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Divya asked

Hi Sheetal, hope you are doing good. I am Divya, and i worked in Finance domain for 3.5 years, i got married in 2014 and moved to USA meanwhile i completed my Diploma in Management from Symbiosis Center for distance Learning, and i have been volunteering here as a HR recruiter for a Non Profit Organisation. Now i want to rebuild my career in HR, I didn't get my H1B :(.\nIs it possible that i can apply for work from jobs based out of India and work from here. I have all the legal documents from India i.e. my PAN card, Aadhar Card, Indian bank account.\nPlease tell me if i can do this, as i am vexed up being like this and before marriage i used to support my parents too i am not able to do that now because of financial constraints.
30 Nov 2017, 01:13am
Hi Divya, I dont think it would be possible to work in the US without the work visa. There are many different types of work visas besides the H1B. However, I might not be the best person to advise. You could consult an immigration attorney in the US. Meanwhile, continue to gain the experience by volunteering. So that when you have the right visa, your transition to the corporate career is smooth and seamless. All the best!
07 Dec 2017, 10:15am View Less
Hi Divya, I dont think it would be possible to work in the US without the work visa. There are many

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Stuti asked

I have 5+ years experience in the education industry. I worked in business development, branding, marketing, corporate tie ups as well as in student counselling and university tie-ups.\nI have taken a break from work as I had complicated pregnancy and now for my baby. It has been almost a year and a half. Presently open for a work from home option as I don't want to leave the child behind. How should I go about applying for jobs after a break.
29 Nov 2017, 10:18pm
Hi Stuti, Thanks for reaching out. Honestly, your break has not been too long and your skill set is high in demand. There are also several WFH jobs available in this sector. I would recommend that in your resume & interview, focus more on your past experience and the skills you bring to the table. Don't focus so much on the break. Put the interviewer's mind to rest by mentioning the support system you have around you and the baby. Primarily, the interviewer would be keen to understand if you can manage the work pressure and deadlines along with the new baby. If you convince the interviewer that you have done this work before and you can do it again, your restart will have no glitches :) All the best!
07 Dec 2017, 10:21am View Less
Hi Stuti, Thanks for reaching out. Honestly, your break has not been too long and your skill set is

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Aanchal asked

Hey Sheetal, I have been working freelance in the media industry pretty regularly since 2013. I never had the need to really get into a regular job as such but now that I'm looking to get a job in the same field do I have to start with an intern level all over again?
28 Nov 2017, 01:51am
Hi Aachal, not at all. You have been freelancing and consulting for the last 4 years. There is absolutely no reason that you will have to start from ground Zero. You must have samples of your past work and already built a credibility. Use that to your advantage. Include all your past projects and achievements in your resume before you start applying for the jobs. If you still find hurdles, please reach out to us and we'll together try and figure out! All the best :)
07 Dec 2017, 10:25am View Less
Hi Aachal, not at all. You have been freelancing and consulting for the last 4 years. There is absol

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Priti asked

Hi sheetal, I have taken a sabbatical for a more than five years now, I was working in MARCOM in a MNC. how to start my career again
27 Nov 2017, 07:24pm
Hi Priti. In order to restart your career, take on the same mindset you would have implemented to change career paths earlier in life, too: Stay relevant.\n\nKeep your skills current by taking up courses. Attend industry conferences & events. Follow a variety of thought leaders as well as employers on social media. It’s important to stay sharp. Employers will want to interview you when you’re job-ready, not rusty. They won’t want to have to train you and spend a lot of time as well as money. It’s typically the opposite: They look for new hires to have as little ramp-up time as possible so they can hit the ground running.\n\nYou have been out of the workforce for over 5 years. In addition to staying relevant, do things to build your confidence outside of your career. To ace an interview, you need to not only demonstrate your skill set to the employer, but you also need to showcase your confidence and soft skills, too. Stay connected on SHEROES and let us be your #CircleOfSupport during your Career Restart! \n\nAll the Best :) \n
07 Dec 2017, 10:35am View Less
Hi Priti. In order to restart your career, take on the same mindset you would have implemented to ch

