Hi Seniors,
I had completed my MBA (HR) in 2008. However, due to recession which hit at that point in time, i had to take up a placement (through campus) with a marketing firm but had to leave it bcoz of health probs on account of extensive travelling. Later I could not get a job in HR for 7 months. After that i took up the first job that came my way as i had to pay back my Education loan and hence I landed in a job with an IPR (intellectual Property Rights) firm with a bond of 3 years. After completion of the bond its been 1 year since I m trying to shift to HR, but nothing seems to b happening. Please let me know what should I do to shift back to HR.
Thanks
Mitali

From India, Pune
Yes Dear,
You can start your career in HR.
Simply you talk to your management that you are not comfortable with yoiur current job,either they will leave you or they will ask about any compensation , as per bond signed by you, if you can pay the amount,you pay or complete two years.

From India, Vapi
hi Mitali,
As you have done masters in HR, you can definitely start career as HR. for start up target small/ mid sized company where you can get easily in HR. If really not possible start with some consultancy as a Recruiter which can eventually enhance your professional knowledge into HR recruitment. Later you can try into corporate companies as Technical recruiter. Let me know if you need further help in this regards.
Cheers!

From India, Pune
Thank you so much..will try out your suggestion....Can you also guide me as to any short term certification course which I can take up to increase my job possibilities...I have tried taking up SAP, but was told that without relevant experience, it is not possible to take up without relevant experience.
From India, Pune
Dear Mitali ji,
I suppose you are from Pune. You can do one short term course of 3 months from Mumbai which will definitely help you in enhancing knowledge in HR with practical as well getting job in HR. You are requested to go through below given link:
https://www.citehr.com/317465-lookin...ce-mumbai.html
Wish you all the Best.

From India, Mumbai
The info given to you is inaccurate
Having prior experience is not necessary for sap-hr course.
Check with other training institutes and also with sap bangalore. They will have details of courses available.
Are you looking for work in pune only ? If mumbai is of interest, send me your cv

From India, Mumbai
Hi Keshev and Saswat,
Thank you so much for your guidance. I will definitely lookout for courses.
Meanwhile, Saswat I will be fine with Mumbai. Can you please update me with your mail id so I can send over my CV to you.
Thanks

From India, Pune

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