Hr Head With Pmi
Since you are into different dept, learn maximum. This is not the stage to see for salary, just learn learn maximum and get relevant exposure. If you perform well, then the management itself will place you where you want. Show your talent, prove then ask what is applicable to you. Dont try for jobchange.
11th June 2010 From India, Madras
This is the best time for you to learn and upgrade your skillset.You have already covered Recruitment,SAP-Hr functional module on PA and now you got offer in Core HR.In long run this fetches you good score compared to other CV's.You will have good knowledge related to overall HR Activities.If they do not give you any work,dont sit idle.Explore the information and work accordingly.Cite HR is a real time big tutor for you.If you are stuck up anywhere,all of us can help you.Kindly treat this as a learning opportunity and go ahead.All the best !!!
11th June 2010 From India, Visakhapatnam
I don't understand why people give original certificates to the employer, you will get one or the other job just if you keep some patience i guarantee it.
Just approach to your boss & sort out the things, if not then find some good job which is worth to work in core hr. you are having no option left to get the certificates by paying them or there is any other option.
Henceforth don't submit your original certificates to anybody.
12th June 2010 From India, Gurgaon
1. Are you financially capable to pay 40K ?
2. How much time passed on after entering into bond ?
3. As you are fresher have you got insight of all processes of HR Dept ?
4. How much time tentatively required to get the new job suitable to your expectation as well as your capability to deliver result ?
5. Do you have to discharge any other responsibility of your family ?
In case you are unable to pay..then negotiate with boss of purposeful cheating with you by not giving core hr activity. If the time proposed time + time consumed in the present crosses near an year then better to wait for another year.
Find out the above answer and get suitable way..
12th June 2010
2ndly, 7k is low pay for a recruiter.
and for being a recruiter, one need not be an MBA
upgrade your skillsets eg Psychometric testing/ behavioural interviewing/ ability tests + sector specific knowledge to get a better job.
next build a strong network- offline & online and team handling skills..
alternatively polish skills of payroll or labour laws and move into IR.
12th June 2010 From India, Delhi
I have done my MBA in HR & Mktg.from IP University in 2009.
Currently I'm working as an HR consultant with a four months experience in a small consultancy earning only Rs.5Kpm. And my communication skills in English is not very good.
Now, my query is that, few days back I received an appointment letter for permanent job offer in Govt. office, as an LDC(Lower division clerk) with a pay scale of 5200-20000.
Now my dillema is that whether I go for this offer or continue my career in HR field only, where I find very uncertainities regarding to my background. As I don't have very good communication skills & also I'm also not a passout student of a premier B-Schools.
Please give me some expert advice regarding to this matter.
Waiting for your replies!
14th June 2010 From India, Delhi
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15th June 2010 From United States, Milpitas