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Hi All,
I got a job offer as HR specialist in a IT firm.Here all hr related work was handled by a finance person, all recruitment the department managers do and finalize and send the mail.As I am in hr nothing related to that am doing if asked my manager he says hr has nothing to do with the pay structure all am not exposed any of the hr experience. And its of no use for me to stay any more here.
If there is any job opening pl let me know.
Thanks
J

Dear J,

Every individual requires to be intellectually occupied at work. Managing tasks is the first step to it. Yet, when that brings in no intellectual development, one is bound to feel as detached, as you are feeling right now. However, if you have joined a firm, it becomes your professional responsibility to find yourself that source of learning within your role.

Look for newer areas, no matter, how little exposure you have in it, such as leadership development, internal learning centers and similar other areas. Implore the legal aspects in your job. These cases wont come to you, rather you may have to dig them out. Stay at it and push yourself through.

My suggestion would sound empty, but take my words, most of us have survived in a role, which was purely customary. This is scary as you need to grow, yet have little or no new exposure or anything to learn. You next job movement should remain self-explanatory, a frequent switch might pose a challenge. The role that you want would come to you, only when you have made best use of what you have now. Please give this a thought. Aim for operational and knowledge excellence even through this stagnant phase of your career.

Frustration, depression, anger, anxiety is a sign of STRESS which may spoil your health and habits too.

In case, if you are a experienced(minimum 5years) personality aware of HR STRATEGIES, please do look for a better opportunity and try your best to settle about your norms(roles & responsibilities) during interview process itself.

Else, please do listen to the suggestion posted by Ms. (Cite Contribution).

Last but not the least. Over-confidence can destroy your career and you can't blame anyone. If you are wise & experienced personality, you can invest time to study

1) INTERVIEWING/RECRUITING STRATEGIES/NORMS IN PLACE

2) EMPLOYEE RETENTION STRATEGIES

3) WORKLOAD VERSUS CHALLENGES FACED BY EMPLOYEES

4) TALENT MANAGEMENT & SUCCESSION PLANNING

5) EMPLOYEE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

6) PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM

7) EMPLOYEE WELFARE ACTIVITIES

8) CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

ALMIGHTY had given a very powerful processor called BRAIN. Kindly utilize it wisely and learn as much as you can, rather concluding or jumping to conclusion without evaluating the past and past to define your future.

GOOD LUCK

With profound regards


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