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Those in field of managing careers have a very important role to play. In fact, it is one wherein, careers can be made or ruined. Usually, HR managers shift gears towards finding jobs in career management. These jobs pay well, as companies are always on the look out for professionals who can manage the career of their employees, so that they remain in the organization longer.

Almost everyone works for a good pay packet, as the number one criteria for opting for a job, thus a career manager also doubles up as a salary and wage and analyst. Thus, a critical responsibility of every good manager is to talk with as many people as possible, who occupy and perform the duties of the careers being evaluated. This cannot be done at the desk, but on the shop floor, the engineering laboratory, at the office, or wherever else the job in question is being done.

Job descriptions, which are the written products of the career manager's job evaluation process, should clearly and concisely describe the duties and responsibilities of each of the jobs in question. Whether the job is an hourly wage, salaried, blue-collar, or white collared job, does not change the process of analyzing the job.

In fact, the career manager can prepare a clear, accurate and comprehensive job description by knowing the duties of the job thoroughly, and to then skillfully and carefully describe those duties and responsibilities as they actually exist; not what one might suppose or assume them to be.

In order to completely understand and be familiar with the duties of the career under study, the manager can consider the following steps:

Move into the field of the career being profiled and meet professionals from various industries.

Make all necessary notes when interacting with professionals of the career being studied.

Observe how people work in this particular profession being profiled, along with the hierarchy of growth in the varied industries.

Compile all findings and prepare a detailed report, with statistics and expectations. Also set out goals and objectives in the profession.

You can learn some good communication skills by joining any personality development institution or go for stress management courses as it is gaining importance today in most companies especially the IT companies .


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