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Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners (IHRMP) has called on Parliament to pass the Human Resource (HR) Bill in order to attain the status of a charter and be recognized by law.

The bill, which has gone through all the legal processes, was submitted to Parliament before the recess and the Institute is hopeful that by the middle of 2019, it would be passed.

The President of the National Governing Council (IHRMP), Dr.  Edward Kwapong, speaking at the maiden Human Resource Mentoring Graduation Ceremony, said the bill if passed would give the Institute a legal backing and a charter status so that they are recognized by the state. 

It will also enable the institute come out with code of ethics to regulate the practice of Human Resource personnel in the country.

The law will also enable us to sanction members who misconduct themselves or do something unethical and also empower them to regulate the practice of human resource in the country and even have practitioners licensed

He added that it would  enable the institute come out with code of ethics to regulate the practice of Human Resource managers right from recruitment, through training and performance.

Irene Asare, the Human Resource and Business Services Director of Tullow Ghana Limited in an interview with Peace FM news said the role of Human Resource Managers are generally underestimated hence has charged the graduates to explore widely with the new skills they have acquired from their mentors.
Source: Akua Edufa Mintah/Peace fm

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