Talentsorcerer
Talent Acquisition Expert
HR_Mind
Hr Professional

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Greeting senior,
I have 2.5 Year exp in HR generalist profile, Recently I have left my job due to some political reason in company.
after deep thinking i came to conclusion that i am technically sound person and must try new opportunity in HR technical field.
I have searched a lot for HR technical field and found i can go for HR consultant.
I found there are requirement in software consultant in market like. SAP HR, People-soft etc
can anyone suggest me that how i can become HR consultant and suggest the way to start my journey in this field.

From India, New Delhi
HR_Mind: Very interesting. From an HR perspective, you don't know the career path (isn't one of the primary HR functions to work on succession planning for employees?) and from a technology perspective, you don't know SAP, PPST, etc.
What the fraternity (and potential employers) require is someone that can scope the exact requirements (called workflow in tech parlance) and someone that can 'implement' the product - ensure it's bug free, working right, etc.
To be certified on SAP or PeopleSoft, you need to google for certifications, pay millions of pounds and get certified to land a role in this field.
Do note that the HR Tech Field is also a political mine field - too many SAP HR, PeopleSoft HR module guys there all looking for a job

From India, Mumbai
Dear talentsorcerer,
Thanks for your views and your valuable inputs and time to reply on my thread.
I had confused that time, very correctly said i could google for information and i did too.
I have searched a lots, talked a lot of peoples for same now i am cleared about this. I am not going to do SAP HR.
I am going to polish my HR knowledge, work on people relation, personal development and my behavior skills.
Fortunately i got a job in reputed manufacturing plant as personnel officer.
Now i ll work on myself first.
Thanks for your response once again.

From India, New Delhi
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