Here are some mandatory skills for HRM -
Organization :- Human Resources management requires an orderly approach. Organized files, strong time management skills and personal efficiency are key to the Human Resources function.
Multitasking :- A HR should be able to handle all the issues and needs at a time.
Discretion and Business Ethics :- Human Resources professionals are the conscience of the company, as well as the keepers of confidential information. As you serve the needs of top management, you also monitor officers’ approaches to employees to ensure proper ethics are observed. You need to be able to push back when they aren’t, to keep the firm on the straight and narrow.
Dual Focus :- HR professionals need to consider the needs of both employees and management. There are times HR must make decisions to protect the individual, and other times when you protect the organization, its culture, and values.
Employee Trust :- HR is the person whom the employee trust so the HR should balance between the management and employee and should bridge the gap between them
Fairness :- Successful HR professionals demonstrate fairness. This means that communication is clear, that peoples’ voices are heard, that laws and policies are followed, and that privacy and respect is maintained.
Dedication to Continuous Improvement :- HR professionals need to help managers coach and develop their employees. The goal is continued improvement and innovation as well as remediation. And looking to their own houses, the HR professional also uses technology and other means to continuously improve the HR function itself.
Strategic Orientation :- Forward-thinking HR professionals take a leadership role and influence management’s strategic path.
Team Orientation :- Once, companies were organized into hierarchies of workers headed by supervisors. Today, the team is king. HR managers must consequently understand team dynamics and find ways to bring disparate personalities together and make the team work.