Re: My Resume For Hr Manager - CiteHR
Sanjeev.Himachali
Hr & Od Consultant
Gaurang S
Hr Manager
Roopabnr
Operations Executive(generalist)

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If after 5 yeras of professional experience also you have to send your profile like this in an open plateform...that means you have nothing special in you to attract the employer and you have not achieved anything great in your professional life.
Sanjeev,
I found your post completly unethical and unprofessional.
I am sorry iam commenting on your post in an open forum like this. but please try to change your attitude. it talks a lot with just 1 sentence of yours.
~Roopa
Hi Venkatraman,
Greetings! We currently have a vacancy for Executive/Sr. Executive HR in our organisation. However, after going through your profile, I am unable to consider you for the position.
We are an IT company and we require someone who has previous experience in the same domain. Additionally, we need someone who is strong in technical recruitments as that would form about 60% of the job profile.
I wish you all the best in your search for a good job.
Warm Regards,
Gaurang
hi

greetings...

Just reading some recent posts in this Forum. Well, itís very much true that it's not the right platform to exchange resumes, but i have some questions to ask my fellow frnd who has given his feedback on such post.

it seems you are too harsh to the person and his way of approach, though you are very right from HR perspectives, but do you think it's the right way to reply him back publicly, if he has done some mistakes by sharing his profile in public and u didn't like, does it mean that HR professionals should be too reactive on his deed and reply him back so openly in such a rude manner?, wasnít it possible to tell him the truth, may be thru his personal id? or just to ignore his posts ? there are so many irrelevant posts are floating in this forum. Was that necessary to directly hit him saying that "he has not learnt anything so farĒ? or his apprach is not profession, as per your definition of profesionalism, Is it wrong to seek out opportunities, if any? Even if i need someone badly as HR professional to meet the deadline.. wont i took this cv as an opportunity to find a potential resource for my organization?

Other than this, just think there is also a positive side lying of sharing such infos in Hr forums, a cv is not just a summery of a person and his jobs, it also helps us to understand some of different approaches of practicing HR in different industries (sometimes... ). so why donít we take his post positively rather than saying him harsh words and demoralizing him like this

well.. it is just my personal opinion.. i may not be correct.. but i felt bad, not because a member been insulted by a fellow member.. but observing HR people are insulting people in a Public forum???

best regards

Deboshree
Dear Gaurang,
This is srinivas i am a mgmt graduate with HR as my stream, i guess i am the ryt person for your opening coz i am the guy sitting with 1+yrs in IT requirtments, plz do let me know how many yrs of exp u r looking out for the position.
Kind regards,
Srinivas.
Roopa
There is nothing "unethical or Unprofessional" is what I quoted and there is nothing to feel sorry about. One should go to the right plateform and at right place to get things that he or she need. You cannot sell Potatos and onions at a Clothing shop...can you???
Sanjeev,
If you are talking about right platform and right place, then i'll say yes, this is the right place and platform for many aspiring/experienced people to post their resumes...and not just a knowledge exchange forum.
I log into this site everyday... and for every 20 posts atleast i'll find 1 or 2 who would have posted their resumes seeking help from many Hr proffessionals...
and i dont think any body got this kind of harsh comments from any of the cite HR member ever before.
and i think you should read the posting guidelines before posting .. Please read through the Guidelines it will give you an idea.
And my dear you definatly made a direct attack on venkataraman.
Me being a third person, not able to digest your rude behaviour... i really appreciate Mr.venkataraman's patience for taking this at ease.
Regards,
Roopa
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