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I am working as a HR generalist and earlier worked in a recruitment firm. I got total of 5 yrs experience in HR Domain and planning to shift my career to either SAP- HR or Peoplesoft or Oracle HRMS. Need your suggestion on how good is this to shift and how i can approach companies?.
Kindly suggest me on this.

From India, Pune
It would be good if you try to get into company which can hire you on your expirience and give you training on thier own, so that your work expierience will alos be materialized seamlessly. Regarding the two both are good having pros and cons, like SAP extends with different sections inside a big company like manufacturing, sales etc.
From India, Delhi
Thanks for your reply hrtechin..
I worked with Manufacturing companies and none of the companies were using any ERP for HR process. So opportunities for me is limited to grow and wants to have an edge over other HR people. I haven't come across any company which is looking for core HR person and will give training on the ERP as I am already experienced one and obviously expect me to come with experience in the field.

From India, Pune
Dear Ms. Silpa,
Its been great to know that SAP- HR Functional has wide options but few companies in practice. However, You have to hit the CMM level companies to pursue any such prospects. As you have a former experience in Human Resources it should be easier to get through. Certainly, SAP has a certification course and there are many oppurtunities available. Good Luck to you!!

From India, Visakhapatnam
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