saiconsultFirst, think of your career path -which way you want to take your career and what is area of passion? The answer to this question will largely give you an idea of what you need to study in future to support your career moves. If you want to be a compliance or IR
or HR audit specialist, then studying labour laws will advance your knowledge in those areas.
HR & Labour Relations Consultant
From India, Mumbai
NK SUNDARAMAlthough the cost is slightly on the high side, you should think of going into SAP HCM or any updated version. You can finance your studies. Rest assured demand for your SAP skills will add value to your profile and also the knowledge aspect of it. Many organisations are shifting to SAP based tools for employee database, performance management and also personnel administration. Believe me, your market rate will shoot up after qualifying in SAP - HCM ie Human Capital Management.
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