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HR Act

06, Feb 2013

The institute of human resource management has nine months to put in place structures that regulate human resource practice in the country.This comes after president Mwai Kibaki assent of the human resource management profession bill into law, enforcing the strict management of the profession.Human resource departments are key to any company growth with recruitment, administration and remuneration part of the tenates that must be governed strictly to sustain overall efficiency in the work place.Under the new law the institute is charged with training, regulating and certifying hr practioners, to ensure set standards are met across the country.The new law seeks to improve the quality of service rendered by hr professionals and protect clients from incompetent and unqualified persons.