You have 2 yr's of experience in HR then try to learn SAP HR-Payroll and time Management.
If you can do SAP Certification, that could help you to get job easily.
If your are in IT consulting company then enquire about the openings in SAP HR and try to shift to consulting side if possible,
Otherwise you can try for some IT consulting company and do 1 yr in HR and then try to shift to SAP HR consulting.
Because these days IT companies are encouraging the job rotation.
Hope this may help you.
Thank you for your reply.
I am already doing the 1st option and I am trying the 3rd option too. But still was confused as have no one to guide me.
While trying to search for a job into a Co. where SAP is used unfortunately they are asking me for money. Which they would give me as my Salary along with salary slip.
Is this how SAP entry level job works ? They say this is an backdoor entry.
Please enlighten me on this.
That's Sad. But my suggestion is even it takes lot of pain to find the job do it in a fair way, but dont approach this backdoor entry that won't gona help you in long run.
If you are already completed SAP HR training then drop me ur details to my mail id once( firstname.lastname@example.org).
My career path was not as traditional as most I've read here.
I hadn't even heard of SAP until getting sys admin job at utility company--> SAP basis admin was found out as fraud and fired---> I was offered SAP Basis position based on my technical acumen--> continued to learn and grow---> now working at SAP Labs.
I certainly have been lucky in how I fell into the career, but it does take hard work and a certain skill set to be good.
I have a Bacheor's degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering.
Right after college, I was hired as an entry-level test engineer in a semiconductor company where SAP was being used. I was an SAP end-user (mostly MM module) and SAP is just one of the applications we had to use so I didn't actually pay much attention to it other than to use it as our business process dictated. We used SAP to "quarantine" microprocessors!!! I remember I was only authorized to use very few transaction codes (not even SM21!!!)
After a few years, I decided to move to the city and looked for a new job. I decided that I need to shift careers from engineering to IT. So I was willing to start over again and submitted online applications for several IT positions (non-SAP and SAP). After several interviews and rejections, I finally got an offer to work as a junior SAP Basis engineer in another American MNC. They were ramping up their Basis team so I together with other new hires were sent for the TADM10-12-51 course. That's how I officially started my SAP career.
Bachelor's -> Training for 2 months in abap and IS-Utility -> Got Live Project Exposure of IS Utility -> Hired! in a consultancy-> Moved To CRM now -> Still Learning while working.....
@Thomas Dunlaley I was wondering if you can help me i am a abap and abap oo guy is it a wise step to move into CRM??
I guess my path is not so common
Senior high school (4 years, in swedish = Gymnasium) --> Military Service (1 year) --> AS400 Developer (4 years) --> Basis Academy (1998) + certification --> Basis Consultant (4 years) -> Authorization Expert (2 years) --> Portal Developer 2 years --> SAP Netweaver Architect 6 years --> Today I started a new job, still within SAP-area, mostly architectural kind of work.
Basically all IT-related education has been paid by the companies I have been working for. I am a lucky guy.