Anil.arora
Administration Head
PL
Senior Executive
+1 Other

Thread Started by #PL

Hi
I would like to find out more how one could embark on a midlife career change to a HR professional if she does not any relevant HR/coaching experience. Currently, I am working in a clinical department and at the same time, pursuing a HR course on a part-time basis
Thank you
Regards
PL
14th July 2012 From Singapore, Singapore
hi, PL
Is good that you taking a HR course if you intention to switch your career path.
And second thing you need to find a good employer who able to give you the opportunity to work and at the same time apply the knowledge and skill to the new career.
Good lucky to you.
17th July 2012 From Singapore, Singapore
My suggestion would be to focus on dedicated career change. Instead of doing part time HR and going to HR profeesion is not encouraged. You need to go for full time HR degree and then look for the entry level job in HR.
24th July 2012 From India, Pune
Mr./Mrs/Ms PL Could you please share your total work experience and education details and why you wanna go for HR. The most important things, which allow someone to attempt or succeed in the field is INTEREST, which also keep motivating to learn as much as one can.
The information you will provide will enable members to give you more precise and appropriate suggestion for you so that you can do as you are intended to do
24th July 2012 From India, Gurgaon
Dear Mr/Ms/Mrs AK Arora
I apologise for the delayed response. My work experience includes training & education & research support, project coordination, event organization & planning and some department hr matters pertaining to doctors' promotions, performance appraisals and 360 Assessment Exercise in healthcare industry for the past 12 years. I have obtained a Graduate Diploma in HR with SHRI & MBA. As the dept has very limited scope of hr work and I sincerely wish to expand my keen interest to be a full time HR professional, therefore, I enrolled myself with HCS to pursue my professional diploma in HRM & HRD to compensate for my missing hr competencies/knowledge. To-date, I already completed 1 professional diploma in HRM.
I am interested in doing recruitment & selection & talent management as a HR professional in near future.
Thank you
pl
11th January 2013 From Singapore, Singapore
Hi, There is lot of competation in HR. There are lot of MBAs still not getting the job. My suggestion is better option would be in teaching. Regards,
15th January 2013 From India, Pune
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