Ronald Mackenzie
Hr Manager; Organisational Development; Trainer;
Sanjaybhatia770@gmail.com
Looking For An Opportunity In Hr Generlist
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Dear Friends, I completed graduation in 1999. Started my career as a Secretary to the CEO in 2000. The company got closed down n due to some personal commitments i had to shift to Panchagani to assist my parents in their business. In 2002 came back in Mumbai started career as Health Club receptionist with Hotel Holiday Inn. Pursued Personal training Course - Fitness Industry.. Since then was into Fitness Industry as a Fitness Trainer.



Currently pursuing DHRM from Welingkars and trying consistently to get a job into HR but I am not even selected to appear for an interview due to my last position of Fitness trainer.



I have experience of five years plus. And I can handle front office, i used to do the admin, work as well for my ex bosses...use to be ther for every job he used to give me. Be it sales calls, secretarial, front office etc..

My last salary drawn ws Rs. 10000/- plus incentives.



But i am afraid i have to start again from the salary of Rs. 5000/-



What should I do so that people start seeing beyond my last position and and that I have had an exp of Five years and I can handle certain things...I am not fresher for every job...



Your suggestion would be very much valuable to me.

From India, Mumbai
Pls dont feel so bad. I think you will definately get a good job once again, if you try seriously n i would suggest that when you go for the interview, n u should mention in your cv the strengths which you have, like you can work as secretary, admin also, n mention all the strengths in your cv. so that you could better job calls.
best wishes.

From India, Delhi
Hello
- Consider applying for entry level HR positions, such administrator, new graduate program, etc these must be seen as adding value to HR and the organisation
- Locate a HR forum or institute that you can join and therefore get your name out
- Try to locate a HR mentoring program and be involved. Generally the mentors are well connected in industry and can assist
- Consider applying for part-time or even causal HR positions that will expose you to the industry
- Lastly, don't give up but keep looking
Regards
Ron

From Netherlands
Hi, Thanks a lot... Currently pursuing DHRM. But for sure in August or as soon as my exams get over I will get in touch with you for these Batches. Thanks again.
From India, Mumbai
Dear friends,
I have been experienced in customer service operations worked with telecom sector around 12 yrs and finally worked with administration with branded icecream group in ahmedabad. Currently, working with consultant firm as senior placement . As per qualification I do have done my Advance diploma in HRM. Looking for the opportunity in ahmedabad location.

From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
Do not get discouraged about thinking about rejection and entry-level position.
First, make a CV and start applying on the job portals. here https://www.theindiajobs.com/blog/to...ites-in-india/
are the best job portals with fresh jobs. find out the list of the common questions asked in HR and prepare unique and smart answers for it. If you want to do something different then you can learn about certain latest HR software, it can be beneficial for your profile.

From India, Rajkot
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