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hi,am a Senior Executive HR in a manufacturing company having 1 years of work experience.Salary is a bit on the lower side as per my expectation.What shall I do so as to get a good hike or probably a good switch given my goals.
@Anchun Hi Anwesh... could u please throw some light on whether HR professionals get executive scholarships from their department in case they wish to specialize further... like other specializations get that...
what foreign language one should learn...to have an edge in hr field ?
I have converted XLRI - HR and am waitlisted in their BM course at number 16. There's a good chance that the waitlist would clear. I have a work experience of 28 months with TCS.
I am not clear which one should I pick. I have talked to a couple of seniors, friends etc. but the confusion still persists. To start with, it's because of no specific interest for me. I like analytics, and my role in tcs was in that domain. So, if I had to point to one domain I can see myself working in post mba, it would have to be this.
People have been saying I would struggle with BM if I don't have a specific interest in my head and I should pick HR because of this. Also because BM job profiles are way more demanding than HR. But I have doubts regarding the growth and work of HR. If anyone could help me out a bit, I'd be very thankful.
what role does a HR play in training and development. EG : if i become an HR and want to work in this field then what skills will i develop in a period of lets say 7-8 years?
Hi there!Can anybody shed some light on what strategic HRM is all about?
I am planning to join for MBA this year and was searching for the various specialisations i can take and make a mind about it .i had some specific queries
1) The most general answer one gets when asked shall I join hr or finance or operations, is that you should join which interests you :). As an IT guy working in the industry for almost 2 years I have very little idea what each domain offers.My only knowledge of hr is that they recruit people, they approve the appraisals etc. Can someone provide some insights into what an hr does in a corporate ??
Does it vary as the company , if yes then what is the difference between their roles.
Which are the job prospects in the short term and long term??
The main point in putting up this question is to get to know about the domain (as a person with zero knowledge, in layman terms ) and then decide if this is what I want to do .
Please direct me to questions if this has already been answered.
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??
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