Respected seniors....,
Please let me know how can i get a job in a company where there is a scope for all hr activities as hr executive. i am trying since 1 year but not yet get a job like that. now i am currently working as hr associate in a consultancy in recruitment department. so please guide me hw can i approach to get a job for such a profile .
i hope will receive good suggestions
best regards
sravani

From India, Hyderabad
Greetings

This may seem as beaten and dicey, as it sounds. Hiring is governed by right fit. You will be hired for a generalist role , only when you are good to deliver on that, which entails you have already worked on these areas. Yes, right now it may seem dumb to you, but this is exactly how it works. No one would want to hire and then train your for the role. The handholding you would receive in a new job, is merely to figure out operations and how to resolve the escalations.

My suggestion to you is, start volunteering for all these areas in your current organisation. Yes, there would be too many obstacles to it , such as , there is no need to volunteering, your managers might not offer it to you, even if it is available , greater workload and so on!

Please remain persistent , just as you are right now. Even some amount of exposure in your current firm will put you in a better position to land the generalist role. Certain amount of work, will help you answer the questions during the interview. List out every such areas you managed in your resume , while appearing for your next interview.

Finally , look for opening with smaller firms, where recruitment is a big requirement and the generalist areas are far smaller. Such a firm will hire you, given that you have already worked in hiring team. Eventually, you can graduate to a bigger firm, where you manage the areas of Core HR.

Wish you all the best !

From India, Mumbai
The best way to approch a new job, act as per the interviewer, see waht was and what are your own accepectation, clear your view first.
From India, Pune
All wishes allways i will keep in pocket to tacle the situation around me that is the finest aim which i found.
From India, Pune
Dear Ms. Sravani,
To give you much of affirmative insight on the role that you are seeking, here I suggest you few steps.
- Since you already working as an executive, you might as well learn other aspects somepoint while recruiting the candidates. As ou may fairly know of the opportunities that the client posses, check for a Human Reource position there (even a junior position would serve you learn better).
- Perhaps, if the above is manoeuvred, you may attend few of the HR workshops and associate with the other HR professionals. you could win a chance of any opening.Keep thier contacts essentially to finding a job in human resources.
- Learn as much as knowledge you might acquire on the respected areas to deliver thoughts when you come across the members pertaining to that field.
Good Luck to you!!

From India, Visakhapatnam
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As said by Ms.(Cite Contribution) the persistency is the only way to attain your goal. If you have the interest to learn and involvement in the job and take adequate initiation towards achieving the excellence, then obviously you will get good opportunity.
Wish you all the best.

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Sravani,

Understand 1 thing no one is excelled in all HR activities in their earlier career stage. Moreover many of the top HR today have started their career as a recruiter in a consultancy firm.

I suggest you to look for a small company where you can learn a lot. you will get a practical exposure from statutory to F & F of employees.

Also try to implement new things in your present firm like coordinating with clients, doing Skill matrix, communicating to candidates, sourcing of profile in job sites etc. Don't say i am presently doing the above. Try to improve one by one each day. Also learn all the statutory laws like PF, ESIC, Bonus Act, Maternity benefit act, Gratuity act, Shops / Establishment act etc & Payroll process, components of payroll etc.

In many interview's you would be asked mostly on statutory laws and process. so you have to answer confidently on the subjects.

When you are interviewed in a company the HR knows your role and responsibility as a recruiter so don't lie to them that you done that and this. Tell them that you want an opportunity to prove yourself, ask them to test your knowledge in the HR areas. I agree it will not workout in all organisation but there are some companies who give the opportunity.

From India, Mumbai

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