Getbhavesh
Hr Executive
Maheshb79hr
Human Resource
BHAVAN
Hr Manager
+5 Others

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halo seniors,
I am an HR professional looking for a job. Citehr has always been a very good resource for every hr related issues. I am appearing for few campus interviews these dayz..i want to know from all the esteemed recruiters and seniors sitting out there as to what is dat u actually look for in an HR professional in order to give him/her d job.
please provide me with the list of topics related to hr which shud be known before sitting for an interview.it will be a gr8 help !!!
thanks and regards.

From India, New Delhi
please frds and seniors, 9 views but still no reply...i am eagerly waiting for your responses..please help!
From India, New Delhi
He or She should be a
1. Good listener
2. Concise
3. Presentiment
4. Self Proficient
5. Selective
6. Enthusiastic
7. Level of Attitude
8. Cooperativeness
9. Productive methodology
10. Groomed
etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc ...... :)

From India, Bangalore
khushboo is right ,seniors should give some guidelines as asked by her ,that will help to many people giving interviews.
From India, Delhi
Hi khushbu...
Unfortunately, people come with a lot of baggage and will give u gyan. What everyone forgets to mention is that "Be Yourself." It helps more than aything else. Also, don't hesitate to say, "I don't know the answer to this question. But I am a quick learner and if given a chance I will make sure I won't dissapoint you." And SAY IT LIKE YOU MEAN IT!
You will be surprised, but Honesty works more than anything else.
Have a nice day.
Bhavesh Agrawal
Founder & CEO
SenseHR

From India, Mumbai
Dear Khushboo,
I would say the following for you:
1,Be knowledgeable about the statutory and regulatory norms that apply to the state (etc Factories act, Companies act etc)
2. Be Transparent always to discuss about your strengths and weaknesses, when asked and also an action plan to convert your weaknesses to strengths. You have to Honestly list out your strengths and weaknesses like (God in presentation, Interpersonnel skills etc and weak in speaking english, stage fear etc)
3. Always have a vision in yourlife as to what you have tobecome in future and how to achieve the same.
All the best

From India, Bangalore
dear khushbu,
Im also looking for a job in hr and going through interviews now these days. what my seniors have told me that for an interview we should be well prepared for the questions like ..weaknesses?, strengths?,and how we are going to benefit the organization with our skills? etc.other then this we must have knowledge of all the topics covered under the course of MBA HR.like pf,gratuity,acts,performance appraisals etc.
take care and best of luck

From India, Rabupura
We as recruiter look for the suitability of the candidate. We have defined job description and we see whether the candidate has the required competency. So before appearing for the interview, even at the time of applying, evaluate yourself whether you will fit the advertisement given by the recruiter. Nowadays, recruiter are releasing detailed job description so that you can decide whether you have the required competencies for the job required. One more aspect is in which industry you gained exposure. i.e, service, manufacturing, retail, IT, education etc., Many organisation looks for candidate from the same industry. Again HR, nowadays you have HR Generalist, Training, Performance Management etc., Where you are strong? A lot self analysis and evaluation makes you to select the organisation in which you stand a good chance to get success in the interview. This self analysis will make you more confident and you can identify your strength and areas where you need to improve.

A lengthy input. But feel more relevant for any HR professional.

Regards

Bhavan

From India, Bangalore
Hi Khusboo,
i m also preparing for interviews so qu8estions expected would be -why u hv chosen HR?What is HR? What is recruitment?what is the difference between training n development? recent trends in HR? how wl u achieve ur goal in life? aslo be prepared with statutory compliances,pay roll,and fav topic of urs in HR. b confident & presentable.Gud Luck
Regds,
Sara

From India, Mumbai
Hi Khushboo
In order to get a job as HR, basically the company and recruiter look for
1) Qualification
2) Experience
3) Subject Knowledge
4) Communication & Presentation skills
5) How well u could perform at the time of interview
Khushboo If u r seriously looking for a Job in HR if u r a fresher then if u r good at Communication then u can enter as HR recruiter alongwith that if u learn core activities then it would be better for your future prospects.
Prepare for the interview from the interviewer point of view.
Be positive, Be confident definitely u would get a good job. All the best
Regards
Sharma

From India, Hyderabad
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