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panchali asked

Hi Sheetal.I am a full time homemaker for the past 4 years .I am a Bcom,graduate and have done part time MBA in finance.I want to do something (course or job),But really confused what should i go for and how to go?Please help me in getting a direction in my life.
27 Nov 2017, 06:36pm
Hi Panchali. In order to start your career, you will have to stay relevant and gain experience. I would recommend start slow, try and apply for jobs. If you are unable to find something, take up an internship/ voluntary work in your field. Keep your skills current by taking up courses. Attend industry conferences & events. Follow a variety of thought leaders as well as employers on social media. It’s important to stay sharp. Employers will want to interview you when you’re job-ready.\n\nIn addition to staying relevant, do things to build your confidence outside of your career. To ace an interview, you need to not only demonstrate your skill set to the employer, but you also need to showcase your confidence and soft skills, too. Stay connected on SHEROES and let us be your #CircleOfSupport! \n\nAll the Best :) \n
07 Dec 2017, 10:48am View Less
Hi Panchali. In order to start your career, you will have to stay relevant and gain experience. I wo

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nishma asked

Hi Sheetal, I am Nishma and I was on a break for almost 2 years for taking care of my mother and now want restart my career, but because of gap HR's are reluctant to even consider me for interview. Please advise how to go about it.Thanks in advance.
27 Nov 2017, 02:43pm
Hi Nishma, Honestly, 2 years gap is usually a hurdle. It will be helpful to dig deeper and figure out, why is your application not moving to the next level. Is it that resume needs a refresh.. Or, perhaps, its time to take up a course to make your skills more relevant... Or can you take up an internship and add experience on your resume? \n\nIn order to restart your career, take on the same mindset you would have implemented to change career paths earlier in life, too: Stay relevant.\n\nKeep your skills current by taking up courses. Attend industry conferences & events. Follow a variety of thought leaders as well as employers on social media. It’s important to stay sharp.\n\nStay connected on SHEROES and let us be your #CircleOfSupport during your Career Restart! \n\nAll the Best :) \n
07 Dec 2017, 10:53am View Less
Hi Nishma, Honestly, 2 years gap is usually a hurdle. It will be helpful to dig deeper and figure ou

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Sushma asked

Hi Sheetal. I have been a full time homemaker for the past 9 years. I am looking to get back to having a full time job. We are now living in Muscat, Oman and I am not seeing any great opportunities.\nI was interested in taking up teaching as a career so I completed my B.Ed and got 2 years experience teaching in a CBSE school when we went to India for a couple of years. \nI need some guidance as I am in a dilemma of whether to pursue my job search in teaching or get another added qualification like TEFL on Coursera - Will that be considered?
26 Nov 2017, 01:46pm
Hi Sushma, Thanks for reaching out. Since you haven't been working for the last 9 years, i would recommend you to add another qualification before you start looking for a job again. The education industry is evolving fast and the best practices have changd. Taking up a course will not only enable you to bridge the gap, it will also make you more confident before you appear for the interviews. \nYou should also consider, taking up internships during the course in order to gain experience and apply what you learn in a classroom too. Hope this helps. Wish you all the best for your restart.
27 Nov 2017, 11:34am View Less
Hi Sushma, Thanks for reaching out. Since you haven't been working for the last 9 years, i woul

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Subha asked

Hi,\nI am Subha. I am currently on a break for nearly 6 yrs after working for 5 yrs in companies like Wipro and Aricent. Since I am the only person to look after my kid who is 5 yrs old, i have not been able to continue, though i was quite passionate about working.\nStill the flame is there in me and i m confident that i can give the same energy and effort that i had been putting before 6 yrs. But i need a job like 9 -4 from home, but still technical. How to narrow down my search and get opportunities for people like me?
25 Nov 2017, 08:00pm
Hi Subha, WFH is becoming very common with a lot of large organizations which supports/encourage flexible work culture. \nI would recommend that you apply for various WFH jobs that match your skill set on the SHEROES Job board. Meanwhile, also try and keep your skills current by taking up a course/ internship. \nGood luck in your job hunt! Stay connected :)
07 Dec 2017, 11:04am View Less
Hi Subha, WFH is becoming very common with a lot of large organizations which supports/encourage fle

