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Hi,
I have joined a placement consultancy firm as an HR-Recruiter on last month but I want to change it into HR-Payroll, Generalist,Admin or any other HR job as Recruitment process in placement firms are extremely stressful. I have completed BBA(H) in 2010 with 75% marks. Is it possible to change from Recruiter to Payroll job? What are the criterias for HR-Payroll job? Does HR-Recruiter has demand in Banking/FMCG Sectors.
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Hi,
Since you are still a fresher (2010 Passout), Its better to gain experience, then think about shifting to other domains.
I personally feel recruitment isn't so stressful.
There's lot to learn in recruitment.
If you get into it, you will never find difficult in it.
Put full Interest in current job, you will succeed.
Regards,
Xela.

Forget about what would be more beneficial in terms of growth....y don't you really think about what you really want to do.
Recruitment isn't boring or dull. it is a complete rollercoaster ride. it deals with one position after another. you could make a good career in this too. as far as generalist HR is concerned, that is fun too. Personally i think payroll is slightly boring but to each its own.
Think about how u want to spend your 9 to 5.... give it your best shot and see how it goes. :)

Recruitmet is core function of HR
you can take any indusrty any company you will get the all team members of sub function. and about the FMCg and banking they are having Mgn,A Mgn,Recruterts and other person in recrutment
A Sharma

Sunanya & Xela,
I agree with both you.i am also working in one of the leading staffing company from last 1 year.we can learn a lot in recruitment. but u know in staffing companies ,recruitment is really stressful .when compared to permanent staffing ,contract staffing is really stressful. If we go for corporate we can really enjoy the recruitment ,but not in consultancies.
Sarkar:my suggestion is ,get the 1 year experience in consultancy so that u know , u can gain the strong knowledge in recruitment then look for corporate. we can find so many consultancies in market .but select reputed consultancy.
All the very best.

hii...
Its soo good when I read your comments..
I too have done my MBA HR in 2009 but unfortunately I am working in the Course cordination ..simple reason was recession during my time but trust me I learnt there is always something or the other to learn in your work..
Currently I am too looking for Generalist profile ..I am also thinking of joining some organization where I can get a practical exposure to all aspects of HR during my free time..
Do let me know if I can assist anyone in mumbai..
thxxx

HI all, gtrt to see you people here its my suggetn to you you all study Labour law of HR then you can find the.. what you want A.shar,a Sr.Ex Human Resource New Delhi
Hiii,
Thanx to all for responding. The major problem is our consultancy generally recruits for Life Insurance Companies where candidates hardly want to appear for interview & even if they appear & get their joining kit, later they deny to join. Moreover its very tough to retain a candidate atleast for three months in a life insurance company. If they don't then our consultancy does not get the bill. Therefore, most of the time our labour goes in vain. But I am planning to shift to any IT Company after completing 6-7months in the current organization. I am looking for IT recruitment profile. Please suggest what are the criterias for an IT Recruiter. I have completed BBA(H) in 2010 and after that I pursued ERP/SAP 'End User Level Training' course. Will I be eligible for IT-Recruiter position.??

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