Trainer - Soft Skills
Ashutosh Thakre
Hr Professional
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Hello guys can anyone please let me know about facing an interview for HR Generalist job cause i have only 1 yr recruiting experience and then-after I started with HR admin manager.
The company needs at least 1 to 2 yrs exp in HR Generalist.

Can you rephrase your question? do you want what will be asked in the interview or do you want to know can you apply for the job in your present capacity?
Clarify so that we can help you?
Ashutosh Thakre

Well thanks Ashutosh for reverting.
As such I need to know about both situations :
1)what will be asked in the interview?
2)want to know can I apply for the job in my present capacity?
3) Also what is the salary band that I deserve?

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dear sree, I am sachin an HR Trainer for generalist profile ...if you wish you can call me 8826935351. i have got 15 years experience in generalist profile and resigned as Group Head HR . rgds sachin
Major activities of HRD questions basically concerned below grounds
Recruitment Management
Workforce Planning
Induction Management
Training Management
Performance Management
Compensation & Benefits
Attendance Management
Leave Management
Benefits Management
Overtime Management
Pay slip Distribution
Time sheet Management
Employee Information/ Skill Management
Grievance Redressal
Employee Survey
Exit Interviews & Process
Health & Safety

1)what will be asked in the interview?
- Your understanding about the various functions within HR.. and contributions. Its good to be prepared on a theory level atleast.
2)want to know can I apply for the job in my present capacity?
- when you say recruitment experience... do you do end to end.. from manpower planning to landing formalities. If not first is to get exposed to that area fully. If yes, then check internally in your current setup and look at moving in to other areas.
3) Also what is the salary band that I deserve?
- Very subjective question. Frankly, one year into service... do not look at the salary.. check what value addition exposure in a particular role can help your career.
Keep giving interviews... irrespective whether you like the job role or not... you will learn a lot (what to expect, how much.. all of it) and will improvise in a short span of time. Though am into training delivery, always a student and propagate experiential learning.
Best Wishes.

Hi Sachin, is your number still working? can u share how can you help?
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