Dear Seniors,
I have done my MBA in HR (major and Marketing –Minor), I posses 7 yrs of experience in the industry and currently working as Asst. Manager – HR with a small company. I am in Bangalore from past 1.5 yrs and planning to stay for some more time (may be another 4-5 yrs.). I want to grow in the industry and I am planning go for my further studies and do SAP-HR, as I could see that all BIG companies are providing good opportunities for HR professional who are SAP qualified.
There are following queries which are bothering me:
1. Will this gap (as I will be doing my regular studies) will affect my career?
2. After doing the SAP course, will my 7 yrs. exp. still be counted?
I would really appreciate you all to help me in deciding on the same and also, what kind of safety measures I need to take while selecting the correct college/institution for SAP in Bangalore.
7th November 2013 From India, Chicalim
Dear Smriti,
The most preferred option for your further studies is doing SAP-HR with pursuing your career because employment gap is indeed a issue but if you cannot pursue your career with your studies then you should mention your employment gap in your resume efficiently. The below article will help you to full fill your employment gap
Your Career Lion: How To Explain Employment Gap In Your Resume
7th November 2013 From Pakistan, Karachi
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