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I have started working as an US It Recruiter in a Software Company's Consulting Service (in night shift) they offered a handsome package so, I started working (it is my first job after my MBA degree). I want get in to HR generalist profile where we get to do people management,. performance appraisal, grievance handling , talent management and all. The problem is I am apprehensive about my current role and whether this experience would really help me in getting a break into Generalist profile or this experience won't be considered at all. I am very interested to work in Generalist profile. Please suggest! Am not directly into talent Acquisition, I mean I am not hiring candidates for my own company but I am hiring candidates for my company’s clients (top notch software companies in the world)
can anyone please help me out?

From India, Kolkata
Hi, this is a great start. Kindly note once you get In US Recruitment the pay structure is nothing compared to what you get in regular Domestic companies as HR generalist. The experience will help you grow to greater heights and probably this would help you in looking to work abroad. US Recruitment not only enhances your verbal communication but also your written. This will help you in better communication, recognition with mass crowd and later you can make a decision to move on to India market. I suggest you stay for atleast 1 year. US Recruitment is a totally different kind of experience and its more fun to work
From India, Bangalore
Thank you for your suggestion, but what I have noticed your designation barely changes 3 years down the lane also you remain an IT Recruiter, and profile is quite monotonous. my question is still the same if I want can I get a break into generalist profile by the virtue of this experience?
From India, Kolkata
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