I am MBA HR fresher. I am getting selected in consultancies only.they are not giving any kind of training on HR concepts. What should i do to get good HR working experience?What should i do to get selected in MNCs?

From India, Ongole
Ministry Of Labour And Employment. Government
Senior Hr, Hyderabad
Yagnaiah. K
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Hi Please go for short term HR Generalist course for HR practical activities. Best of Luck! Radha 8860838868
From India, Delhi
HR generalist courses where can i do can you please in detail about it .....
From India, Hyderabad

Dear sweety,
I can Suggest you one HR Management Company. Compnay name is HUSYS . You can reach that company @http://husys.net/. Their Training programme name is HR Mission. they charge some amount. duration of course may ranges from 3 to 4 months.
Thanks and Regards,

From India, Hyderabad

Dear All
i think, for a fresher he can start his work from low level, i.e (Manpower Managemnet, shift handling on gate, preperation manpower report, take interest in employee engagement activities,) and try to give your best.
if managemnet will feel your effort, then they can increase your responsibilites.
after getting some extra responsibilites, you will move ahead step by step.
so, move and do your best.

From India, Dehra Dun
Hi vl.makkapati, Firstly do core HR related courses then give interviews and one important thing is that your communication if you want job in MNC then you have fluent English
From India, Pune
Capt. Shekhar

Dear friend,

Don't loose heart. No experience goes waste. Although it is entirely your choice whether to wait for the MNC offer or join some consultancy firm which you are getting offers from, my advise is to take up this offer. Over a period of time, you will learn a great deal of written and verbal communication by mailing/writing to various companies/candidates and you know good communication is the backbone of any profession and more so for HR which you have chosen as your profession. So my advise, get a offer, join, learn as much as possible and after sometime ....a year or so start applying for the job/company of your choice. Also, in between can join some capsule courses as suggested by other members which could be part-time and give you practical insight into HR functioning. This way you would remain employed, motivated and confident and when you go out you will not face the obvious question from the employer...What have you been doing these 6 months? This is quite a difficult question to answer and employer will like the person who is a learner and keeps himself busy rather than being idle.

I hope this will give you some insight. Best of luck !!!

From India, New Delhi

Hi vl.makkapati.

Frankly I get dishearten when someone says there is no learning in their 1st Job post MBA (specially MBA's). I guess all MBA's have high aspirations and expectations from 1st Job, maybe because they have invested a lot in their MBA and want immediate ROI on their investment.

But let me clarify, good investment is the one which give returns in Long run.

Boss, your MBA is not completed once you get a degree. It just starting point, your degree equips you get a start but what you do after it is entirely on you and no one else is to be blamed.

Lets not talk about consultancy or small org.. but no organisation even having best induction and training process from trainees can ensure that candidate will perform or Not post training. No training can be 100%, its entirely on the candidate how he utilises the training in his work, also field scenarios can be different from theory, only a person on field (irrespective of training) can convert a negative situation in positive by his attitude.

ATTITUDE, that is the only thing that matters.. if your organisation is not providing you any training, don't crib you learn on your own. Its much better than any training given.

Since you have a MBA you will be better position to learn faster and perform better than peers.

Sorry if have been blunt but its better to be blunt than give wrong advice.


From India, Mumbai
vijayan Krishnan

Normally no fresher can anticipate core profile of an HR. As somebody pointed out, you have to put your 100% effort to satisfy the management with your sincere and hardwork, and get more and more responsibilities. Once you are given responsibilities you will automatically try to know more knowledge about HR and start working. Please read more and more articles on HR activities.

yagnaiah. k

Dear Friend,

Completion of any Course, much less MBA -HR, is nothing but getting a license to drive. But, unless you have a foundation and expertise, you can not become a successful core HR professional. To attain this you have to get exposure and experience.

In this connection I would like to advice the freshers.

1. Join as Trainee Executive, irrespective of the salary / stipend for at least a period of 2 years.

2. Start your career from A, B, C, Ds, that you don't know anything.

3. Know the process of work of the Department.

4. Don't limit yourself to only one branch such as HR, IR, Recruiting etc. at initial stages.

5. Study HL Kumar's various books on Human Resources, Personnel/ Statutory etc.

6. Maintain a note book / folder in your PC, for your ready reference, the formats & day today work procedures.

Last but not the least be profess + efficient in English. After all English is the only media for anything / everything.

Do not hesitate to contact me for any doubts

From India, Hyderabad

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