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HR jobs can be helpful if you are having the right skills.. You should not be confused between HR and marketing both are good as other. But if you to decide which best suits to your skills. I think you should visit here for more information
Hi guys. I have 2+ years of work experience as a software developer and then 2 years gap in career due to personal reason. Now I have again started working as a software developer. I wish to pursue XLRI HRM program. Does XLRI accept experienced people from different background other than HR.? In interview, do they ask why you want to make a shift to HR after having 3+ years of work exp in IT industry. Will gap in my career matter in selection process for HRM in XLRI? What kind of job/role does a person with software experience and XLRI HRM land up in.?
guys i am general engineer male fresher..
IIM RAIPUR vs IIM KASHIPUR vs MDI-HR..WHICH ONE TO CHOOSE?? I HAVE NO IDEA ABOUT SPECIALIZATION??
Seniors here, do any of you have e-books of Dave Ulrich's major works in HRM? I could only get drafts, abridged versions, or ppts. And are there other indian authors writing exhaustively on HR&IR;, specifically in India, apart from K. Aswathappa? His book seems slightly dated.
Guys how is Great Lakes, Chennai for pursuing HR? Please reply
Guys what is the difference between MBA in HR and MHRM in terms of career growth??
Hi Seniors, I need advice on the HR perspectives w.r.t engineering background and having 42 months workex in IT. I have been selected into TISS (HRM-LR) course for 2014-2016 and have also converted NITIE and WL for SPJIMR (Information Mgmt) and IIFT D (hoping a convert on both once IIM K and IIM I results get declared). I am aware of the huge reputation of TISS in HRM, but when I discuss with my frnds in other b schools or who have passed out, they all opine that though HRM from TISS is great, its a different ball game for engineers having considerable work ex to study HR (for them , HR is pretty boring, no innovations, no tight schedules, rush etc etc). From the point of RoI, TISS is awesome w.r.t all my options. I am also in love with the TISS campus when I went there for my interview. Can anybody from the engineering background share his or her experience of life in HRM (not the prospects of HRM manager cause that had been dealt by Sumit who started this thread.) @Anchun
Hi i need some advice. I have 52 months of IT experience. I have converted XIMB HR, got rejected at TISS. I am looking at a cost of 15 lakhs i am unable to gauge whether or not it is a good investment. XIMB has suddenly raised its fees considerably and hence i am in a soup. What kind of opportunities should i be looking for with the kind of experience i have or is it a good idea to give it a miss
Hello Everyone ,
I have 42 months of experience in IT sector(Infosys). My experience has been primarily in functional and technical testing for Siebel CRM(Retail Sector Clients). Also, small exposures to development in Siebel.
I have converted PGDM marketing at IMT Ghaziabad and I have a waitlist in MDI, which as per trend seems, I will be getting MDI PGP-HRM.
After looking at the average package and placement scenarios at both the institutes, I would like to get some inputs on:
1. Which one should I go for ?
2. Profiles post MBA in HR from MDI at this experience.
3. Will my experience be a deterrent or an advantage ?
4. How are the growth prospects in HR.
5. Any suggestions.
Dilemma between operations and HR I have a work experience of 1.5 years at a tyre manufacturing company as an electrical engineer in maintenance department. My role - shift incharge - responsible for all shift breakdowns safety and other plant operations. almost 10 electricians report to me every shift. Does my profile suit HR or only operations? I am interested in HR @SCMHRD pune please give suggestions
I'm in a dilemma whether to choose between MBA in HR or Finance. (I'm not considering the colleges that have taken me, for now, because I only want to know about the courses)
Back ground: Engineering + 1.5 years of experience in IT, Female, good in debate and similar extra curricular activities, good in numbers.. 10 th - 89, 12 th- 89, grad -79.. , enjoy being with people, slightly judgemental.. assertive and have the guts to take up issues head-on (as thats how i get noticed), yet reserved and definitely not the chatty/partying kind. No finance connection as of now, but determined, ofcos!
I want to know how the jobs are and what will be good for me. People with experience or knowledge please help me out...
1. Are HR consulting/recruitment jobs mean head-hunters?
2. Do Finance guys have to goo up the seniors for promotions? (gen opinion and zero skills at that)
3. How are promotions in the HR line?
4. Are the financial roles highly energy consuming that you don't have time fr other things in life?
5. What are job prospects abroad after doing MBA in HR in India.
Guyz can anybody throw some light on career prospects after an MHRM course??
i've been selected in mba HR of nmims mumbai. is it worth gng? how r d placements and packages? also my waitlist no. in imt g pgdm is 9..so m definite to convert it in d next list..dre i wud prefer marketing..which is a better option?
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