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hi all,
I m an mba(hr) 2009 passed out student. in college due to recession no company came for hr. outside i was getting offer only from consultancy and that too they were willing to pay 6k to 7k. so i rejected it. have i done mistake by not accepting it. i dont know how to contact company people and ask for any HR vacancy. i want to start my career with hr job. plz guide me... i am very much confused......:confused::-x:?:
6th November 2009 From India, Pune
Let me know your area preference and salary xpectation and whether you are comfortable with the post of HR executive
6th November 2009 From India, Delhi
it is obvious in any recession period companies are trying hard to cut cost. One of the indirect way of cutting cost is downsizing HR department. Though the efforts from this department wil;l have a positve impact on the Overall performance their efforts are not being able to measure interms of Numbers or any other such means.
Do not loose your heart.HR is one area where person gain real experience over the ages. Try to use your skills in People management and Industrial relations.
IR is one area where HR personel is manditory.
6th November 2009 From India, Bangalore
I would suggest not to frame your future on the guidelines of other, u must take discussion of your own.....
In my point of view - u have made a mistake not accepting the job oopurtunity ... remember something is good than noting...
Recruitment is the basic of HR , u must have read in books how to do recruit peoples , but u have not experience it.
I would suggest u to accept the oppurtunity for recruiter in future if u get it...
8th November 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
Dear Sweta!!

Hi!! I am jst one of the inactive member of this community who jst listens n downloads all necessary HR related attachments. Nywy, the reason for replying to u is because we are on the same platform.. u know! both MBA(HR) passouts,that too in the wrong time (recession).

The difference however is that I am working in a consultancy by accepting the offer and it's already past 3 months. Yup ! I guess Abhiishere is rite" remembering something is good than nothing" n moreover I am already getting some good offers...Im however waiting for a better opportunity.

I see u would be interested in IR kinda job(or infact every other HR related job) n u r willing to wait for it. Why wait? It's only a waste of time..U can choose a better option to get experienced as a HR recruiter n at the same time u can always search for your dream job. U can always have a first hand experience on a total recruitment process while at the same time developing contacts that may help u in future.

Recruitment is indeed the very basic part of HR and also a stepping stone towards other aspects of HR. To look at a position at the strategic level we must first start with the very basics,i guess.What do u think??

Remember that a world of fresher is always harder out there in comparision to experienced people. The latter would always be given preference in this competitive market unless the job is only for freshers (eg: Management trainees). So jst jumpstart ur career n first loose this tag of a "FresHer".

However as my fren abhiishere has already told " u must take decision by yourself" it's upto u to decide ur next course of action. We as community members can only express our views.

All the best for your brighter future.

P.S** b a little lenient towards salary issues,(initially of-course) till u reach at that level to demand when u have gained enough experience and skills.I know we all love bigger packages...
9th November 2009 From India, Rangpo
Dear Shweta,

My honor to send you this post after going through your concern.
Kindly read the following very carefully, it might help you.

My current employer APS technology Pvt. Ltd. is now opening it's Consultancy by the name of Advance Professional Consulting Services & we need 3 recruiters for this project to start with.
Package Offered: - 8k to 10k in hand
Joining: - Within 2-3 days
Location: - Sector-7, Dwarka, New Delhi
Interested candidates may send their CV at
*** Freshers can also apply ***
You can also contact us & come for a direct walk in at the below mentioned address & don't forget to mark HR Manager's reference on your CV.

Shilpi Kakkar
Human Res. Manager
APS Technology Pvt. Ltd.
Add: - D-471, 1st Floor, Palam Extn.,
Sector-7, Dwarka,
New Delhi-110075
Tel: - 45027330-39

The above post i have sent to all 2 days back & getting good replies on it, but still i have one seat left.
See, Prateek & Abhishek are right.
My opinion as an HR professional is ideal mind is a devil's place but very less people get the right opportunity to get real exposure of this corporate world, so you should not lose any opportunity.

Only for you my personal no. is 09873377258, if you want to know about my offer.
9th November 2009 From India, Delhi
it is good to take anything as first offer but research shows that as many as 48% of the dissatisfied employees say it was the choice of first job which has made them to end up in current profession.So, with all said and done it is not the advice at various social networking sites but personal choice and the career path which you want to travel is most important. It is not "good start is half work done , it is right start is half work done"in choosing right career.
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16th November 2009 From India, Bangalore
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