Anil.arora
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Hi Friends,
I have 5 years of experience in training now i want to seek carrer as Hr in payrolls i am ready to start at executive level
Any HR professional in this site can u plz tell me wht should i do and what knowledge should i gain

From India
Well first thing I wanna know from you is that as you have long 5 years of experience in Training as a TRAINER, then what made you feel to go with Payroll? Are you not happy with your present role and profile? Is there any growth problem or you are not enjoying your work now or what?

Why I am saying this bcz I want you to think again what exactly you want. As you already have invested and spend your 5 long years in your career which is really good and then there might be a really strong reason to look for this change. This is really important on account of your future and career.

But if you still are willing to make this change in your career and life, I wud suggest you to please join any reputed institute for Certificate Course-Payroll /SAP HR or other according to your need which will give you a good start.

But there is one more thing I would like to bring into your notice that you have to answer your recruiters about your 5 years that you have spent as a TRAINER. I don’t want to discourage you but wanted to know the facts and what you can face in your future while your interviews for this new role/ profile and job.

As you are ready to start with Executive Level, the best option I wud say for you is that you need to go with SAP –HR which is a very good and complete solution for you and also a demand of todays HR world.

Also I want you to go to the weblinks below posted where we have discussed the same issues with many members before

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From India, Gurgaon
Hi Anil,
Firsty i would like to thank u for reply.
Firsty i have 5 y of exp in HR training and development department but in these five y only 1 company is MNC and my present company and work place is very small and in T& D department peple hire only if ur working with big brand, in this department job openings are less and very less growth bcoz i also have knowledege of recruitment, training, induction and if i'll get knowledge of payrolls i'll have a complete HR gerenalist Profile in which job opportunities are very high
Now what u suggest and Plz give me complete details of this HR course.
I also have received a mail for such a course plz check it out and tell me is it authentic
CORPORATE HR GENERALIST PRACTICAL UPGRADATION
Certificate Program of HR Generalist by Governor Rewarded Author
Workshop by Author & Corporate Trainer starts from 4thDec.( Sunday)
For Expression of Interest call us 09911884428 , 120-2442131
Includes:
Payroll Software
MIS
Advance Excel

From India
well thanks for detailing your query and after going thru your all story i wanna say here that you must go for HR Generalist profile.

Also as you have knowledge of recruitment, training, induction and wanted to go for Payroll the first and best option i have given you above to go with SAP HR.

Second, as you are intended to go for HR Generalist profile, before going further on this, first I want you to visit the weblinks below posted on the same topic which will give you the basic understanding on what you have to do or where you have to go and what things you required to achieve this aim.

Also we almost daily discussed and notice that people wanna go for Core HR/ HR Generalist profile who are working as Recruiters/Trainer. Both have their own cirteria, value but I would suggest you to go for HR Generalist profile where one have to work on every function of Human Resource with great relevant and required knowledge.

HR generalists are characterized by their involvement in -- and knowledge of -- a wide variety of functions and divisions within HR. We call them a jack-of-all-trades who can administer any aspect of HR. They typically occupy the extremes of the HR department hierarchy. Some generalist positions perform entry level, administrative functions, whereas at the other end of the spectrum, generalist HR executives are responsible for all divisions in the HR department, with a layer of specialized HR managers sandwiched in between. In small Organisations, the HR manager is the only employee responsible for all HR functions, and needs to be a generalist with skills and expertise to handle the employer's HR operations single-handed.

For more on this, you can go to SEARCH option located at top of our CiteHR page and also can use Mr. Google. You will get numbers of discussions held and inputs provided by many professionals at length.

If you have any more question/query, feel free to contact..

Best of Luck

https://www.citehr.com/64524-what-hr...t-profile.html

https://www.citehr.com/35696-hr-generalist.html

https://www.citehr.com/288649-hr-gen...questions.html

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One more thing that im well familiar with this Workshop by Author & Corporate Trainer (CORPORATE HR GENERALIST PRACTICAL UPGRADATION) which is starting from 4thDec but want you to try to get more details on this or give me some time till tomorrow morning so that i can speak to my HR Contacts about it...

From India, Gurgaon
Thnks Anil for details,
What are you doing right now and can you provide me any links in delhi/ncr for job interviews.
I have theoratical knowledge of PF, HRA, ESI, form 16 will it help me to click an interview at earlier stage bcoz i need to re-locate and find a job asap

From India
What Am I doing write now??? well there is lot to do my dear and cant tell you about it...
You want welinks for job Interviews?? well let me know your job location maybe i can help you in changing your job or anything..

From India, Gurgaon
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