Suggest any course after Completing MBA in HR ?

Added: Apr 23, 2018 UTC
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My friend is pursuing MBA in HR and after completing her MBA , she want to do one more course in HR which increase the importance in HR field, can you please suggest me any course related to HR. 

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Kate  Berry
Kate Berry 3 days ago

I will suggest that you must go for the English Grammatical course, it will help you improve your reading writing listening and learning. It is really important in your daily to pursue a good job and your career. In a majority of places, the medium of conversation is almost English. You can get the best services of business assignment writers UK that is helpful for students and professionals. 

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Vikas Bhardwaj
Vikas Bhardwaj Apr 23, 2018 UTC
It depends on various things. Like, she wants to focus on one specific area in HR or get involved in number of areas? Which area do you want to focus on? If you are interested in Industrial Relations, then a PG in Industrial Relations or degree in Law or further study in similar field may be helpful. If Training & Development is your line of interest, consider PG in Training & Development or related field may be helpful. Recruitment & Selection doesn't require any extra degree or diploma at all. Consider various HR fields and decide which you want to specialize in. Some related study areas are Psychology, Social Work, organization Behavior, etc. Ph.D. is higher degree for teaching, research and consulting work. After MBA (HR), no further study is actually essential for starting a career in most of the HR fields. Further studies will only improve your knowledge in particular areas. If you want to specialize in some area which demands degree, diploma, etc. in specific subject, then you should consider it. Keep in mind, practical experience is the real asset. Any further study might be little helpful, but the key to success is actually getting practical knowledge and applying it further. Our suggestion is, if possible, you should join some organization and get exposure in core HR areas while doing further studies.
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