Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Asst. Manager - Hr
Hr Consultant & Trainer
Junior Manager (hr)
You have done MBA- HR through sheer dint of hard work and you have around 1.5 years experience as HR. Most importantly, you appear to be a quick learner, hard worker and computer savvy and above all you have aptitude for HR.I feel you should only continue in HR., because HR is a vast field, providing opportunities for growth and development and diversity and for a man with your strengths, it is only a matter of time. Secretarial profession has no demand now nor any career.Probably you could not attract decent package in the new jobs because of limited(1.5 years) servcie in Hr and probably you did not showcase your strengths and skills properly. What I suggest you is to revamp your CV and focus on your skills like computer skills, communication or drafting skills etc and focus on your achievnments like computerising Hr processes in a record time as you did in your previous organisation. You have taken a fist step forward by doing MBA-HR nad switching to HR and now look forward. all the best.
HR & Labour Law advsior
8th September 2012 From India, Mumbai
8th September 2012 From India, Kochi
As my Seniors have already mentioned, Pl. fine-tune your C.V. specifying your strengths.
Your search for a Job in H.R. might most probably click if you try for an Admn. Job combined with H.R. activity as Second Line. Try that out.
Further, in my opinion, you should not have run away due the lady's menace.. This is not a positive quality of a H.R. person. Something (Boldness/Courage) is missing in your fire.
All the best.
12th September 2012 From India, Chennai
You have been pretty persistent as far as ur professional life is concerned. Thats a gd sign.I think you should do some certification courses in HR to make your CV stronger while working with the current company.This way you will not only be in touch with the HR domain but will also not lose on the current job and meanwhile keep looking for a job somewhere.
I wish you all the very best......
21st November 2012 From India, Asansol
Friends have shared their valuable views and suggestions.
In addition what I have understood from the situation, it shows that you tried your best to grow in your professional life but could not achieve what is in your mind.Following are some of my views :
1 Stability in a particular organisation matters a lot to learn ,implement and review the new techniques.
2 All professional organisation wants and seek stable candidates.
3 Frequent changes in the resumes or fabrication of the credentials may lead to the rejections......moreover the professional world is very small.................
4 Back verifications shall add fuel in the fire...........will lessen your chances to get a good job.
5 People and friends will not extend any help if we frequently change the organisations.
You might be feeling bad..............but my intention to give my views is to help you.
What happened you please forget. You only do consolidation of your resume.......Read and learn all aspects of HR related topics.................
Make all the points of your success during Secretarial Job and HR job.
More importantly your focus is required in a single direction whatever your choosen endevour.
With best of Luck.
Again ,Inconvenience is regretted.
21st November 2012 From India, New Delhi
Some very good suggestions have come from the members.
You should gainfully use them.
It is good to be frank but it will be more prudent to be selective while revealing certain facts.
Please make sure that when you communicate, inform only that is relevant.
You should avoid writing the names of companies.
Please focus on improving your language and work with a resolve
to stay longer in whatever field you choose.
There may be so many unlawful and stealthy practices going on.
We cannot set right every thing as most of them would be beyond our approach.
In addition to that there has to be a support as otherwise it would back fire on you.
That is exactly what happened to you.
One thing that we can surely do is correct and improve ourselves consistently.
V.Raghunathan..................................... ................ .......................Navi Mumbai
22nd November 2012 From India
It's looking really struggled career.As a HR what i have seen in some cases is that they did B.A but after looking not more opportunity in that field they move to technical field like diploma & make career in different way.It's really useful to person.
You have done MBA in HR than you can also start your recruitment consultant if you have good contacts.It does not need huge investment.Hr Job is really effective for whom has planned their career from prior because it is slow steady job.HR Persons get good salary after had handsome relevant Experience ,but you can join any Organization in HR Department as you are looking really good, Talented ,Fast Learner.
This is the best way to get back in to career Journey....
Best Luck Dear for your bright future.....
24th November 2012 From India, Vadodara
You are really a good fighter. I suggest you please try manufacturing industry or export houses as it can teach you a lot. Update your CV and look out for work from home and other part time options. If HR is your dream please don't give up. Job in HR is also not very easy so try hard even harder and contact all your ex colleagues for reference.
Best of luck!!!
29th November 2012 From India, Calcutta
Only Dedicatiob, Firn Determination and Aim Orientation person can wil in his life your Career Journey shows that U have been a professioinal with a firm determination, It doesnot a matter that U have a small experiance in HR, HR is a vast field make urself specialized how to Inplement Local Labour Laws, and in your current job do your Job Enlargement and slowly and slowly move to HR Functions of the company when you will give better resuts your company may absorve you as a purely HR Staff so :
Good Luck and Go a Head.
2nd December 2012 From India, Chandra
My point of view would be if you're a career oriented person then certainly you're not sticking to the profile of Steno. I understand money is something to be looked for but we must not worry about it if you know you're where you want it to be, as the package follows where you tend to give your best.
Do not go for the big companies instead look for the start firms where you can get a chance be it meager amount you get. HR is not that paid profession in the beginning but you need a real rich experience in it for bigger perks. Make sure you put your best foot forward during your interviews. Filter the information before telling it to Interviewer but do not lie.
Do not compromise with your career as this will become a habit then. If you've will to do it, go for it then. You'll a lot to learn here & gradually earn too.
19th December 2012 From India, Chandigarh
I have nothing much to say as your query is very well answered by all our seniors.
If you win trust of your management, you can express your desire to contribute and make use of your HR experience in your present company. As suggested by one of the members, if your company knows your strength, it might allot you HR position some or the other day if not now. Wait for the right opportunity and time.
Wishing you all the best!
17th January 2013 From India, Pune
I agree to Vaishalee's inputs. I feel you should stick to your present assignment while expressing your HR aspirations to your CEO. He may not give you an immediate opportunity but in future as and when a requirement will arise in HR he may give you a chance. In such a case you will not even have to compromise on your salary.
The essence is you stick to a company work hard, highlight your potential, maintain a positive attitude, build a credibility for yourself and I am sure success will follow you soon.
ALL THE BEST !!!
17th January 2013 From India, Pune
Keep courage and never loose hope . All the very best in your career and almighty lord will be helping you in your career
All the very best
1st February 2013 From India, Bangalore
Working as a Personal Secretary is a goo opportunity for you as an Asst of you employer you will learn a lot of new thingss that will be an added advantage in your aim to get a chance in HR, while communicating with your boss you may ask him to asst. in the work of HR, when u will get a small chance prove your self than twim confidence of your Boss surely you will be a HR Professional in your Organisation.
25th February 2013 From India, Chandra