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Hi All, I am looking at moving to HR - Generalist role and I do not have any experience in this field. I have close to 5 years of work exp ... 3.5 years as SAP user support Consultant (Pharma Company) and 1.3 years in HR Comp and Ben Consulting and analytics. I am MBA in HR and Marketing.
The toughest question i face at the interviews is "Why HR" and "Why HR General". No matter how much i think.. i do not have a convincing answer to this question. Can anyone please help me with.
Also, Please advise if this is the right career move.
11th April 2007 From India, Mumbai
Dear Member
The question is Why HR to HR Generalist
As per Your profile experiences in consultant firms are specific
in nature and your role is confined to certain area
where as HR Generalist role allows us to learn many

Recruitment
personal
payroll admin
statutory knowledge
Arbitrtion
handlng greviences
Men Management
organising
Appraisals and Admin many to add
we can say a generalist role and operational area is wide and we can
become all rounder
In my opinion Generalist is full pledged job
think and discuss with our HR group
Regards
Ramesh
11th April 2007 From India, Visakhapatnam
Thank you Ramesh for your response.
I do know the various fields in HR. I want to understand what are the interviewers looking for when they ask this question.
What are the skill sets that one requires to become a good HR Exec who is able to handle entire gamut of HR activities in an organization.
Also, which is the most interesting area in the field of HR and why?
Awaiting responses.
11th April 2007 From India, Mumbai
Dear Tan
Interviewers prima face for Generalist they look for
seniority of Age plus experience and Appearance ( Approx 35 yrs above)
Intra and Inter personnel sills
past experiences of industrial exposure and handlings arbitration if any
sound and proficient knowledge of personnel admin/ statutory things
Recruitment expirence
Overall they peep for any innovative nature of the candidate
Best of my knowledge one should gaze for above
thank u
Ramesh
12th April 2007 From India, Visakhapatnam
Ramesh,
I currently do not have the experience, the exposure, proficient knowledge of the HR activities. I just know that i want to move towards that field. I've always been interested in HR - Generalist role but never got such an opportunity.
Can you please guide me as to how should I go about it.
Will reading some books help??
I request other senior members to please help me.
Thanks Ramesh for your responses.
Tan
12th April 2007 From India, Mumbai
Dear Tan
Knowlege gain is bet for bright prospects
suggest you to read books on ltst trends on HR
so that can develop and command on particular areas
And write few articles with your own visualistion / thoughts
Presenting these during interviews may able lead others to
assess your capabilities
With the time span think on job alter and focus your talents
hope it meets
Regards
Ramesh
13th April 2007 From India, Visakhapatnam
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