
– Responsible for matters related to employee absenteeism, salary calculation, bonuses and benefits.
– Creating employee employment contracts and renewing the term of the employment contract.
– Conduct disciplinary action against employees who violate company regulations or policies.
For those of you who want to apply as part of corporate HRD then there are some special requirements that you must meet. Only those with an educational background in psychology, economics and law can fill HRD jobs. In addition, to become an HRD required some special skills such as mastering and able to operate the psychological testing tool, understand the labour law and also the payroll system (payment and payroll).
Well, in addition to the special requirements that you must meet, to perform the duties of a company HRD must meet some of the following criteria:
– Have a good leadership spirit
– Have good communication skills
– Can translate corporate strategy in the form of an appropriate HR policy.
– Can manage the changes that occur in the company effectively.
– An HRD of a company must have a good business knowledge.
– An HRD must have the ability to influence and understand others.
– Have a special ability, such as can operate psychological testing tools, understand labour laws, payroll systems and others.
– Have knowledge of recruitment procedures and processes