CAREER OPTIONS AFTER PGDM – HR
Although, every manager should be a HR as well - since managing people is the most essential & the most challenging task for a manager to do. But following are some of the career options for a MBA in Human Resources:
HR Generalist : HR Generalist manages day to day operations of Human Resource Office. Unlike HR Specialist, HR Generalist is responsible for various functions such as employee relations, Training & Development, benefits administration, grievance handling, compensation & organisation development.
HR Specialist: HR specialist are specialist in one of the HR functions – Recruitment, Training & Development, Compensation, Total Rewards, Employee & Labour Relations, Risk Management. Thus, HR specialists are required to have in depth skills in one of the HR functions.
HR Consultant: HR Consultants works to ensure that the company is effectively using its human capital to achieve its set goals. They also make sure that the workforce is working at a high level of productivity & effectiveness. HR consultants can be internal or external to the organisation. While an internal HR Consultant will know more insights of the company & keep the information confidential, an external HR Consultant will have an unbiased third party view to the situation & will bring the expertise from across the industry.
As an Integral Part of the curriculum at Lloyd Business School Summer Internships allow students to link theoretical knowledge that they gain through classroom teaching to practical processes utilized by various Industries and Sectors.
During the Internships, students are placed in organizations for a period of about 8-10 weeks, after the third trimester, on a specific HR assignment. Students are placed for Summer Internship at various Industrial sectors comprising of different companies ranging from FMCG, Automobile, Retailing, Financial to top corporate.
Training &Placement Cell at LLOYD collaborates with the reputed organizations across industries towards arranging campus interviews for the final year students. The Cell operates round the year to facilitate connections between companies and the students.
Campus recruitment drives are undertaken by inviting companies from the private sectors to place the Institute's students at entry level positions.