Oct 11, 2019 - 06:00 PM
All these requirements point to the fact that in business or HR, you will be interacting regularly with people and must understand how to best communicate, meet business objectives, solve problems, and follow established processes. It's also a good idea to learn the basic technology skills that are used in those professions, such as performance management software or payroll systems.
In HR, employers often want someone who has knowledge in areas such as compensation and benefits, or how to recruit or train workers. Some of the best ways to enhance any coursework in business or HR is to find a mentor, get an internship, or attend conferences or seminars to round out your education.
Professional organizations such as the Society for Human Resource Management offer certification, education and networking opportunities, while business associations for college students include Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma and Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda.