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Jeevarathnam
Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Maulik Dave
Hr Professional
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Dear sir/Madam
For past 6 months am working as an Hr-recruiter, i want to enhance my knowledge into Hr generalist. Can anybody suggest what are all the things which i should learn in depth to be a good hr professional.

@ Anjusha K. V.
First of all, I would like to suggest to become good HR Generalist one has to be good in all segment of HRM (Human Resource Management) & HRD (Human Resource Development).
Following are the stages of HR Cycle one should learn n depth to be a good hr professional.
Manpower planning, Budgeting, Need Analysis, Recruitment, Induction, Pay-rolling, Statutory Compliance, Competency Mapping, Performance Review, Grievance Handling, Appraisal & Exit Interviews assessment.
Also keep update yourself with current best HR practices for the particular industry you are working in.
And last but not least donít forget to visit CiteHR to get the latest updates.
Wishing you rewarding career ahead.

Hi
As suggested by Maulik Dave you should have good knowledge on all modules of HRD. Rightly said as CiteHR gives all very good knowledge ofr all the HR's. You can can have sound knowledge if at all you are exploring a lot in this blog.

Thanks for your guidance.
My Friend is facing a problem.She worked in a organisation for one month and left the job without informing the management. Now after 4 months she is getting a notice from that company for absconding. She need to serve the notice period of one month orelse she need to pay her salary back.. What she should do know???

Hi
I think as for the employee of one month there won't be notice period of 1 month. But still it is unfair practice to leave the organisation with out informing.
Please check the appointment letter for notice period

Companies manager is saying that he will take legal action aganist her.. Is it possible to take legal action?? and she has not signed any bound also
but there is notice period. You should follow that period. see the appointment letter clause for notice period
Dear Anjusha,

I would like to suggest that please start interacting more with your colleagues in the HR function and understand the kind of work they are doing. Then make a list of the competencies required to do that kind of work.

In addition you may consider doing a short practical course in HR to prepare yourself for HR generalist role.

The best strategy for you would be to request your current employer for a lateral transfer in HR function. Look for a change of employer if your request is not accepted. Functional change in career is relatively easier in the same company. You face difficulties to look for a career transition and a change of employer simultaneously. However, nothing is impossible. You can achieve your dreams if you have an intense desire.

If you decide for look for a job in HR function with a different employer, then doing short practical course in HR will help you to find the job of your choice. A few people have started offering a short courses in HR.

I am a Coach and I do career/ life/ wealth coaching. I am also a trainer and a management consultant running my consultancy under the name of Aspiring People. Aspiring People also provides guidance and support for placement. Aspiring People has launched 45 hours practical HR generalist course. You can attend classes if you are based in NCR. The course can be conducted for you online with a few classes on skype/ phone if you are not based in NCR. For more details you can contact Pooja at or Mob: 08882194410

With Best Wishes,

Indu Wadhwa

Mob:09811513715

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