Because of the changes occurring in the workforce, HR managers can no longer function simply as technical specialists who perform the various HRM functions. Instead, they must concern themselves with the total scope of HRM and its role within the organization and in society as a whole. Therefore HR managers today should be professionals with respect to both their qualifications and their performance.
One of the characteristics of a profession is the development through research and experimentation of an organized body of knowledge. This knowledge is exchanged through conferences, seminars, and workshops sponsored by professional associations. The latest information in the field is communicated through the literature published by the professional associations, as well as by various nonprofit organizations and educational institutions.
Other characteristics of a profession include the establishment of a code of ethics and of certification requirements for its members.
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