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Swastik73
Human Resource And Industrial Relations
Swaraj21
Hr Professional

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Hello,

I have done my Master in Personnel Management from Pune University and I am currently working at a HR Consultancy based in Pune. I have about 1.6 years of work experience.

We are into HR Consulting and provide Human Resource solutions to several small and medium sized company’s. Though my company is really small (total strength 15 people) my job profile is hardcore HR. I am involved in everything right from recruitments to suggesting and implementing retention measures. Because the company is small and no dynamic growth is expected, I am looking out for a change. Ideally, I would like to have a HR Generalist profile. However, the profiles I am being offered are nowhere close to what I am doing at the moment. IT companies apparently have segregated all the functions of HR and once you are assigned to a particular function you will remain there for life. For some reason I am not able to get interview calls from the manufacturing sector where there may be HR Generalist openings. My goal is to get maximum exposure to all areas of HR.

Will someone please let me know the following:

1)How can I land up with a HR Generalist profile in a decent company (Eg: Tata Group)

2)Is it possible to have a generalist profile in an IT company?

Thank you.
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Dear Swaraj,
First of all please remember you donot land yourself a job in a good company but you prepare yourself to best suit their profile.
As for getting a generalist role in IT yes some medium and small size organisation do have the job since they cannot afford specialist for each function.
If you take my advise go in for a manufacturing/construction sectors which will expose you to a wide range of both HR/IR processes.
Regards,
SC
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