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Bhonsle asked

Hello Sheetal,\nI am Shalini working in Mumbai as Regulatory Specialist. I have done my Masters in Pharmaceutics. My Husband lives in Gurgaon, I want to move to Gurgaon but want to find a job before I move to Gurgaon I have uploaded my CV on all the job portals but I do not get any response. Could you please help me with active Job Portals where I can upload my CV and try to find a Job so that I can move to Gurgaon or Delhi. I'm afraid of taking break in career, that is the reason without finding a job in Gurgaon I am reluctant to move to Gurgaon. Could you also help me understands what skills do I have to develop which would help me in long run?
16 Nov 2017, 04:02pm
Hi Shalini, I understand your concern and your decision to not quit your current job until you find the next one. I would recommend that apart from using the regular job portals, you should also use your network to reach out to the recruiters. Make a strategy- make a list of your preferred organizations and try and find contacts in those companies. I am sure if you post the list on SHEROES community or helpline, we can help you find the relevant person. \nApart from that, there are hundreds of jobs being added to SHEROES job board every day, stay on top of them. WIsh you lots of success in your move. :)
21 Nov 2017, 10:31am View Less
Hi Shalini, I understand your concern and your decision to not quit your current job until you find

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Liza asked

Hello there,\n\nI am an engineer by qualification (computer science - graduated in 1998 from Thapar Institute). I worked in the US (siebel systems, JNJ) till 2005 and came back to India with strong desire to work at the grassroots...Since then I started my own NGO - Chhoti Si Asha (based in Chandigarh). CSA works for creating livelihood opportunities for the slum women and over the past few years the NGO is doing very well and is growing at a rapid pace. For these past so many years, I have been working pro-bono because I had my savings and also because I did not need anything to sustain myself. But lately, the situation has changed - I have this need to earn but at the same time - I do not want to leave CSA as it is doing quite well (you can check us out on chhotisiasha.org; instagram - chhotisiasha). \n\nI want to know various avenue via which I can continue working for CSA and somehow get a comfortable salary or may be hire somebody for CSA and look for a job for myself. In that case, what are various job options available to me.\n\nLooking forward to a response!\n\nThanks!
12 Nov 2017, 09:36pm
Hi Liza, Thanks for reaching out. Congratulations on Chhoti Si Asha. It is lovely to see that you are working towards upliftment of women in India. I am sure finding a job with your kind of experience is not a big issue. However, there are a few other ways that you can explore - \n1. Make use of various government grants & schemes\n2. You can seek help from Corporate CSR initiatives\n3. Funding from social venture capitalists\nInformation about all above is available on internet. Hopefully this will help. All the best and feel free to reach out if we can do more to amplify the work that you are doing. :)
21 Nov 2017, 10:50am View Less
Hi Liza, Thanks for reaching out. Congratulations on Chhoti Si Asha. It is lovely to see that you ar

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Harshali asked

I was working with PSU bank (16 years) and had to resign as I was transferred outstation and could not do so because of family constraints. I have 16 years experience of Retail Banking (Operations - Liabilities). Since my last profile was Audit i received offers for same with criteria of travel which was not possible. Now the gap has been 4 years and it seems banks have policy not to recruit people with breaks. With no experience of any industry other than Retail Banking I have no idea what to do further. Sales is not my forte and I am losing hope with every passing day.
03 Nov 2017, 08:04pm
HI Harshali, Thanks for reaching out. I appreciate your concern about your break but I am not aware if the banks have any policies around not hiring women with breaks. That's not even legal, I think. \nInfact, lots of banks including AXIS, ICICI, Citibank and more have dedicated programs for returnee women. You could try applying for these banks. \nI would also recommend that, be persistent and keep your confidence high.\nPlease do keep us posted about your progress and stay connected with us on the helpline and the feed. All the best with you restart.
21 Nov 2017, 11:27am View Less
HI Harshali, Thanks for reaching out. I appreciate your concern about your break but I am not aware

