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Career Management

Career Management

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Published by: Gaurav Kumar on May 22, 2011
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• Occupational positions a person has had over many years • Comprises a series of work related activities that provide continuity, order and meaning to a person’s life • A career consists of the changes in values, attitudes and motivation that occur as a person grows older

Features • A career develops over time • It is the individual who ultimately must judge the success of his career • Experiencing psychological success .

Career Stages High Exploration Establish ment Mid Career Late Career Decline ec na m o r e P r f From college to work First job and being accepted The elder statesperson Will performance increase or begin to decline 35 50 60 Preparing for retirement Low 25 70 .

Career Anchors • According to Schein. attitudes. Career Anchors are distinct patterns of self-perceived talents. motives and values that guide and stabilize a person’s career after several years of real world experience and feedback .

Career Management • A process for enabling employees to better understand and develop their career skills and interests. and to use these skills and interests more effectively both within the company and after they leave the firm .

success and fulfillment .Career Development • Lifelong series of activities that contribute to a person’s career exploration establishment.

• acquires information about opportunities and choices. knowledge. interests. • identifies career-related goals • Establishes action plans to attain specific goals .Career Planning • A deliberate process through which someone becomes aware of personal skills. motivations and other characteristics.

productivity. tasks-presentAdds information about individual and future interests. and attitudes Adds individual growth orientation related to job Rating and or rewards Adds development plans and individual goal setting Matches individual and jobs based on a number of variables including employees’ career interests Training and Development Performance appraisal Recruiting and placement Matching organization's needs with qualified individuals Compensation and benefits Rewards for time.Careers Today HR Activity Human Resource Planning Traditional Focus Career Development Focus Analyzes jobs. talent and so on Adds non-job-related activities to be rewarded •Reference : IMT Managing People VSP Rao . preferences and the like to data Projects needs Uses statistical data Provides opportunities for learning Provides career path information skills. information. skills.

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