What are the technical and generic skills and competencies of the contemporary Human Resource Management Professional?
The first is professional capacity, a group needs HR practitioners to be knowledgeable in certain occupations or technical areas. The next is management capacity, which encompasses skills in planning capacity, executing capacity, as well as time management. Interpersonal relationship skills such as communication and timework are also needed. Attitude matters too, and includes initiative, enthusiasm, and the capability to learn. Hong also mentions that value systems such as decision making and