nairroshni Started The Discussion:
Hi everyone i am planning to do MBA in HR. But oflate i have heard that HR's are not paid well(many times they are paid as low as Rs 10000 p.m.) and that there is no career growth for an HR as such. Can anyone help me by clearing my doubts and does anyone have any idea about how much a fresher (MBA - HR) is likely to get paid?
7th August 2007 From India, Calcutta

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8th August 2007 From India, Coimbatore
Dear Friend,
Greetings!
Dont see the package, If u r intrested to get into HR then put full heart in that and get educated from Good B Schools.
Salary package for HR - get last week magazine and go thro'
All the Best
Rgds,
John N
8th August 2007 From India, Madras
Hi Roshini,

It's true that HR professionals are not paid well in the beginning of the career because the HR industry in India is still young and under evolution except in the IT industry where too much of attrition has brought in the need of HR practices.

Basically HR is a support process and not a revenue generation process and therefore most companies have a tendency to invest the least in it compared to other processes. Hence the low pay factor for HR professionals.

A fresher in the beginning in a corporate set up may earn upto Rs. 7500/- month. But in HR as the experience grows you earn more and more and the best part is you get to learn all the processes and strategies of the organisation. Through people relationships you gain more contacts inside and outside the company and in short start exercising more power and authority without a higher designation as you learn the process.

So if you want to go in for HR, the passion should be primary and the money factor secondary. A fast growth monetarily is not that easy.

Regards,

Manoj
8th August 2007 From India, Bangalore
Hi,
You can go for MBA in HR from ICFAI university, through distance learning.
You have a guarantee of min CTC of 21000 pm...
At the same time u can gain some experience by working, which will help you at the timeof placements offered by ICFAI...
For further details, contact me:
Gaurav Sahu

09229252852
First step to achieve perfection is to take the right decision.
9th August 2007 From India, Madras
hI GAURAV,
If u r in hr dept then can u do a favour of filling one questionnaire for my project survey which is on recruitment?
I am attaching that
you can mail me at
thanks
meenakshi
9th August 2007 From India
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Dear Roshini,
Research had clearly round the globe
time and again have proved that
money is not a motivator
well having said that money is required to survive and
that it is a means rather than not an end in itself for survival
however to be successful in HR
it requires one necessarily need to be
through-bread individual and multi-faceted
exposure /expertise at many a times will be required
if u can accept/expect such challenges and face them confidently
then it is going to be your favourite game...
and if not please do not enter into such experiments
all the best
kriskumars
chennai
india
11th August 2007 From India, Madras
Dear Roshni,
Good to hear that you are worry about your future. I am also pursuing MBA in HR and what I found among my batch mates that they have a limited knowledge about the said field and they quote "Finance and Marketing is not everyone cup of tea".
Do you know even most of the placement agencies and TP of my institute indirectly tells me to leave HR and opt some other specialization.

But I personally feels that they dont know so much about HR and due to thier perception they quote like this.

I would like to suggest you, dont think about the salary and placement. Just listen from the core of your heart whether you like this job or not as later on you will not get the job satisfaction. I have seen so many cases where students does Engineering, hotel management and other professional courses and jumps to MBA. Whenever I enquired with them they tells they joined engineering because thier parents want to see him as an Engineering.
And few of them joined, because their best friends were joining it. and few of them thinks that MBA will give them a guranteed job.
But they forget the truth that on the interview table college never gives interview it is the candidate or student who gives the interview.

So what I would like to suggest you dont think that what other do? Rather concern about your self and think what you want to do? Listen to your HEART and respect you job.

Regards,
Sujeet
1st January 2010 From India, Jamshedpur
Hi all please guide me....i ve 2 yrs experience in financial sector..so which mba could be better.......
13th February 2013 From India, Chandigarh
hello friends i am Hiren and i have interview on 19th for post of Recruitment Sourcing Partner (Recruiter) can u tell me what kind of questions they ask for this post thanks in advance
15th February 2013 From India, Mumbai

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