Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling

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the query is behalf of one of my friend posted to me the same post am putting here for your valuable suggestion and feedback for him.
MSG -hi my name is anvesh am working as a hr trainee at XYZ software company(employees strength is 72) am the first hr person (trainee) my problem was employer didn't inform me about recruitment process whenever recruitment happen he posted directly to naukari site and next post to our internal mail then only I seen our recruitment along with employees. am confused totally he didn't teach me anything about hr activities other things, salary will be credited end of the month but nothing I learn or hr practised. what will do in this situation please guide me
please post your valuable suggestions to him.

Nothing to worry, it happens , ask the concern person politely to teach you nothing wrong on that ask him can i help in somework, as your a Trainee it will take time to pickup, be patient learn and observe things from peoples mingle with everyone, When i was a trainee , i even face the same issues they started to give me work after three months. All the Best !!!

Hi priyaudhai,
Thanks for valuable feed back but he joined oct 2015 now he has a 7 months of experience he knows everything how to write job description and how to post naukari, end to end recruitment etc behind the reson is he close to all the employees and share all detailes to employees whatever he done entire day to and also part of the gaspipis employer said this reasons.

Hello Venkat,

Ask your friend Anvesh to try this out.

Rather than asking or expecting the Company or the boss to train him, let him politely offer to do the job posting so that the boss's time is saved--he can add that it will with his clearance. Similarly for other HR tasks as well.

UNLESS Anvesh has NOT already made a mark for messing-up some situations, any boss will usually agree.

Another way is to go thru the Job Postings that are posted & make any suggestions to present the postings better. The downside here would be the flak he will need to take IF the suggestions are not quite professional......but that's a part of the learning process.

Like other members mentioned, this is quite common for those beginning their careers. And in small Companies, no one has quite the time to formally train others. IT all needs to be learnt on-the-job.

And the timeframe of 7 months you mentioned is not a benchmark......it all depends on the confidence-level your friend generates in his boss. There's nothing of less or more time in such issues.

All the Best.



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