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market is plummeting , that is quit evedence , that effect on every section of group , jobis one of them . recent deluge retrenchem in jet airways narate the whole episode clearly. when market was on 21 k then on that time the biggest challage og HR was hire n retain the best competent but the current position of economy has given some reliief to HR dept in the form low attrition .
From India, Muzaffarpur
I do agree that there is slow down in HR jobs. If any of the memebrs from this group who are freshers and if they are looking out the jobs in HR Filed - specially with HR Consultant then we are having multiple vacancies in our office at Mumbai do contact us on 98210 14796 to fix time for your personal interivew. We are base from Mumbai
From India, Mumbai
The HR Dept ais generally very small compare to other depts in any organization. For ex a mid sized organization will have only 3 - 4 HR persons to handle all the work. So number of jobs in HR Area is already very less comparatively other jobs like Software Professionals etc.
Moreover whenever any vacancy arises, it generally gets filled by employee referrals or head hunting. Organizations also prefer this as they don't have to invest much time in searching profiles.
You must have noticed that normally HR Guys don't get calls for interview even putting their profiles on all job portals. In finding HR jobs, reference come on the top. So keep communicating with all and expand your network.

From India, Delhi
Dear Jameel,
On the contrary, there has probably been no better time to be in HR in India than today, despite the claims of recession. I think this slowdown is an opportunity for HR professionals to really look at realigning their strategies. Agreed, freshers may find it tough for a while, but then this is not just about HR - freshers in all fields will have it a little tough for a bit, so just hang on!
Fro your reference, I have attached here an interesting article by Arthur Carmazzi on how we can bring out the best in people during these times. This article has been taken from The Human Factor, India's first HR magazine.

From India, Ahmadabad

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