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Hi Friends, Can you suggest me some the Interview Questions that would be asked for HR Generalist Position ? Regards, Divya
24th September 2010 From India, Bangalore

Hey Hi Divya, As required by you, I have enclosed some question and answers for you and hope this will be benefited ...
24th September 2010 From India, Gurgaon
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Hi All, Your most welcome...as we all are here for helping out he people who need our assistance and to share our knowledge and experience and the same im doing..Take Care
24th September 2010 From India, Gurgaon
Hai friend I have four years of experience in a HR field as a AM- HR. In addition to my extensive office experience, I have strong communication, , and administrative skills.knowledge of Lab our laws,PF,ESI,Situatory legal compliances.My broad background makes me an excellent candidate for a HR position. At present i am working in a medium scale industries looking for a better change, if there is any opportunities plz guide or refer me friends... my mail id :
Please join me as friend.
25th September 2010 From India, Delhi
Dear all
I m a fresher, and persuing my mpm+pgdm from pune university...As i am getting various jobs related to HR, but most of them is of consultancy & the work profile is of HR EXECUTIVE .so i want to ask u all that Is it good to start my journy in hr with this or should i approach to some other organisation.
Regards
priyanka
25th September 2010 From India, Pune
Hello seniors my name is mukta malhotra did my mba from bvp in 1st divison regular course looking for corporate entry please suggest me some openings
25th September 2010 From India, Delhi
Hi,
It's very competitive and a little difficult to say which questions can be asked in HR to HR i/v. But I would share few questions recently asked in an i/v:-
What do you want to do in your life?
Which was your toughest time in your life?
Was there anything in your life u wanted to do and you would always regret that you did?
What is the most difficult task for an HR person in a lead role?
Why is HR required? It can be always outsourced.
Why are you here?
Hope these help you in the preparations.
All the best..
Siddharth
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26th September 2010
hello friends i have completed MBA in hr in 2010.i am fresher. i am looking for an hr profile. can anyone suggest me how much salary can i expect as a fresher. thanks nrai
26th September 2010 From India, Mumbai
this may help you
1. How will you measure the effectiveness of a training program?
2. How will you ensure that employee welfare measures are in place?
3. What are the various methods of PMS and which one would you prefer?
4. Why HR?
5. Will you go by ethics in a situation when your immediate boss asks you to break a policy for promotion?
6. How important do you think is 360o Appraisal? Which other appraisal tool would you prefer?
7. Difference between recruitment and Selection?
8. What would you like to be - a Recruiter or Training Manager and Why?
9. A Scenario Based Question An employee in your organization wants training in communications, but his boss/supervisor wants him to have technical training. Meanwhile the Manager / Head of the Department wants him to get training in meditation and yoga. How will you solve the problem in one week and restricted budget?
26th September 2010 From India, Bangalore
Thanks ANil, This would definitely help me. Could you also help me in technical questions such as Payrolling, Labour Law, PF, ESI and other questions ? Have a Good Day. Warm Regards, Divya
27th September 2010 From India, Bangalore


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