Dear All,
Hi. I am very much confused.
Please reply to this mail.
I am looking for opportunities in HR. I am having 4 years of experience in HR handling Generalist HR profile with an IT company.
I left my job in June 2007 as i meet with an car accident & i had spine fracture. I was advised complete bed rest as i was unable to do any movements.
Now i am fit & fine and started to continue my career in HR further but i am not getting job in HR as i am having a gap of 1.5 years.
So frends i request suggestions from u all as to how can i continue my career in HR. I want to do MBA but at this moment it is impossible due to some financial crisis.
Wait for replies from u all.
Thanks & Regards,

From India, Mumbai
Hi Namita,
You can opt for correspondence course in HR (Part Time) and at the same time u can also try 4 a gud job opening,as you have mentioned that you have 4 yrs of experience earlier, y should you miss your career,My suggestion would be again if you are looking for an MNC then you need to prepare yourself full fledged + you should also have a doctor certificate which is very essential for an MNC company as u had a break of 1+ yrs.. "All the Best": :)

From India, Madras
Dear Namita,
You might wanna go for a certification course from an Authorised training institute for SAP HCM Certification.
This way you can start your new career in HCM and be a techno person. That is a highly paid job.
You can go for that. Remember, go for an authorised training institute with SAP India.
Samir K.

Hi Namita,
With 4 years of experience in HR you are sure to find a suitable opening in HR. You just have to be a little patient. The gap in your career is not of much relevence because of your genuine reason. You just need to communicate the reason for the gap to your prospective employer properly.
In the meanwhile you can pursue an MBA through a distance course to enhance your skills in the said area. Hope you have have great career ahead.

From India, Mumbai
No Organisation can reject you on the basis of gap, since you have a very genuine reason. Probably you are not trying right sources. As far as MBA is concerned, as of now go for a corespondance one year PG diploma in HR from is not too expensive as well. Look out for good consultants and be in regular touch with them. If you want i can give you the contact nos. of some really good consultants.

From India, Delhi
Register with placement consultants specifying your experience. Highlight your strengths in HR. Specialise in that area.
If you want to do MBA for a career do it full time in a reputed institution. If you want only a MBA degree certificate, do it by distance learning from any University.
All the best for a bright career.
KCS Kutty, Chennai

From India, Madras
Hello friend,
One who admit that he or she is very much confused may not get a change to work in HR field ! If you are confused as HR executive, you are bound to create utter confusion in work force. So never say that you are confused.
Take stock of you own core competence, your academic achievement and you own interest and decide which field to enter.
There is no shortage of opportunities for one who is confident of himself.
O. Abdul Hameed

From India, Coimbatore

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