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HRA in retail
If someone has the natural tendency of managing people, handling the most difficult work with a smile in his face, keeping cool even when the disaster is around the corner, he/she can be well fitted in the shoes of an HRA in retail. As the job of an HRA is to increase productivity and morale, reduce job turnover and create highly specialised workers, employers more and more look up to human resource experts to help create a workplace environment that will mutually benefit the employer and employee alike. Accordingly, human resource advisors search and select employees based on their skills, develop training programs for honing those skills, and communicate with employees to improve working conditions and job satisfaction. Good human resources stand for happy, well trained workers who create healthy and profitable organisations.