Hi all,
I am working as a recruiter for last few months,Now I want to change my job. Can you suggest me should I change my field from recruiter to other HR field? Does experience of consultancy counts for that?

From India, Hyderabad

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Hi Neeru, Recruiting is one of the role in HR, you need not to change your field.. this experience can be accounted in your carrier graph. thanks shivam
From India, New Delhi
Dear Neeru,
your working experience will be more beneficial if you want to make your career into Recruitment field. if this is your initial stage for making career thn you can stay for some time.if you have any good opportunity than according to me you can switch over your recruiter job.and out of this if you don't have any opportunity thn no need to left your present job before finding a new good opportunity.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Neeru,
one more suggestion for you that to switch over very soon in more organization can create a question for your future growth.
and Shivam is saying true as i told you that this experience will be count.so no need to think that this is your wastage of time.

From India, Mumbai
Hi Shivam,
Thanks for your suggestion.But I don't want to work in consultancy.
To apply for job in MNC, will they accept this experience? Is HR generalist
or Payroll management field better in scope than recruiting ?

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Rimpi, Thanks for your valuable suggestion.But my problem is that the company is not paying salary regularly and also this is a target based job.
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Neeru,
Don't think that working as a recruiter is a waste of time, i do understand that you are demotivated because of untimely salary.
Keep working here as it is going to add up to your experience,because recruitment activity is there in any company you may join. But keep looking for better options as HR Generalist or Recruiter and switch over as in you get a good job in hand.There are lot of job openings in BPO's also of a recruiter.
All The Best
Thanks & Regards

From India, Delhi
Dear Neeru, please upload u r cv in monster and naukari,then u will get calls no worry k all d best //sunder
From India, Hyderabad
Hi Neeru,
Somebody posted this on linkedin today; maybe it could be of some help to you:
Urgently Looking for MBA HR Freshers for HR Executive Position with Excellent Communication Skills. Interested candidates can send resumes at
If you want to change your role from a recruiter, apply in some small companies first; because usually in MNCs they prefer experienced HR. Also, you will gain necessary knowledge, working culture and other corporate ways by working with a small company. Then you can always switch to MNC.
But if you want MNC only, then you could join their Recruitment Cell only since your experience is into recruitment.
To your question-Which field is better- my answer would be- it depends on your interest area and core competency.

From India, Gurgaon
Dont get demotivated by your current job. Recruitment is also a part of HR jobs. But only thing is that you should for a good company as a Recruiter. It should not only into Recruitment or staffing activitiy. Rather you should try a job in Consulting where you will get a chance have a practical experience on other aspect of HR other then recruitments.
Also be very much specific to the industry you working on. Dont keep on changing industry. Nowdays companies are even Industry Specific for recruiting any role.
Then using that experience you can hunt for a job in Hard Core Corporate role. Just do a smart work in a reputed Recruitment Consulting Company and Things will automatically knock your door. Good Luck !!!

From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi

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