Good to learn that, you have a great inclination towards HR practices...
Personally I would recommend you to take up a roll in IR (Industry Relations) / Employee Relations (Manufacturing / Engg. / Oil & Gas Etc.) are such industries which would be ideal and apt. for your profile; considering you past & current interest.
I wish you all the best
K.A. Satish Kumar. T Sir, Principal Business Practitioner
Sir, I am working with a reputed Infrastructure Development Company in Pune since last 11 years. From last 3 years i am working as a "Executive Technical". Major job activites are PRe-qualification, tendering, co-ordination, arrangement for arbitration proceedings and other day to day works.
Side by side i have completed by MBA from a Deemed University for getting promotion / higher post. Now i have MBA(HR) degree but i am fresher to this filed though i have related experience. I want to switch over to the HR Field. I think in this field i have better prospects to expore by hidden abilities related to Manager level. Please guide me what is required to switch over to the HR Field and how ?
Expecting your valuable reply.
I am an Admin head - Pune region for last 5 years , my responsibility is to look after the admin as well hr dept though we don't have an seperate dept for HR. my experience in this field is very low but through the research from net & books I have started many new systems in our organisation. Our boss always wants some new things to be implemented & i m happy about doing it. Is that i need to go through some HR courses or not because sometime i do get confuse but I think in long term basis it will not be good, there should be always some changes. Suggest me what are things i need to do?
Looking into the fact that you were Chief Manager in a financial institution, working as a Corporate Lawyer with 7 years experience; and now you have acquired additional qualifications in HR and Labour Law/welfare; it would be worthwhile to pursue a career in a Financial Institution/Banks; in a suitable position in the "HR & Legal" area.
If you wish to take advantage of your previous experience (rather than start as a Fresher in HR); you will have to look for certain "niche" areas as mentioned above. From time to time, you"ll find such openings - HR & Legal - in the Financial sector. Do take advantage of such opportunities.