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KADALI asked

Hi Sheetal! I finished Integrated PG in Civil Engineering in 2013. I joined as a Assistant Manager (Probationer) in Lakshmi Vilas Bank in the year 2015.I worked in Banking Operations. After working for 17 months due to some personal reasons and marriage i gave resignation. After marriage i realized that giving resignation was one of the biggest mistakes of my life because though my husband promised me before marriage that he would support me in pursuing my dreams and passion he stopped doing so after a few months of marriage. It has been one and half year into our marriage and right now he just treats me as a useless, selfish girl, money minded girl who is depending on the money he earns. I am going through a very low and depressing phase of my life. I want to get a job and get back on my feet again. I need guidance on which jobs i can pursue with the qualification and experience that i have.
02 Nov 2017, 08:42pm
Hi Kadali, Thanks for reaching out. In regards to the job, your break hasn't been too long so finding a relevant opportunity should be relatively easier for you. Are you facing a specific hurdle in your Job search?\nIn regards to other issues that your troubling you, I recommend that you reach out to our helpline. Our qualified and trained counselors can help you handle the situation much better. Hope this helps. And I am confident that you will be able to take charge of your life very soon. Stay connected :)
03 Nov 2017, 01:56pm View Less
Hi Kadali, Thanks for reaching out. In regards to the job, your break hasn't been too long so f

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Parvati asked

Hi m’am,\nI want some guidance regarding career. I was working with wipro kolkata till last year april. This year feb i got married. And hence my career was at break for almost more than an year. \nNow i want to start it again. But i am very much confused as in how to go about it and what to do. \nI have done graduation in BBI. And i stay in jodhpur. So please help.
01 Nov 2017, 03:32pm
Hi Parvati, Thanks for reaching out. Whats your job search experience been so far. Your break is not too long and shouldn't affect your job prospects. But its important to keep yourselves current and connected to the industry. \nYou can look for Job opportunities in Jodhpur on SHEROES Job board and also explore freelancing projects in your domain. We wish you all the best for your job search.
02 Nov 2017, 11:36am View Less
Hi Parvati, Thanks for reaching out. Whats your job search experience been so far. Your break is not

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Shakthi asked

Hi Sheetal. I have completed my BE and MBA(HR). I was woring for an insurance company as relationship manager immediately after college for 5 months and then got married and relocated to US. After a 3 year gap I want to restart my career in Chennai. I am almost a fresher now. How do I start the job hunting with the huge gap and less experience?
31 Oct 2017, 06:49pm
Hi Shakthi, Thanks for reaching out. As you rightly pointed out, you will be considered a fresher now as the work ex was very limited. This could be a good time to explore what are the career options that you are passionate about. Once you have a clear career path that you want to take, start building you skill or qualification in that field. Doing a course would be a great starting point. And try and gain some experience via internship or opt for a course that gives you job assistance. An option that you can consider is a Career in HR Analytics. Infact, SHEROES is doing some 100% scholarships in Analytics courses in partnership with Jigsaw Academy currently. Reach out to our helpline and they will be happy to share further detail. All the best :)
02 Nov 2017, 11:42am View Less
Hi Shakthi, Thanks for reaching out. As you rightly pointed out, you will be considered a fresher no

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Dipti asked

Hello Sheetal, I have worked in IT for 7 years, took a break for my kid,, & have been involved with my own venture for the past 1 year (education sector). I am now looking for an IT job that can give me flexibility. I am also open to options in non-IT sector too.
31 Oct 2017, 10:56am
Hi Dipti, Thanks for reaching out. Would love to get some more details about what exactly is your experience in IT. There are several companies offering flexible opportunities to their women/men employees these days. You can also try and apply for various jobs via teh SHEROES Job board. All the best with your job search :)
02 Nov 2017, 11:51am View Less
Hi Dipti, Thanks for reaching out. Would love to get some more details about what exactly is your ex

