Sir my question is what next i am do ? i am complete computer in 2011. but now i am working in HR Associate. my english communication is very poor please help find the future target. Every day i am thinking next what can i do and how to find my life achievement please help me. i am continue this job or not.
From India, New Delhi
Hi sabrirajk
I would suggest you should first decide what u really want to be an hr or something else . If u want to leave hr job just because of weak English i would say this is no reason. You can join any english classes after your job or can even learn speaking english though lots of books available. Problem will come is every field and better way is to find solution. Moreover i don't think that Hr is much effected by English s u dont have to deal with customers.
In case u r confused about what u want to be i would suggest u contact a career councellor or try to find out what u r good at and which job makes u happy and then take decision
Best of luck

From India, Udaipur
Hi sabrirajk,
U are lucky person.HR is good field to work, if you in payroll u vil feel comfortable because that deals with numbers and software applications . side by start your preparation to develop your communication skill. u have good opportunity just try to put your 100 effect in your work. All the best.

From India, Bangalore
hey Sabrirajk HR Feil is good to work bt again i woulg strongly recommend that it is better to be good in communication skills rather than a confused mind .....
From India, Bharuch
Good day Sabari,
On the very outset, do not be disturbed or get confused, The HR role calls for cool and firm temperament with good hold on communication.
You are B.Sc , and have you selected the right field as per your interest, or grabbed the job of HR as not to lose opportunity.
fluency is required in any field not only HR, so attend communication workshop and be confident, practice daily, you are sure to WIN

From India
I am Perusing B.Com in second year; can I apply for HR jobs? Would any company hire me during graduation?
Just want to confirm the possiblity during graduation.
I have 2 years experience in PAYROLL, HRMS & LMS as well.
Pls. help me.

From India, Mumbai
Dear all
Good oral & written communication in English Language will always be an added advantage in corporates. As an HR role, while officially communicating with employees / workers / senior officials / statutory authorities, you have to reassure the language you are using with good phraseology covering all legal implications and referring to all other clauses. For an entry level in HR, someone may not or need not be an expert in english literature, however, as the years go, you need to have potentiality in effectively communicating at all levels. Please understand that HR is not an easy field to select, whereas it requires a good communique, attitude, diplomacy, smartness & IQ to deal with all employees.

Hello Sabrirajk,
Good communication skills will not only give you confidence, but it will help you in growing further in your career. Please act on what has been advised by our members above. Initially start speaking in small groups, friends and relatives. Note your mistakes and correct them. Read English news, listen it, try out self conversations in English only. Don't get disheartened by negative comments. Don't worry and be positive. You will succeed soon!
Vaishalee Parkhi

From India, Pune
Being poor in English can not be obstacle in your career if you determined to improve it. There are a lot of institutions running various personality development, English spoken classes that can help you regarding but what more important is your determination, hard work and practice to improve your english spoken.
From India, Lucknow
Hi Sabairraj,
Nothing to worry about the lacking in communication skills, but to worry about how to improve your communication skills.
Join for english development course and try to be strong in HR domain knowledge.
Then you can excel in the HR field.

From India, Madras

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