1. Its always better to do your career in the field you are specialized in.
2. even any company give you job in HR dept but what next. many reputed companies asks only for MBA-HR on MSW persons then you will be in a great difficulty.
3. even if you want to opt a career in HR then join any company which will allow you to work in HR even after seeing your specialization. then join part-time Hr diploma or any HR 1 Year Post graduation course. meanwhile dont leave the job and when you complete the course look for change.
I hope you got waht i wanted to tell.
Serch on internet you will find many potions. only check before taking admission whether its recognises one or not.
Best of Luck......
If you are working in a manpower resourcing consultancy, then look out for relevant job opportunities in IT/ITES industry. Eventually as a recruiter when you learn the policies and become an SME. you can move through an internal role movement.
Its simple, if you show dedication and commitment in your work in the org that you are working for, the organization will reward you back.
Try to excel in every job that you perform - that's the trick! :)
There are many HR institutes which give trainings in core HR and Labour Laws. You can google such HR institutes at your place. This course is for almost 45 to 60 days. And remember you go for practical HR training only dont go for theoretical one. Practical HR training helps you a lot in.
Contradictory to the belief that HR could be handled by anyone, it is actually not so. The HR department or HR person would need knowledge as well as experience on various profiles in order to climb the ladder.
Coming to your issue.
Your course provided you a dual specialization course and you opted for Finance and Marketing. This is a wonderful combination but why did you take up a recruiter's profile to initiate. Can you give reason for this?
Firstly if you could throw some light on what do you mean by HR Executive (Core).
I am asking this not to test your knowledge but to understand what profile are you actually looking at. Do not get carried away with job titles as the actual work might differ drastically from what you assumed. So kindly let us know what kind of profile are you looking to pursue. According to you an HR Executive (Core) would be responsible for what things....
We can provide a solution only we know what's the problem.
For others as well -
I can understand that market is down but today I actually understood the reason as to why is there no job.
Actually there are jobs, we choose wrong ways to go. If there are no jobs, how is it that -
FInance person is working on HR and vice versa (This is after reading similar post the link is - https://www.citehr.com/446204-am-i-e...-post-top.html)
If we be a little patient and strong enough to start the career on the right note, if our foundation step would be strong, we'd be able to walk miles without much efforts.
They say think before you leap... and we should actually start doing that...
If U h'v any experience in HR from an organisation then u can be eligible or U will h'v to obtain HR specialization from a institution of repute. U should h'v a knowledge in these areas. Sourcing of People, Man Power Planning and implementation of Compensation Packages. Formulation of HR Policies, Performance Management Systems comprising of Appraisal, Career Planning etc. Employee Reward mechanisms like Increments, Performance Awards, Promotion. Co-ordinating for various need based Training programmes including Stress Management. Then U will be a successful HR Manager.
Its not like that, U can see an Engineer or Medcal professional becomes an IAS. Is he/she has occupied that degree for becoming IAS?
Its not not our fault every one watnts to go for a white coller job here Panavi is also going to do so.
well one should think in advance about field before starting their career.
Sure we all want to progress in life, but my simple question to her is why do you wish to switch. Sure we all do face different issues and we react differently to situations.
If you'd read, all the three cases (this case and 2 other cases in the post i referred) MBAs have switched their job. I'm sure none of MBA's would be given a blue collared work. This is when the questions arises. I'm saying so from a recruiter's point of view and even for knowledge purpose.
I've also come across queries like "I want to take up MBA(Fin) but interested in HR. Is it possible to get HR job after having Fin degree"
which really forces me to think why do we specialize in one subject and work in completely different field. A switch post a few year's experience is still understandable but such major shift from Finance or marketing or hr by a fresher is questioned specifically to know WHY rather than mocking.
Also, I am asking this so as the HR fraternity here (Which i guess would include people from both corporate & academia) would be able to understand Why is this a rising trend. Is it for personal need or realization of interest very late or any other reason.
I didn't comment if it was right or wrong, all that i need to say is, before deciding upon anything, ensure that it would be undo-able...
Hope I've not been rude. Was putting forth my view points.