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Chrm Message From: rajeshhrm Total Posts: 6 Join Date: 30/04/2009
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 17/05/2009 15:29:56 Points: 30 Location: India
Hi everyone,

                  I am a fresher from coimbaore, Specializing in H.R, at present i am undergoing my project work. I would like to have your guidance on my career, I am very much passionate to Human Resource Management, at present i have an option of getting a job at t place  i do my project, but they need assurance i will stick to the company at least for an year or so, I have 2 more months to do t project, and the job designation is HR Trainee job, the workforce is comprised more of Baby boomers and Gen X, i am also preparing for entrance for the post of H.R, what could i do now...?

Q.1.Should I opt for this opportunity or wait for the best...?
Q.2 Being a fresher could i get a good exposure wen t workforce is so old will they perceive me as a H.R ...?

                                     Kindly put in u r suggestions......


Regards

Rajesh.G

Chrm Message From: dasp06 Total Posts: 7 Join Date: 30/04/2009  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 18/05/2009 07:26:23 Points: 35 Location: India

Dear Rajesh,

My opinion would be that you should take up this opportunity.  So what if you have to work with Gen-X?  Think from the other angle.  You will gain more knowledge in less time.  Join there and try not to project yourself as someone who has come to 'dominate' the things, rather let them know you are here to facilitate and in the process will learn from them.  People are difficult to handle sometimes, but not impossible.

As far as giving commitment to work for a specific time period, do not worry on that aspect.  If you do not like your job, you are free to leave irrespective of whatever they may say.  As per Supreme Court ruling, no employer can stop any employee to leave him and there is no way that employee can be forced to work.  Even having said this, your aim should be to 'learn' at this point of your career, and work for a sufficient period.

Remember, even if you do not learn how to work, you will surely learn how not to work.

So, be positive and take a call.

Good luck

Prashant

Chrm Message From: jewel.p Total Posts: 1 Join Date: 30/04/2009  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 18/05/2009 18:28:42 Points: 5 Location: India

Hi there,

I am doing my Mba summer project too.It's great that you have got a preplacement offer.

Know that I am not the right person with regards to experience to guide anyone,but when you are looking for your final placements,the two things that you got to consider is the profile you are offered and the work culture.

Chrm Message From: rajeshhrm Total Posts: 6 Join Date: 30/04/2009  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 21/05/2009 14:03:49 Points: 30 Location: India
thank you prasanth 4 ur valuable input............................
 
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