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I am working as a Staffing Consultant in A HR Consultancy firm.I Have just joined 2Days back and i want to know if there is any scope for me to be HR Manager/HR Admin/HR Generalist in the corporate world. I am a B.E.(ECE) Fresher but i am not interested in technical field so i tried in HR bt i dont want to continue as a Staffing Consultant always and i am a bit worried thinking about it coz i dont have much idea if i have scope or not.

From India, Bengaluru
see if your interested to continue as a HR means try to do any hr related certification courses like hr- pay roll,hr-generalist and continue your job in consultancy to get some knowledge about recruitment then you try for another companies
All the best
Madhu N

From India, Nellore
Hi Srishti, As Madhuji said, you should do some certification courses or if possible plan for an MBA in HR(as you are a fresher) which will take 2 years to complete.But only if you are interested in HR. By the time stick to this place where you are working & perform & grow. You continue as a staffing consultant for atleast 1.5 to 2 years. Try to learn all the different aspects of recruitment. (permanent /contract/ temp staffing).
Learn client co-ordination, excel in making reports.
slowly steadily once you excel in all this you will automatically be confident and definitely grow.
Once you complete your MBA, you can try in corporates. To try in good companies you need a degree & an experience which you will have till the time you complete your MBA.
If you perform well may be you start getting growth after a year in your staffing company.
As a fresher, if you really want to learn things staffing company is a good place.
Wish you All the Best!!
Priti Chadha

From India, Calcutta
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