Dear All,
I am confused and not able to decide that what should I do after MBA HR?
Is there any Diploma or Degree to enhance my career in HR?
Someone is saying that you should do Diploma from ISTD or Diploma in IRPM...
Which one will be beneficial for me after MBA HR?
Your valuable suggestion in this regard would highly appreciated...
Sunil Sharma

From India, New Delhi

Preparation for the global SHRM certification exams: SHRM CP and SHRM SCP →
Promoted: XLRI Executive Development Program In Human Resource Management

You have to change your attitude first, which you required a lot.

Are you here with request to have help and suggestion that you required or giving command to others to reply you?

Second, was your MBA a Diploma or Degree program?

You are an MBA candidate, first you supposed to let us know what you have learned during your course. What knowledge and experience you have earned and what are your understanding on this subject.

And if you really feel that you need more knowledge and skills can go to further HR programs such as SAP-HR which can help you.

A person who have done masters in HR, supposed to be a matured person and must have known the functions of and can start learning to get practical experience, and that’s you can earn by working somewhere. The more you will learn and understand the concept and functionalists of HR and work, more you will get knowledge and experience. There is no need to go for more courses but to learn yourself.

This is the best place where you are communicating with us and can learn everything if you really wanna learn. If you really are worried about your career and want to achieve something, need to be serious.

There is a saying what always inspire me is “If you wanna learn something in this world, there is no need to find a teacher, the teacher will find you himself”. So now you decide what you wanna do and wanna achieve.

Im giving you some simple steps to go further for your career, rest is all upto you.

Step 1 –Improve your knowledge and skills about HR

Step 2- Go for some technical and HR course such as SAP-HR

Step 3- Learn as much as you can about the Acts i.e. Labour Laws and other

Step 4- Start by collective material and studying by today (You need to put your sincere and honest effort if you are serious about it)

Step 5- which is really important for you is that you have to control on yourself and need to have a positive attitude.

Now I’d like to know from you what you want. There are numbers of candidate like you who are really worried about their career and learning too and some are with the same kind of situation who are regularly getting help by this place bcz they are giving their time to this place (CiteHR)

Best of Luck

From India, Gurgaon
Thanks a lot Sir for your valuable suggestion, I want to tell you Presently I am working as Senior Executive HR and handling all statutory compliance, payroll and overall HR Generalist Profile.
So I put this type of question on to improve my career in HR by doing some specialized courses or Diploma programme.
Sunil Sharma

From India, New Delhi
A Sr HR Executive who is working on Generalist Profile, well this is really good dear, hence, I don’t think there I need to say more on how you can get your knowledge improved, as you now knows everything now and I have also mentioned the same above.
Best of Luck

From India, Gurgaon
Well you can also go to Industrial Relations and Personal Management (IRPM) course which can certainly add you more value but SAP HR is more effective and technical/application system, which provide solution service for human resource management in the enterprise which further divides the function of HR into some sub-modules such as Organizational Management(OM), Personal Administration(PA), Time Management(TM), Payroll(PY), Personal Development(PD), Performance Management(PM), Enterprise Learning (EL,Training Management), and E-Recruitment(Recruitment Management). <link fixed> -Overviews/Human-Resources-HR.asp

From India, Gurgaon

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