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hi all could u plz let me know whethr an it recruiter can become an hr generalist? if yes..... plz explain to me.......
HR Generalist is into overall managment of HR Department including Joining formalities, Induction, Performance Managment, Welfare management. It is a vast area. Whereas HR recruitment is confined to only recruitment process.
So if a person is having experience in recruitment then it is bit tough to get into HR genralist profile but it is not impossible. Anything calls for knowledge. Study the things which comes under HR generalist profile and learn the basics. Try to acquire knowledge on that. Do some projects.
You can enter into any company as Trainee and then the ladder is there in front of you.
All the best.

Hi,
Once you gain Exp in Recruitment you can slowly start your initiatives in Generalist domain.
For Ex after recruitment, you can involve in joining formalities & Induction of the employee.You can start Buddy System in your organization after seeing or observing its impact.
Thanks
Pratibha

Need job in Hr generalist field
Hi all,
I am having 8 months of experince in recruitment field but i am more interested in Hr Generalist field. So kindly suggest me to get into the Generalist field, do i have to do any certification course if yes kindly advice me.
Thanks and Regards
Ranjan

Dear Rajan,
As i said earlier, do you have any idea or knowledge about Generalist areas? If No then study the things. Again studying the things will only call for theoretical knowledge, there is a lot of difference between theoretical and practical knowledge. But yes you can gain the opportunities. Work on the HR generalist areas, and apply for it. Go for any interview may it be a frsher level interview but go for it and growth will be there

Dear Bhandhavi, I have knowledge of joining formalities and induction programme. Regards Ranjan
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