Dear Seniors,
I am working in Automobile company in HR Generalist profile.
I have around 2 yrs. of experience, now I am looking for job change.
I have faced many Interviews & many HR person asked me "Why you choose HR for your career" .
Please help me to give this question's answer.
Regards,
Fahim Khan
4th June 2008 From India, Delhi

You should say, I am a people's person. Love to interact, am empathetic towards employees. Have a liking to serve, :) a Go-getter, fun loving attitude. These are some of the atributes which make a good HR person.
4th June 2008 From India, Thana
.......and, if nothing else works, simply say:"HR is my passion!"
Ha! Ha! It worked for me:the point is not to flounder in your answer; and besides, if you already have 2 years of experience as an HR Generalist, I don't see if any employer of repute would be asking you such a question at this stage in your career.......this is something which a fresher is asked when he is being interviwed for a Trainee or executive post.
Cheers!
Brandon
4th June 2008 From India, Calcutta
hiam working on a project of studyin the recruitment procedure in tata teleservices also benchmarking it with other organisations. Please guide me hw do i go abt it also if u cud hlp me wth some material on the same.Awaitin ur replySwati
5th June 2008 From India, Mumbai
Sir,Presently, I am working as a Centre Manager with One of the leading Education Training & Services Limited organisation. Apart from administrative responsibilities, I teach quantitative
aptitude to MBA aspirants.I'm an engineering graduate passed out in 2008.I've cleared written exam of TISS HRM&LR.My interview is in Mid March.Pl help me for Why HR as a viable career for me?What should I say for this question.It will be great help to me.Thanks a lot.
14th February 2010 From India, Ahmadabad
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