Why I have switched to HR consultants
A few weeks back, I got in touch with my HR consultant.
He was a veteran of my previous job and had a long-term relationship with a well-known HR consultant, who asked not to be identified for fear of losing his job.
I asked him why he was using an HR consultant to run his company.
He explained that he was being offered a job by a company he had previously been employed with in the past.
The company had been doing well in the global economy and was now expanding globally.
The consultant offered me a free month of work with the company to try and convince me to take up the offer.
The offer was tempting, I told him.
My new HR consultant had done his homework, I said, and knew exactly what I was looking for.
The next day, I was asked to go to the office of the HR department.
As soon as I arrived, I had to fill out a questionnaire to gain access to my HR profile.
The person who hired me asked me what I did for a living, what I liked doing and what I had learned in the job market.
I was immediately told to answer honestly and without bias.
My experience was nothing but a marketing scam.
A few days later, I received a call from the HR manager of the company, asking me to come in for a follow-up interview.
It was a woman who claimed to be the director of HR.
She informed me that my name had been added to the HR system as a potential candidate for a job, and that I had just started the job as an employee.
My interview with the HR consultant was cancelled.
When I finally arrived, she told me that she had taken the information about me from her and my HR colleague.
This was a serious violation of the contract that we had signed before I left my job at a major technology company.
It wasn’t the first time my HR consultancy had done this to me.
After the HR contract was signed with them, I immediately asked the company for the data I had requested.
My HR consultant told me, “I have been asked by the company about your name in the system.
It is your responsibility to provide us with the data that you have requested.”
I told her that I was not going to provide it and that my HR team had already told me what data I wanted.
She continued to ask me about the data, but never explained how.
She then asked me about my company and why I wanted to join it.
She told me she would explain the situation to my CEO and I would take a leave of absence.
She asked me to leave the company immediately.
A couple of weeks later, when I arrived in Delhi, I discovered that my information had been transferred to the company.
The HR department has also taken over my data.
This is a huge mistake because HR professionals have to sign contracts and are bound to follow them.
The data I was offered was worthless.
I had nothing to lose and no leverage over my company.
My contract was very clear that I would only be able to get paid by the HR consulting company and not by the firm itself.
The fact that I have had to work under the protection of an HR consultancy is an insult to all professionals in the industry.
The contract was clearly written by HR professionals.
This shows that they have a vested interest in ensuring that people get paid.
The problem is not just my case.
HR consultants often take over and abuse HR professionals for their own ends.
I feel betrayed.
The information that I gave them was wrong.
I have done nothing wrong.
As far as I know, no HR consultant has ever asked me if I would like to join their company or take a job with them.
I want to tell you what I know.
The same HR consultant asked me whether I had worked with a person of the same gender as me.
He asked me this while trying to recruit me.
This raises serious concerns.
I’m aware that there is a lot of controversy surrounding HR professionals in India.
There are people who believe that the HR professionals are there to ensure that a woman gets promoted to senior executive.
These people are often found to be a part of the so-called “manipulation of HR professionals”.
There are also people who are also part of a cabal of professionals who use HR professionals to manipulate the system for their benefit.
A lot of people have started calling me an activist.
They think that I am trying to push HR professionals out of the field.
I am simply exposing the unethical practices of the professionals and exposing the corruption in the HR industry.
As an activist, I am constantly being harassed by HR professional employees and I am always on the lookout for any opportunities to take action against them.
As a former employee of a well known HR consulting firm, I have also had to deal with harassment by HR consultants from all sides.
The problems are not limited to my case, either.
The very existence of HR consulting firms has created