Thread Started by #S Arefin

Hello! I have been working as a generalist HR for the last 5 years in IT industry. I wanted to shift to a role with more responsibilities and scope of growth. The problem is that the responses are generally for similar roles from similar companies. I also don't know how to overcome this.
I heard from a few consultancies that some companies do not hire people who did graduation through correspondence. I did my graduation and postgrad through distance.
Connecting with people on Linkedin has not helped as either they do not respond to messages or when they do, they do not have positions open.
I also considered getting SAP certified, but the cost and having interviewed a few unemployed SAP certified people made me think otherwise.
If anyone can suggest a solution, I would really appreciate.
26th November 2018 From India, Kolkata
The same problem I am facing. Its really hard to get a better opportunity when you are distance learner.
6th December 2018
Dear S Arefin,
What is happening with you is unfortunate, nevertheless, the reasons for your candidature getting eliminated could be different. First one is of course intense competition. Second pertinent reason could be your existing role. What exactly do you do in HR? If the role is too narrow then prospective employers could be considering you a novice.
Your concern about your qualification is understandable. Nevertheless, what matters is not whether you did your graduation through full-time course or through correspondence but how much knowledge you have retained. Secondly, whatever you have learnt whether you could apply in your job. Lastly, what something new you learnt and then applied it in your job. Possibly, you could not get opportunity to do all this.
Keep on trying. But then be prepared for the interview forever. When the opportunity strikes that you may not know. That time, because of your unpreparedness you should not while away your chance.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar
7th December 2018 From India, Bangalore
Iam worked as 1year accountant in service industry and I wanted to know the trading Accounting information in manufacturing company.
19th December 2018 From India, Kakinada
Hi,
Working while any accident occurred to the employee there is an major bone fracture ie., hand OR leg abnormal condition from ESIC can get pension whether he will be work OR at home also? What is the procedure for the same kindly advice me.
With kind regards,
Savitha
20th December 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Hi Savitha,
If accident occurred in factory premises then have to submit accident report form-12 within 48hrs of accident. After admitting in hospital the treatment procedure will be done. After the ip will get leave amount from esic in his/her sanctioned leave and at final stage the ESIC branch will send IP to Medical board for the fitness. The pension will be eligible to the IP in case of only permanent disablement(Loss of any part of the body), in other cases the ip will get treatment and leave amount from the ESIC. I hope this post helps you. If any mistakes can suggest.
Regards,
Meera Sharif.
20th December 2018 From India, Jabalpur
Hello Arefin,
I agree with Mr. Divekar.
And you must not think about what other people are saying or think. Instead of doing this, you must try to increase enhance knowledge and prepare for your upcoming interviews. If you want to work with core HR, you must have to enroll yourself for relative certificate courses which will definitely help you.
About, distance education, I personally know many of my contacts who are sitting in top management with many good companies and have done their post graduation from distance education.
Apply for more jobs, be confident with your present knowledge and experience, keep learning.
Good Luck
22nd December 2018 From India, Gurgaon
Thank you so much Mr. Divekar. It was very insightful.
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Hi Arefin,
I could only suggest you that you be confident as whatever you have acheived as your qualifications.Keep yourself updated with lateste trends in industry and interact with people from industry. The best I can do is Just share your cv with men at . I shall circulate in my group. Knowedge is never waste. Waste is when you dont use or share it.
5th January 2019 From India, Vadodara
Connecting with people on LinkedIn will not push your career. There are many other options to promote yourself , make noticed...Why not attend conferences , send creative CVs, go to courses to get higher qualification - act! Simple clicking "Connect" button does not work
10th January 2019 From Turkey, Istanbul
Hello Arefin
Linkedin is one of the tool of recruiter. A LinkdIn profile and connecting with people and educational certificates will not give hundred percent assurance for employment chances. Do not think like that. Soft skills are important in today's world. Soft skills are not learnt in school and college. Employment chances are depend upon the job market conditions/situations and compititions. We are living/going to live with artificial intelligence (robotic)/ automation world.
Update and upgrade yourself and keep moving.
An adaptable mind is an essential tool for navigating today’s ever-changing world, as yesterday’s solutions won’t solve tomorrow’s problems.

Yours Sincerely

Mohan Nair
Today From India, Mumbai
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