suriti
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hi everyone
new member working as HR Manager in a very small company the only person in hr department .Problem is this is my first job and comfortably completed 5 years with them working as HR but now when i shifted to Delhi i am not aware about so many things in hr as i was just doing the work of a recruiter. can any one suggest me some practical course so that i can justify my 5 year of work ex and get a good job . now when i go for interview they ask about so many things like PMS,HRIS. So i spent five years in comfort zone guide me what to do now.

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Suriti
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Anil.arora
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Syed_4u
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Hey Suriti,
I think you should take up a crash course on Advance HRM course from good consultancy based in your city.
They will surely update the required knowledge with core HR activities like Recruitment, Generalist functions (appraisal, pms etc), Payroll and other Admin/MIS activities related to HR.
So look for better option there as it may be may for 1 month with 1-2 hrs daily.
It will update your knowledge and make you confident regarding to proving your experience.
Syed

From India, Bangalore
anil.arora
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A very simple way to overcome this problem..just make a search on Google and find some books on HR and Personnel practical and Implement them..there are several Ebook on the internet and also im sending your some HR material and hope this will help you alot...if any question, any query feel free to write..
From India, Gurgaon

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Dear Suriti,
Its good that you have decided for an skill - up-gradation . Please plan it accordingly . As Anil have shared , please read the material and prepare yourself even before you enroll for the course. A course would handhold you in certain areas. You will have to work on your knowledge level. Make a list of all the skill sets and start reading and blogging/micro blogging on them. It would get your concepts clearer. Once your certification starts fine tune your learning and seek information even beyond your role through interactions with others.Ensure experiential learning. Keep asking question here in CiteHR in the area your are working and increase your knowledge level . Find yourself a mentor who will help you in getting your knowledge accurate.
Wish you all the best.
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From India, Mumbai
krishnaveniuma@gmail.com
Hi,
Iamworking in Hr Department as trainee, so i need to know what are all the register we have to mainteanin Hr, also with i have to what are all the government act we are using in PVT LTD Companies.,
With regards,
K.veni

From India, Madras

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