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How would I get into the Human Resource field??

Right now I work a job I hate. I sit at a desk all day and do billing, boring. I used to work with people with mental illness. That was stressful so. I want to work with people doing human resources. I would love that. I have a little experience for supervisoring a mental health facility. I need more though all I see in the ads is you need ADP or Peoplesoft. How could I get that experience. I know I am good a scheduling and planning events.

Asked By: Kelsy - 5/17/2007
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Great! So you like working with people "Human Resources" formerly called "Personnel... More
Answered By: Jedi Master YODA - 5/17/2007
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You could take some classes at your local community college. They usually offer human resource degree programs, so you could only take the classes you needed.
Answered By: AilanisPlace.com - 5/17/2007
 
Every job has its ups and downs. You have to understand what truly is involved in Human Resources before you jump into it. You WILL be sitting at a desk and will be doing a lot of things and numbers may be part of it if you are tracking something for quality purposes. HR has many different hats such as benefits... More
Answered By: KimmieLinh - 5/17/2007
 
If you hate sitting at a desk doing billing and get stressed working with people with mental illnesses, you will not care for human resources either. Most of the job involves filing, employee problems, and keeping track of benefits. Look into a job as a recruiter. There you actually get to work with both people... More
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Answered By: Brian G - 5/17/2007
 
And you think working in HR will get you away from the mentally ill? I have news for you... More
Answered By: Mel - 5/17/2007
 
You can go for a short Diploma course in HRM which should be 6 months studying part time evenings or Saturday classes in a good college. Since you easily get bored from what you sound in your explanation above, go in the line of recruiting and that will keep you on your toes and the satisfaction you get from getting... More
Answered By: Susan R - 5/17/2007
 
Welcome to the world of Human Resources... More
Answered By: brooke z - 5/17/2007
 
This is an area that many people have trouble with. I recently did some specific research targeted toward this area, because it's such a common question--virtually everyone in HR today has dealt with it at one time, but nobody seems to have good advice other than "keep trying" and "network more." The research and other... More
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Answered By: Ben Eubanks - 4/3/2014
 
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