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Unregistered 10-04-2013 04:13 PM

Hi all, I need advise.

I have been in the HR role for about 5 years dealing C&B, recruitment and some administrative stuffs. I am thinking how should I articulate into the next level. I hope to be involved into areas like talent management and organization development.

I stumbled upon the Master of Science in industrial organizational psychology offered by City University of New York in Singapore. Any thoughts of this program?

Unregistered 10-04-2013 06:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 35582)
Hi all, I need advise.

I have been in the HR role for about 5 years dealing C&B, recruitment and some administrative stuffs. I am thinking how should I articulate into the next level. I hope to be involved into areas like talent management and organization development.

I stumbled upon the Master of Science in industrial organizational psychology offered by City University of New York in Singapore. Any thoughts of this program?

Seems like you were mostly doing a lot of generalist stuff for the past 5 yrs, why suddenly want to move into specializing in talent and OD? These are highly sought after roles which I doubt any company will just hire a ops generalist to take up.

If you want to move into spec area, at least go for C&B or recruitment where you have some admin exp maybe still got 10% chance, blindly apply for spec areas you have no prior exp like talent & OD chances are close to 0.

For HR all these certs are useless, what you need are the right connections and strong specialist experience in a big global MNC.

Unregistered 11-04-2013 12:02 PM

Dun waste time & money on non-technical Masters like org pyschology. You won't learn anything from those unless you are already in a senior management position.

Look at all the senior and high paying hr people, hardly any of them got anything more than basic degree.

Unregistered 12-04-2013 02:22 PM

Do MBA can move up to be HR Directors

Grace Lim 12-04-2013 02:40 PM

Experience counts too. Not just about paper qualification.

Green Giraffee 12-04-2013 02:56 PM

hr pay is good

Strawberry Laksa 12-04-2013 03:24 PM

I want 2 join your company. I in HR work until like bangala.

Grace Lim 12-04-2013 03:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Green Giraffee (Post 35707)
hr pay is good

I don't deny remuneration for HR positions are desirable. But do please consider working hours. HR officers at my end often put in extra hours without OT claims.

Glue Stick 12-04-2013 05:52 PM

heard hr pay & benefit goods

Ruffled 12-04-2013 08:58 PM

Hi all the hr gurus, any advise on the working environment and reputation of RecruitFirst (a recruitment consultancy under HRnet One umbrella), or HRnet One in general? Please advise, thanks!


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