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Sabiha asked

Hi Sheeta,\nI am a mother to a two year old angel and on a career break since two and a half yrs. I want to get back to work now. I have about four years of experience in business analysis, process and KPO industry. I reside in Dubai and looking for a job here. \nObviously I am out of touch with the current know how of technology/domain and hence very jittery about the job search. I am BA (DU) and MBA with no technical background, yet I have been thinking about making a career shift to technical profession since I have interest in it. Along with being inexperienced in this field, I am also bothered about the age bar for entering a new profession. I know if I try to learn the required skills through some valid courses, I can fare well in the job. Its just that I am scared about being declared ineligible for tech jobs due to my educational and work background despite securing domain certifications. I am really in need of guidance. Please help. looking forward to your reply. Thanks a lot for your valuable time.
27 Oct 2017, 06:39pm
Hi Sabiha, Lovely to hear from you :) \nYour skills in Business Analysis are very high in demand in the industry currently. You could do a refresher course in Business Analysis using the latest tools and you are good to get started again. Please do not worry about your eligibility for the Job market. Employers want candidates with your level of experience, wisdom and maturity. Let those thought not worry you! I recommend that you apply for a 100% Sponsorship that SHEROES is offering in Analytics courses in partnership with Jigsaw Academy currently. Reach out to our helpline and they will be able to share further details. We wish you all the best with your career restart :)
02 Nov 2017, 12:04pm View Less
Hi Sabiha, Lovely to hear from you :) \nYour skills in Business Analysis are very high in demand in

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Ramisha asked

Hi Sheetal\nI am posting this on behalf of my sister. She has a work ex of 12 yrs as an HR. She did take a break in her career due to some personal reasons and currently looking for opportunities in Bangalore.Can you please help me out with this regard?
17 Oct 2017, 01:05pm
HI Ramisha, Absolutely. Please tell me more about the biggest hurdle that she is facing regarding her career restart. There are tips to deal with each of the aspects. Is it that her resume is not getting shortlisted or she isn't able to clear the interview. Feel free to drop me a note at sheetal.arora@sheroes.in.\nAlso ask her to apply for jobs via the SHEROES Job board.\nAll the best :)
23 Oct 2017, 02:07pm View Less
HI Ramisha, Absolutely. Please tell me more about the biggest hurdle that she is facing regarding he

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shilpa asked

Hi, My name is Shilpa Salwan. By educational qualification I am a Graduate in tourism with 6.5 years of work experience as a travel specialist with UK and US based clients. However post my pregnancy i left the job. Though i am working as a freelancer on small projects as a parenting guide however somehow i am not able to figure out how can i start my own work.I tried my hands on baking and slowly i am baking fine at home however not sure how can i go ahead with this and if this profession really has any future. Apart from this deep inside i still feel connected to being a travel specialist, as talking to new people kind of keeps me going. However not sure how can start my own travel agency too. So the bottom line is i tried few things and not sure which one will work for me. Also recently i have applied for health and nutrition course however not confident about it. Please suggest how can i channelize my energy and experience in a positive direction as may be doing business is in my blood and i need guidance for how to achieve my dream.
13 Oct 2017, 11:02pm
Hi Shipa, if your passion is being a travel specialist and you love talking to people than you should stick to that. Work is much more fun if you find something you love to do. As far as starting your own Travel agency is concerned, you can find a lot of articles online if you google. At SHEROES, we will try our best to bring an expert to talk to women regarding starting a career in travel. Stay connected and all the best. Hope you achieve your dreams very soon :) \n
23 Oct 2017, 02:11pm View Less
Hi Shipa, if your passion is being a travel specialist and you love talking to people than you shoul

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Neha asked

I want sponsorship to start a new buisness a small Burger restaurant...where and\n how can I apply?
06 Oct 2017, 06:45pm
HI Neha, there are some government schemes that you can benefit from. You can also check out the Start-Up India Scheme for Women Entrepreneurs - https://www.sarkariyojna.co.in/start-up-india-scheme-women-entrepreneurs/\nAll the best with you new business :) \n
24 Oct 2017, 10:44am View Less
HI Neha, there are some government schemes that you can benefit from. You can also check out the Sta

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Chaitra asked

Hi Sheetal,\n\nThis is Chaitra and I have around 13 years of experience in Finance – Accounts Payable.\nI have 2 kids and the youngest being 16 months planning to take a career break for sometime.I want some tips to keep myself updated during this period and also search for some part time job or start some business. Please guide me.\n
03 Oct 2017, 06:02pm
Hi Chaitra, Its great to see that you have already started preparing for your restart even before your break. I cant stress enough on the need of staying connected and current during your break. You can either choose to take up a part time job, cut down your hours with your current employer. or even take up a course to up-skill yourself during your break. Entrepreneurship is also a good idea but it needs a lot of time commitment. And in most of the cases, your personal life tends to take a back seat (temporarily). The decision has to be yours but I am sure you will do perfectly well as you have already started thinking in the right direction. All the best :)
24 Oct 2017, 11:01am View Less
Hi Chaitra, Its great to see that you have already started preparing for your restart even before yo

