Hi,
I\'m Lavanya. I was working with one leading KPO as Lead HR and I have got total of 10 yrs experience due to maternity I was not able to continue and by now its 1.5 year and I\'m afraid I won\'t be able to re-enter the job bcos of my break. Can any one let me know about the normal rules whether it is accepted.

From India, Mumbai

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Dear Lavanya Yes, you may get job as the break in job due to health and other reasons which can be considered. You have plenty of opportunities in Mumbai. All the best Lakshminrayana
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Lavanya
You should have opted for Maternity Leave for the company.. It's sounds that you have resigned/left the organisation and it's now 1.5 years gap.
So you won't be able to get the position in the same organisation.
Yes their are plenty opportunites and start applying for it.
Regards
B.Anand Kumar

From United Kingdom, London
Ms lavanya,
as mr. Anand said you could have applied for maternity leave. Now-a-days child care leave concept also developed. It would be better option to apply first for maternity leave followed with child care leave if any to safeguard youir position.
However with ur experience you have more opportunities,if otherwise happened
regards
k srinivas

From India, Chennai
Hello Team,
Thanks for the reply. Ihave 2years of experience in recruitment field. Due to my marriage I relocated to Bangalore and I've 6months carrier gap. When I joined in my present company they told me to join as fresher because of job gap. Again I started as junior hr. If in future I face such kind of situation what to do please suggest.
Regards
smith

From India, Bangalore
Hi Lavanya :
You can certainly get a job but while applying you should be clear about the type of role and at what level (mid-mgmt, senior mgmt) you want to take up. This is very important especially to be able to strike work-life balance. I too have taken a break post-maternity for 1.5 years. While reviving back my career i initially took up a junior-mgmt level position (though earlier I was in a mid-mgmt level position) and then after a year I switched to a full time mid-mgmt level position by then I was sure I can strike a fair work-life balance. I had formerly worked for 3 top IT companies but now choose to join a startup which was in close proximity to my home. Though I had to compromise on the compensation front but then once you get into the flow and do good work automatically good salary follows.
ALL THE BEST. I am sure you just need to go out and explore the available opportunities.
- Gia

From India, Pune
Tanz for all your valuable comments. please let me know if any one can help me to renter the job. Regards, Lavanya Nandha Kumar. C
From India, Mumbai

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