How Come Engineers Too Can Join-in For HR Jobs? - CiteHR
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Hello everyone,
Recently, one thing had been striking me too hard everytime i open up the eligibility criteria for joinin as an HR executive, its either about having 4-5 yrs experience or anyone can get in for recruitment processes. Have MBA in Human Resource has become so cheap and waste that anyone can get-in for the post meant for the HR grads? Its been shocking as well as heart pounding to find that the most important asset of the organization i.e the employee, can be played off by anyone. The HR freshers like me have been turning to opt for their minor papers jobs, which atleast retains their dignity rather than working for peanuts with aliens from other domains. Yes, I'am a fresher who had done a mistake of taking HR as my major paper during my degree. Its there only in newspapers that HR is the most important resource for an organization but not functional in real life.
Regards
Akashmika

Dear Akashmika, You must be confused, as the thread Title has no connection with the text in the post.
Akashmika,
The fault lies not with the companies or the recruitment teams but with the colleges and the students. Most of the students put in enough effort to just pass the exams, with no intention of learning. The value addition in most of the B Schools is so low that the barrier to entry into HR for people from other domains is negligible. In fact, people like Engineers bring their own strengths to table, like analytical skills and comfort with IT systems (Computer Engineers).
BTW, I am an engineer by education, who spent three years in an IT major before going for my Masters in Human Resource Management.

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