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Hi this is srikanth,frns i would like to know about stuff of hr (all interviews questions) which would be asked in interviews of hr executive including labour laws questionaire with answers.. hope all of u will help go through the stuff....
19th July 2013 From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Friend,
I am a contributing member since 2008 from Chennai. I often see arrogant way of writing or requesting others to solve/ answer the queries. YOURS is one among such posts. As others would definitely agree, your tone and the way you write your content in sms language in public forum/cite is unacceptable. I get a feeling and impression that you write this post while you are half asleep/awake due to many reasons.
Please learn to write properly.
Best of luck.
V. Rangarajan.
19th July 2013 From India, Pune
Ya me do very truly agree with Mr.V. Rangarajan.. Should learn drafting manners Regards B.Anand Kumar
19th July 2013 From United Kingdom, London
Hi. Can any one please help me by providing the information regarding difference beween a company recruiter and a consultancy recruiter.... awaiting the reply... Thank you...
19th July 2013 From India, Vijayawada
Dear Srikanth,
You won't find a solved paper like book for preparation to attend an interview for HR posts in any book stall. The choice of questions is left to the interview committee, who in their wisdom put such questions which they might think will help them to select a candidate or not to. However it is expected of every candidate that they should be aware of most of the Labour Laws particularly statutory responsibilities of employers, the due dates of submission of returns, remittance of dues, compliances under various acts, statutory registers and records to be maintained etc. Topics which were discussed in this forum in the past gives you ample stuff for your preparations. Use the links provided on your sides of screen such topics are worth studied by you beginners. Also Use the search options and get prepared. All the best.
21st July 2013 From India, Bangalore
Dear friend
thanks for ur suggestions.i even agree with u sir,as because m new to this sight(forum) i do not know how to post the thread even and i ensure i wont repeat it again i would really tryto rectify my mistakes in future....but intention is to get the info about the hr sir,because i m very much passionate about hr sir....
Thank you
best regards
srikanth
21st July 2013 From India, Visakhapatnam
It depends on your specialization, real life experiences to handle complex HR situations will get you through the job interview most of the time.
21st July 2013 From India, Bangalore
Well, no one can provide you the exact questionnaire for HR interview as the interviewers have their own mindset to judge the candidate and can ask any question that relate to HR from basic to advance level also, the questions depend on the candidates current profile dpending on the candidate is a fresher, have some experience or a highly qualified and experienced.
I am assuming you as a fresher, and hoping you must have a degree/diploma in HR and I can say if you have completed the course successfully then just be confident and try to learn and research on various aspects of HR and go for the interview. If you have sufficient knowledge of HR and a good presence of min with positive attitude then sure you will be able to answer most or may be all questions .
Also, as other members of the forum told you about drafting a post, make sure to be professional in writing and mailing drafts applications etc.
22nd July 2013 From India, Lucknow
company recruiter handling inhouse recruitment only eg. Depends on industry company & consultancy recruiter handling recruitment activities on behalf of client (company)
i'm consultancy recruiter according to me company recruiter is mwaaah & generalist profile yummm

25th July 2013 From India, Pune
Hi,
Please help me for for one question asked b interviewer regarding Employee Grievance.
If Management circulate one policy (Any), and Management and HR knows that this policy is not favor in employees and it directly affect to deduction in employees salary.
From several years employees are working their and are not agree for such policy. Due to this they are going to resign from their services.
Hence without loosing those employees what is HR role to handle such situation.
Awaiting the Reply.....
Thank You
26th July 2013 From India, Thana
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