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    cooler0821
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  • cooler0821
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    Hi,

    I looking for HR job any lobang please let me know. Thanks.

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  • summerain
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    seriously wonder why there's such people making our worklife so miserable. i totally agree on your say about the employment matters. When there's something with regards to this, they will come to us, talking in a nice manner. Let's say if they feel or think we've miscalculated their leave/pay thingy, they will just give us this stern or "what-do-you-think-you-are-doing" look. Worst still, if those people are merely logistics/ technician staff doing it!

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  • namida
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    YEs Phinecyz, i understand how u feel, my companies did that to us too. they didn't treat us well because we are so called the 'cost factor' unlike other depts like marketing and sales, which generated revenue for the organisations.

    i was treated shabbily too. many snobbish people thought that anyone could do administrative job but they didnt know that without HR who would be there to give them advice on employment matters.

    But don't be despair..despite the 'not so good' treatments I still wanted a career in this field.

    I am lucky to be given an opportunity to work in HR back then when i had no experience at all

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  • summerain
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    wondering if any of you working in Hr dept was given this feeling "you're in the expenses statement, whilst the rest of us are generating revenue for this company". yes, i was given this feeling while working in a company previously.

    right now, still hoping to get into this post in a company where they really groom and not look down on us just because they think "everyone can do this job without the actual cert".

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  • Paris
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    just wondering which HR private degree is good and recognise. any ideas cotters?

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  • cheria
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  • cheria
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    im facing the same thing as you..wanted to change to something different and they are not willing to accept me..

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  • namida
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  • namida
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    really give up to work in this field...HR just refused to train newbies...i am willing to learn but not given an opportunity

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  • cheria
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    any tips for interviewees?? im jobless for a few mths..and i always fail at the interview part..

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  • namida
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  • namida
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    Is this field a tough one? many companies are not willing to train people ... most of them prefer experienced HR candidates

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  • fern0324
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    Personally I feel that 'bigger' companies i.e. larger headcount; typically use Peoplesoft.

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  • frankie
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  • frankie
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    Peoplesoft and SAP are systems that require hands on practice/experience. I think it is not critical for you to take the courses.

    The courses are pretty expensive. It's better for you to learn on the job. You'll remember better.

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  • namida
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  • namida
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    I don't think I will want to work in public or civil service again, i would prefer to work in private sector now. as i can gain more exposure and able me to learn more.

    Thanks for all your advises.

    Really hope I am able to secure a HR job soon.

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  • lumos
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  • lumos
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    i'm currently working as a HR personnel in an MNC. i like working here as i get to do a range of things and our dept is quite closely knit, it also helps that my colleagues in the other dept are very friendly and helpful

    i think in order to succeed in HR, you must have an outgoing personality and genuinely like being around people. it will also help if you have a good attitude and are willing to learn

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  • CaramelGirl
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    i always see HR ppl as discipline ministress in my co.

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  • fern0324
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  • fern0324
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    HR in the public sector seldom hire perm fresh graduates in the first place, suggest that you take up some contract hr jobs to get a step in

    perhaps you want to take up a course on the employment act to supplement ur dip.

    By the way, dip holder in HR departments of MNCs are typically operational. More business HR or strategic HR or specialised HR roles requires degree and above.

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