I was previously working in Software Industry as a Software Quality Analyst Consultant for more than 5 years.
Always curious to work as a HR Professional but didnt worked out not had any MBA degree then thought since I have Software Industry Experience I should try and go with HR Certification and then again try in Software Industry as a HR Professional as have read many experiances of people with domain change.So Googled and got CHRMP for my help and I choosed wisely.
Currently pursuing Dual Certification and hoping for the best😊
I am an electronics engineer who turned into HR , having 5 plus years of experience, my profile is a talent acquisition specialist who devises the strategy and recruitment process, as well as the actual execution of the sourcing or recruiting campaign.
My move into this profile was based on my managing placement cell during my engineering clg days, I found this profile full of passion and challenging, interesting and that’s my main motivation to stay and build my career in recruitments. I find the challenges in recruitments far more diverse and enjoyable to conquer than the ones i had as a network engineer, and now my role covers a broader aspect as I still work within the very innovative mixture of tech and business that has no boundaries to stop growth and learning.
My main motive to join HRBP(advanced) was to enhance my skill set by having a much broader understanding of things that as an HR I should learn and help any organization i am associated with in the future to help them grow by providing solutions.
Great, Thanks for sharing your introduction @manasi and @kanikasharotri! Hope your past experiences will bring in new perspectives into the academy discussions. Looking forward to read your posts and contributions 🙂
Hi, my name is Joel and i work in the field of HR. ‘HR’ is such a diverse field and its amazing how much needs to be learnt. Although, i have a few years experience in HR, i still can learn a lot more.
The very fact that people from diverse fields, be it, network engineers, scientists, financiers, etc; Change profession to join HR; gives me a thought that HR is diverse.
There is plenty of take away for all individuals. So i believe, that HR is a field for all individuals. I believe i can learn a lot over here