Dipali kumar
I was working as a hr executive but I left my job for 2-3 years. If I want to get back to work then any organisation can take me up as their employee. Question is about what I would tell recruiters and whether my skills are outdated in the fast changing job market.
What should I prepare for applying my next job??

From India, Bhubaneswar
Dinesh Divekar
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Dinesh Divekar

Dear Dipali,
Unless it is too personal, you can tell the real reason for which you were out of job. There is no need to concoct the reasons.
Your worry of skills getting outdated is little unfounded. Service functions of the HR department which earlier was called as personnel management has remained as it. Some changes in labour laws have taken place. You can update on these on your own. The hardcore part of the HR also has remained as it is. HR's role in this function lies in improving relations with the employees or improve their engagement with the organisation. It cannot become outdated in 2-3 years.
Therefore, go ahead and start applying for the jobs. If you are MBA or have done some course in HR then open your books and start reading. Refresh your knowledge!
All the best!
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Dipali kumar
Dear Mr. Dinesh Thanks a lots for sharing valuable info. Kindly just let me know before attending the interview how should I prepare for myself or in which topics I should focus ?
From India, Bhubaneswar

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