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Soundarya Alwa
It Recruiter@provsys It Pvt Ltd

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Hi,
My name is Eshwar, I am working in IT Consultancy and have 4 years of work experience in IT Recruitment (2 Years in US Staffing & 2 Years Domestic Staffing), I want to change my career from recruitment to HR Generalist/HR Admin but i am a B.C.A graduate only. Most of companies preferred MBA HR. Kindly advice how to approach for the HR Positions and is it possible to move HR Field.
11th April 2018 From India
You can get into HR Generalist field by 2 ways.
1st is that you can go for some courses and diplomas in HRM
2nd is that you can compromise with your salary and start from scratch by getting an internship or assistant's job in Hr Admin or Hr Generalist profile.
12th April 2018 From India, Mumbai
hai,
myself soundarya,i have completed mba into hr specialization,now presently iam working as a it recruiter from past 2months but I wanna explore other sides of core hr
but want to know that is recruiting experience will add up to my carrer
or can I shift or search job into core hr now itself
iam just confused now which one could me help me in my future
should I quit or continue that job?
19th April 2018 From India, Hyderabad
Hello Saundarya Ma'am,
Recruitment is quite different for core HR. Its the base of HR. You can compare it to Engineers working in development and testing field and some engineers works as a Technical Support Representative.
Recruitment will surely help you to understand the job role in IT sector, which will further help you to work in core HR field.
You can work in recruitment field for a while gain some good experience and then shift to Core field, it will definitely make your base strong!
Even in recruitment field has vast exposure and good salary. After gaining experience you can also open your own consultancy services or work as a freelancer in this field.
28th April 2018 From India, Mumbai
Hai Soundarya,
I think you can start applying for HR generalist profiles by mentioning your recruitment experience.I know its hard to make a switch,as hiring managers will ask for experience.Mention clearly in your Resume summary that you want to broaden your prospects in HR by being a generalist.
All the best
Joulan
21st May 2018 From India, Bengaluru
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