I am working as a Assistant Manger Hr in a very esteemed company and looking after Statutory Compliances. I have done MBA in 2011 and have an experience of 7 years in HR domain. Now i request for guidance as to what next should i Pursue in professional career so as to build a strong career in HR domain?? your valuable suggestion will be deeply appreciated.
6th September 2018 From India, Secunderabad
#Anonymous
If you wanted to go for overall HR. Its better to have an experience in all domain of HR. It can be help you out to work as an HR Manager and above than that profile.
you have not explained what all experience you earned in 7 years. working in all domain enhance your knowledge in HR Domain.
Its my suggession, let me know if it seems to be helpful to youfeel free to ask if any information missing
7th September 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Thanks for your valuable time.
As asked in my 7 years of experience I have worked in all domains except IR. I have looked after recruitment and selection, Genralist profile, Administration, Employee engagement, Salary & wage's calculation, Statutory compliances, Fatal & Non-Fatal cases, CSR activities,etc. I recently joined 1 month back in Core Compliances team and therefore i need assistance as to what else i should pursue to make it in compliances domain that would be fruitful for my growth & Career.
7th September 2018 From India, Secunderabad
#Anonymous
As per my knowledge, HR Manager and above will be benift and growthful carreer. Since you had experience enough in all the core work of HR you are very much eligible in this industry. Try to adapt the knowledge in your current work.
since you have experience you can try to moov on the same company for profile which can include all the other HR Work(asst/HR Manager) so on or you can even try to get similar jobs in other company. meanwhile CiteHR is really helpful website which can feed us all other knowledge which we should required.
you can go thorugh similar platforms where you will get HR Domain Knowledge because only experience cannot help us to solve the future problems. It will give us insight how and when to solve critical issues. Knowledge/Skill is essential and communication is also.
8th September 2018 From India, Bengaluru
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