Tushar_Bachal
Hr Manager
Parag_Jain
Human Resources
Subbuch
Wage Administration
+2 Others

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Dear Professionals,
Please share your experience, views and ideas about recent HR Trends in Indian Industries.
I hope to get lot of ideas, which all of us on the CiteHR can share.
Thanks,
Tushar Bachal

From India, Mumbai
hi, before quoting regarding experience, subject that you have learned would be very helpful, when you placed in any job. as a hr proffessional one must always have a learning attitude. it helps you to grow
From India, Visakhapatnam
A recent trend of 'Open Book Policy' is implemented in the Corporates.
Under this trend, The Vision & the policy of the Organization is exposed to the Employees, un-till this time which was under wrapped.
The employees can access the polices or other relevant information framed for the betterment of the organization. Further reading can be done from the Google search or the official website of Business Today.

From India, Mumbai
hi
i am a student and will be starting with an mba course. i am confused about what exactly is an HR job and whether i will be able to do it well. at first i was decided on Hr as my friends introduced it to me as a comfortable office job with decent hours of work and a decent pay scale. also i feel i donot have the potential to compete with the numerous engineers coming into the finance field but my family members feel i should still opt for finance, as it has a greater scope and future. pls help me. i am really confused.

From India, Gurgaon
Hello Meghna,
I am a student pursuing MBA in HR, I would like to clear your query:-
HR's Job...in almost all the sectors and industries, may it be services, it, telecom, or manufacturing, or any type of setup.
the profiles are varied from recruitment, employee relation, comp & reward management, performance development etc.
At present there are many consultancies coming up, which provide with great opportunities for fresh hr professionals.
Now about MBA in finance...these people are generally paid more, recruitted quickly, are promoted quickly (all these compared to HR prof.)...but all this comes with a hunger of number crunching, huge amount of data analysis, quiet into stocks, shares, derivatives etc.
At end I would just like to say, what ever you choose you have to live with that decision for life long..so choose carefully...choose what you can do for whole of your life.

From India
Hi Parag
Thanks a ton for your valuable advise. I think numbers is what i might not be able to master..as im essentially hard working person, not exactly brainy! Can i please also ask for another clarification...what is the kind of path one should follow..inorder to land up in a specialist HR profile and not in a generalist. i personally feel that a back offfice generalist job is not something i would be able to pull along with..so are there any kind of short courses i should pursue..like something to do with psychology or some do's and dont's at the time of taking up an employment.
Thanks
Meghna

From India, Gurgaon
Hello Meghna,
You should now focus on and complete your MBA in HR, in the programme you would get the knowledge all the HR domains and after joining industry, in the HR department...and getting experience of say 2-3 years you can go and select among various courses from World at Work, SHRM etc.
After experience you would be much clear what super specialization you need to pursue..like compensation, traning or employee relations.
Parag

From India
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Hi simmy this is Arunav doing Pgdm HR from pune
please if you can provide more HR practices.
Also I want 2 ask one thing in which Hr sub-department I can have more growth opportunity.
I will be highly obliged if you respond.

From India, Pune
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