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Hi, Let me start from the beginning. I worked as a content writer in a small company for like 1 month and figured out that this is not what I want from my career then I thought to give "HR" a shot. So I started to give interviews and I got placed in consultancy. I worked here for 4 months and for some reasons like targets, environment etc I left this job few days back. I have figured out that I want to proceed with this HR thing only but I feel as if I do not have right opportunities in my hand right now. Therefore, I would like you guys to advice me accordingly.

I have done Bachelors with Honors in English from DU. As of now I am pursuing Masters in English from IGNOU. I am planning to do MBA in HR(Major) and Operations(Minor) from distance learning along with this I am planning to take some HR related training this summer.

P.S - Your advises/suggestions would be highly appreciated.
13th May 2017 From India, Delhi
I would suggest that you first study and understand what HR function is all about. At this stage you are and will be a 'Learner' in HR function.So as you have planned take admission for MBA HR and simultaneously apply for junior level jobs in HR at ground level . Working for recruitment agencies will come along with Business Targets.Instead Apply for Fresher jobs wherein your previous 4 month recruitment experience can help you to bag a job.But first plan your career and then take further step. Your parameters for career planning can be as mentioned below :

1.Do you find the Functional area for career interesting.

2.Do you feel you will learn and demonstrate your skills required to be successful in it

3.Do you feel it is a Long term career for you where you can climb next levels of growth.

4. Are there any cross roads of multitasking available for future to be with changing business scenario.

Please ask these questions to yourself and study the functional area as to what it constitutes.

All the Best

Best Regards,

Sumeet
14th May 2017 From India, Mumbai
Please go for Masters in HR rather than a Diploma or Short term course
14th May 2017 From India, Mumbai
Have These HR Skills, You Will Never Get Fired (Please refer to the below)
What makes HR Professional successful? Is it their expertise in human resource or versatile skills in this domain?
When we talk about Hr Professional, we always think about the qualities and versatile skills in that person including great leadership skills. A remarkable leader can give the remarkable result with in TAT. I do agree if any HR has these skills, can be the asset of the company and simultaneously can grow personally and professionally.
1. Knowledge and Expertise in Human Resources: A HR person should have great knowledge of his/her domains.
2. Good Communicator
3. Time Management and Self Discipline
4. Passionate & Innovative
5. Leadership Skills
6. Decision Maker & Motivator
7. Advanced thinking & Technology minded
8. Approachable and Strategic planner
14th May 2017 From India, Mumbai
#Anonymous
Hi Sumeet, Thank you for the valuable advice. As of now I am giving interviews for Recruitment Executive/ HR Executive position.
And I have planned things according to that only because I have figured out that this is the thing that I want to get into. Your advice is highly appreciated.
15th May 2017 From India, Delhi
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