Hi All, I am working with hospitality industry since 9 and from last five years as secretary to GM. I have completed my PGDBA in HR ( 2014-16) and I have gone through HR training in our HR department. While applying for in or outside my company, no one is ready to hire a fresher as everyone would like to have experience person. If they agree to hire than the offer is half of the salary which I am getting. I have excellent administrative skills, grievances handling, ms office etc. There is only one drawback; I donít have a practical hand on the payroll.
Would be an ideal for me to change into HR field? Or Should I continue in admin?
How should I improve my practical payroll knowledge?

From India, Jalalpur
On a carrier appraisal, you move to your aspired carrier progression in the same Industry. There are some companies do give opportunities for such qualified staff, as carrier progression growth on trial basis.
From India, Madras
Thank you so much for your reply sir.
From India, Jalalpur
Dear Arati,
Rather than suggesting good or bad. I would like to cite some examples that is followed by me for my team members.
All my team mebers are put for a definite period in different roles of HR department. Very recently one of my staff was asked to represent on of our contactor's case of EPF before RPFC. Though I am accompanied the staff as head but was pleading the case to end result. I told the RPFC I am the boss but he is Guru. The fellow was for a period of one year on that job and was the last day to go for another task.
It is always advisable to work on core subject as per your qualifaication. Why doubts mound on you not understood while getting chance to work on core subject?

From India, Mumbai
KK!HR
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The administration is treated as everybody's cup of tea, relatively HR is treated as specialised job. So the shift to HR would be job enrichment. As you are interested in payroll management, while giving your option for HR field you can indicate your choice for this type of work. But pay roll is only the elementary part of HR, you need to expose yourself to the higher tasks of HR management like compensation policy or talent management or industrial relation or compliance management etc.
From India, Mumbai

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