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yr2112 02-08-2021 10:42 PM

Starter job for HR
 
Hi, I want to get into a company in the HR industry. The problem is I do have a diploma but is not HR related. I'm aiming to gain experience on HR as much as I can.

Job nowadays have minimum working experience requirement, which I feel I'm unable to join. What is your advice on how to achieve HR experience in my current situation ? Or are there any companies that is able to hire without experience.

Thank you! :)

Unregistered 03-08-2021 12:24 PM

I think the easiest way is to join the SG United Traineeship and hope to get experience and eventually converted to perm staff. All the best!

gurlInTech 03-08-2021 01:55 PM

My good friend is currently a HR and also from a non-hr related background. She started from contract work for some startup and with the experience she is able to jump to better companies. I feel that you should just mass apply and don’t worry so much. If the company is willing to give you an interview means you are given a chance to try to impress them. Good luck. Oh, and also try to brush up on excel functions at least like VLOOKUP and stuffs.

Unregistered 04-08-2021 10:52 PM

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Originally Posted by yr2112 (Post 179094)
Hi, I want to get into a company in the HR industry. The problem is I do have a diploma but is not HR related. I'm aiming to gain experience on HR as much as I can.

Job nowadays have minimum working experience requirement, which I feel I'm unable to join. What is your advice on how to achieve HR experience in my current situation ? Or are there any companies that is able to hire without experience.

Thank you! :)

Join as a hr intern, it might help.

yr2112 05-08-2021 10:53 AM

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Originally Posted by gurlInTech (Post 179145)
My good friend is currently a HR and also from a non-hr related background. She started from contract work for some startup and with the experience she is able to jump to better companies. I feel that you should just mass apply and donít worry so much. If the company is willing to give you an interview means you are given a chance to try to impress them. Good luck. Oh, and also try to brush up on excel functions at least like VLOOKUP and stuffs.

Thanks for the info. Will do that. It really gets easier once you has the experience. But landing the first job is hard due to inexperience

yr2112 05-08-2021 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 179136)
I think the easiest way is to join the SG United Traineeship and hope to get experience and eventually converted to perm staff. All the best!

Thanks for the suggestion!


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