HR & Labour Law Advisor
12th January 2017 From India, Mumbai
18th January 2017 From India, Visakhapatnam
Since you want to develop career in core HR, it is enough if you acquire skills in preparing XL sheets,power point presentation skills and MS office.This holds good for any sector.These skills can be taught by any computer institute in your locality and you need not go to any premier institutes.Since you are currently employed and looking for a change, I do not think that the one year gap will matter.However, try to be strong in skills and knowledge to be employable.
HR & Labour Law Advvisor
20th January 2017 From India, Mumbai
Can you please suggest me on this regard.
21st January 2017 From India, Visakhapatnam
My view is that it all depends up on as to how you map your career - whether you want to specialise in a technology based HR process or to be a core HR professional. That means whether you want to be a specialist as a HR technocrat or HR craftsman. In the case of HR technocrat, probably the ERP certifications like People soft, or SAP HR ( and I came to know that Oracle has also developed some programs) will be relevant. This is more a tech function of HR but may not be a functional HR .I mean to say that by becoming a specialist in SAP HR, you can manage talent because a software can help you with data but cannot motivate people or retain talent. That requires people related skills.Having said this, I add that any knowledge in the field will supplement your skills in the core domain.This is only a view based on my understanding of the tech HR and HR function.This is not absolute. You can also consult other HR professionals before preparing your career plans.
HR & Labour Law advisor
23rd January 2017 From India, Mumbai