Thank You for your suggestion. I would like to have one more question.Will it be possible for me to switch the role in HR domain. For eg. Now I would be going into HR Operation right, will I be able to move to HR Generalist or Recruitment etc..?
The switch shouldn't take you long . However, you can apply for the HR processes at JP Morgan, ADP and other companies that run large business units.
The roles are different from what Generalist HR might be , in terms of application and geographies . At HRSS, you will gain a deep understanding of HR process, Laws and technologies used mostly in US.
You may take a long term view and switch to the Generalist HR once you have gained enough experience. This will also save you from starting your career as a recruiter, which most of the HRs are forced to do.
Recruitment helps in getting placed easily as the jobs are plenty. But the switch is equally difficult.
Hence, I echo U.K Mitra and suggest you to take this role for now. Later you can join a smaller firm as a generalist HR and proceed further in your career.
hope that helps. Wish you all the best !
I do not understand why you are looking for low paying HR jobs when you have experience and skills that will directly get you much higher paying jobs.
You have don't B Tech, which may not be as popular as BE but still recognised as important degree for software development jobs. In addition you have 18 months experience as business analyst in a portal. Your Mba will be the icing on the cake.
Do you know how many new positions are being created at just a single company like flipkart ? Add with that the massive growth other ecommerce companies are facing and the scramble for talent. Future just announced their ecommerce play. They will add 150 developers. Flipkart is recruiting about 1200. Where is the trained talent ?
Do apply there and check.
Call their HR and you will get the info you want.
Thanks for your great inputs, I would think in that way from now.
I need some more clarification as I have gained only 18 months experience as a business Analyst, many firms like flipkart, Amazon looking for 2+ years experience and moreover the company which I worked is a small concern where they used to pay be in cash. Further, my MBA in the UK is not that recognized in India. Many employers says that its just one year MBA in London. Even though I have done B.Tech in IT, I don't have much exposure and experience in IT. So I concluded and made my interest towards Human Resource. I am good a Manager and have quite good leadership qualities.
Please suggest me a career to move ahead and I am interested in any management profile which is challenging& learning and from there I would move abroad(Singapore or Dubai).
Awaiting your response.
No one is giving credence to what you have done there and no one would bother to pay a premium for it. In most cases, it adds little value.
However, with other things being equal, having MBA degree gives you an edge where the qualification and experience is otherwise equal.
While firms may ask for 2 years for some posts, they also have positions at lower levels. In any case, with the scramble for talent, people are willing to compromise on their exact requirements if you are otherwise able to convince them of your abilities.
If you have decided you want to follow the Mba way to go abroad, then you have no option but to follow the path you have already chosen and follow it