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Certification Labour in Development (CLD) Admissions 2018 - 2019 Academic Year


Do you own a large company? Do you want to hire foreign labors for your company? Then you must justify this requirement to yourself, to the company, and people outside the organization. To understand, whether hiring foreign labors is suitable, you should study this certification course on Labor in Development.

Course Name: Certification Labour in Development (CLD)
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Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
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Introduction

A company contains lots of labors. Labors are the main resources of the company. So the human resource manager has to deal with a great deal of responsibility. The same applies to the main administrative body of the company. All of them decide whether, how many, what kind of employees are required for the organization. The managers and the administrators have to decide what proportion of the jobs will be assigned to which part of the country or outside the country. When the jobs are assigned to labors from foreign countries, there comes an opposition by employees within the company. So, it becomes inevitable for the administrators to justify the cause and effect of hiring foreign labors. If the justification is unsatisfactory, then the employees may revolt within the company. This will affect the goodwill. So the administrators and HR managers must study this certification course on Labour in Development.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • Students wanting to study this course just need to complete 10+2 first. If the candidates have completed any course that is equivalent to 10+2, then that is also allowed. Students who have studied a bridge course between pre-university and school are also allowed to study this course.
  • Although it is not a stipulated requirement for this course, but it is advisable to study this course after graduation. The decision of becoming a manager of a company can only be taken when you have completed your graduation. You can understand the requirements of labors in a company in a better way, once you complete your graduation.
  • There is no restriction regarding the stream on which you should study the higher secondary or undergraduate course. Similarly, there is no restriction regarding the marks to be obtained in the aggregate of your qualifying examination.


Job Prospects

  • You will become a trainee in the HR department initially. You will learn the process of recruiting people in a company. You will have select employees by classifying and categorizing the curriculum vitae of the applicants.
  • After 8-10 years of experience you can become an HR manager. You can also choose to be a compensation manager.
  • After around 15 years of experience you can rise to directorial positions. If you become a member of the board of directors, then you will decide the number of departments and the number of employees to be recruited in each department.
  • After 15 years, you can also become a part of the foreign recruitment appraisal committee.


Certification Labour in Development (CLD) Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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