Hello Friends....
I am currently working as a HR Generalist in a pvt ltd company .I want to work for corporate . I will be completing 6months this May .I just want to know should i continue workin in this company for more time or start looking out for a better opportunity . How many years of experince is required to get into a good position in a good Ltd company.

From India, Bhavnagar
Hello Pranita ,
Even i am working as HR generalist in a large manufacturing company .
HR generalist is a vast field as it involves all the areas of HR right from
Recruitment ,Selection , Induction , T & D , Payroll & wage administration ,
Contract labour , Liasioning , Safety , Motivation , Retention , IR , F & F
Settlement and son on . Hence i think atleast 3 years of experience is a must
to get exposure and then only you should jump to a better job .
Regards
Rajeev Dixit

From India, Bangalore
BSSV
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Mr. Rajeev has given you a very good suggestion. Yes Pranitha, you may say 6 months is almost negligible amount of experience to expect the expected job in HR filed........ you may ask for a hike in pay completing atleast an year.......
From India, Bangalore
Hello Pranita,
I agree with the views above. Many people strive hard to get HR Generalist post to get exposure to all HR functions.
You are among fortunate ones to get that. Continue to work for minimum 2-3 years, build on your achievements and then try elsewhere.
Best wishes to you!
Regards,
Vaishalee Parkhi

From India, Pune
Hi Pranita,

As all have suggested already that HR Generalist is a very good job role to start the career with because one has the whole gamut of HR to handle and take care of.

However I wish to ask, why do you plan to change?

Is it because the firm is a pvt firm and is smaller compared to big corporate?

or

Is it that the profile you're working on is not the one that motivates you?

or

Is there any other reason?

Just to make you feel comfortable, I would like to share my incident.

While I had got my this job, (I guess around similar time frame or may be a month earlier than you) in my initial days, I was in double mind if to look out in corporate for they'd give me brand as well as better pay.

But now with almost 6 months down the line, I feel good I never got a chance to switch cause I have so much to learn and handle. I am the only HR here and am developing the whole HR department. Honestly, no matter whichever corporate hires me, they'd already have HR in place and I would not the liberty to work with my own ideas.

In my current firm, my CEO has given me complete liberty to do my work the way I want. There is nothing like good or bad idea, it's all a learning process...

Weigh your pros and cons, evaluate the reason you wish to leave the current employer, if you're confused, share with us what is it that is bothering you and confusing you.

All the best dear and wish you success :-)

From India, Mumbai
Dear friends. thanks for your valuable thoughts. i am Hr executive and want to move out from this bracket as hr generalist. but couldn’t find appropriate job. i am MBA hr with 3 plus exp
From India, Pune
My name is Nitin r patil. I am MBA hr with 3 plus exp in Recruitment, Induction, T & d etc
is SAP HR ( Authorized) play vital role in career.
and now thinking to do SAP. i need your help friends...... can u share your experience if any buddy has done it.

From India, Pune
Hi,
HR Generalist role is really good profile to start off your career.
The roles & responsibilities of HR Generalist are :
 Analyzing the requirements for various department .
 Sourcing & short listing of candidates through Job Portals, Employee Reference etc.
 Conducting HR Preliminary Interview with candidates & coordinating for the entire selection process.
 Salary & date of Joining Negotiation with candidates.
 Follow up with the candidates & delivering feedback.
 Maintenance of Recruitment tracker.
 Rolling out Offer letters to the selected candidates.
 On boarding the new hires, taking care of Joining formalities.
 Coordinating for the induction process.
 Co ordination for Employee relations activities like open house meetings, celebrations etc.
 Organizing events & activities for employee engagement & motivation.
 Coordinating for campus recruitment.
 Handling employee grievances and queries.

From India, Hyderabad





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