Saswatabanerjee
Partner - Risk Management
Korgaonkar K A
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Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
KIRTI28.AUTI
Hr -executive
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Hi friends,I am having 4yrs experience as hr generalist .now I got an offer in a college as hr manager. Kindly give ur suggestion how will be the growth in education side as a hr. Reg.santosh.
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Mr.Santosh,
Better to find a job in in manufacturing setup. It will helps your professional growth. If you join a any educational institution, your exposure will come down. It may be effected your career also. Think twice and take advise from experts.
Regards,
Chandrashekar.B

From India, Bangalore
SORRY TO SAY BUT IF YOU HAVE GOOD EXP THEN PLEASE DONT CHENGE FROM MANUFACTURING TO EDUCATION. I THINK .
From India, Pune
I am not sure HOW Chandrashekar & Kirti concluded that Santosh Sahu is CURRENTLY in the Manufacturing sector.....he hasn't mentioned anywhere ???!!!
HR Generalist can be in any sector.
@ Santosh Sahu--
What is your sector?
And have you got the Role & Responsibilities of the job in the College? If Yes, can you summarize them here? If No, on what basis have you given consideration to this job in the first place?
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
The main problem is the :
- it's generally a trust not a company
- industrial dispute act, standing orders don't apply
So the management is free to act on its whims and fancies.
Which leaves you with no protection.
Few of the labour complainces apply.
And rarely is HR given any credence or respect by the management.
However if you see a challenge worth solving, you can weigh the pro and cons and figure out whether it makes sense for you.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Saswata ji,
May I ask you to elaborate on how trust is not a company and how the ID Act and IE(SO) Act do not apply to college?
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From India, Mumbai
Most educational institutions in india are run by trusts. Few others are run by sec 25 companies (at least that is what it was called under the company act 1956). Trusts do not have elaborate rules on how they are to be run, as companies have. So they are like the private fiefdoms of the trustees. Why do you recommend to someone that working for a private limited company is better than working for a proprietary? Because you are less likely to be in an unregulated environment.
The college is not a factory, it is not covered in shop and establishment. It was also clarified by seniors in a previous thread that standing orders to not apply to a college.
It is therefore a place where the employee is always at mercy of the management and trustees. The protection of law is much lesser than in a factory.

From India, Mumbai
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