Thread Started by #pankajkumarpujari

Dear senior, I am working as Manager-HR 7 having more than 8 yrs of experience.
Want to take a break from my career for 2-3 months due to some personal important commitment. Need all seniors guidance, does this break will effect anywhere in my career, Will any Organization were ready to hire me after 2 months of break.
Pls share your guidance & suggestion.
Pankaj Pujari
16th July 2015 From India, Delhi
This 2 months of break will not hamper your professional growth/hiring by new organisation.
If your profile is good then there should be no problem to have break of two months etc for urgent personal problems.
IF the break is unavoidable then you must go ahead,but plan it carefully in consultation with your present company itself.
Will they give you unpaid leave?
Probably you could do some course also during this break on HR related topic if you can fit in a block of two/three hours during this period.
16th July 2015 From India, Pune
Dear Nathrao,
Thanks for sharing your views.
And I also assume that I don't have to compromise on my salary while joining back after a break, will get atleast what I am getting currently.
Pankaj Puajri
17th July 2015 From India, Delhi
Mr Pankaj,
It is like this,when you finish your break and hopefully you acquire additional qualification/skill and on job opportunities at that point of time.
So there can be no guarantee that you will get same salary,you could even get a better offer also.
All depends on opportuntiies,how you present your CV and how the interview plays out.
17th July 2015 From India, Pune
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