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Sravanthi asked

Hi Sheetal! I am sravanthi. I had an experience in IT(services- Sys admin) for 3 years. Later I too break after marriage and assisted my husband in his interior design business and started to blog in my free time recently. Right now I am 7 months pregnant and want to pursue Executive MBA(mostly in General/Business Analytics/Supply chain) in the next academic yr. I'm looking for a 9-6 job role that uses my Ex. MBA and experience (considering as a blogger too) May I know which job role suits my profile with or while pursuing MBA, with a decent package? Your suggestion would be of great help! Thank you!
02 Oct 2017, 11:34pm
Hi Sravanthi, Thanks for reaching out. It would also be nice to know what were you blogging about. Do drop me an email to sheetal.arora@sheroes.in and I will try and assist. All the best :)
03 Oct 2017, 11:35am View Less
Hi Sravanthi, Thanks for reaching out. It would also be nice to know what were you blogging about. D

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Nidhi asked

Hi Sheetal,\nI am Nidhi Gulati,my hubby deals in kitchen appliances, we are into manufacturing as well as trading across India,we have a huge offline network of dealers and distributors PAN India but I want to promote our brand using digital means like social media marketing SEO etsc so want to learn how to do that .Do SHEROES provide any practical training for the same or else can you guide me how to promote out brand online,as this is an era of Internet and it is said that if your business is not on internet its no business at all.Thanks
28 Sep 2017, 12:37pm
Hi Nidhi, Thanks for reaching out. It's brilliant to see how you are looking to promote your business online. Smart move :) At SHEROES, we provide you regular updates regarding all courses, workshops, events happening near you. Keep a track via the Resources section on SHEROES. See details here https://sheroes.com/career-resources-for-women.\nWe also conduct webinars related to such topics, stay connected with us. You can also reach out to our counsellors on SHEROES app and see if they can provide you additional resources. Wish you all the very best with scaling your business. Thanks - Sheetal
29 Sep 2017, 05:02pm View Less
Hi Nidhi, Thanks for reaching out. It's brilliant to see how you are looking to promote your bu

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charu asked

hello ma'm, I am M.Tech qualified in computer science, 2014 passout. I have 1.5 years of experience in teaching as assistant professor in department of computer science. Now, after 1.5 years of career-break, I want to restart my career as Data Analyst or Business Analyst. I don't want to enroll myself in any course. Though i can go for internship or directly into job. I have good conceptual knowledge of DBMS, Data warehousing and mining. Please suggest me how should i approach or any direct opportunity if possible. Relocation is not any issue for me. Though, my preferable locations are Delhi/NCR and Hyderabad.
20 Sep 2017, 06:07pm
Hi Charu, Thanks for reaching out. Data Analyst/ Business Analyst is a great career choice and the profile is in a high demand. There are various organizations that provide Analytics training these days. Please reach out to our counselors on the SHEROES app and they will be able to share the details of some course providers. These are online courses with live projects that will help you find relevant job too. All the best :) \n\n
27 Sep 2017, 04:06pm View Less
Hi Charu, Thanks for reaching out. Data Analyst/ Business Analyst is a great career choice and the p

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Anju asked

Hi, Sheetal. I am ICWAI ( Cost Accountant) and having a 15 years of experiences in Costing, Accounting, Finance, Budgeting & MIS in manufacturing companies. Last Oct 2016 I am not working because of some personnel problem ( Child issue) , I want to start work again . I looking for a part time work, assignment based work or start some business , so that I will manage my home and professional life both. Please guide me.
15 Sep 2017, 02:56pm
Hi Anju, Thanks for reaching out. You can apply to various part time jobs in Finance listed on SHEROES. If you are looking for entrepreneurial opportunities, tell us more about what are your interests and we might be able to help. All the best :) \n
29 Sep 2017, 05:06pm View Less
Hi Anju, Thanks for reaching out. You can apply to various part time jobs in Finance listed on SHERO

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Akash asked

Hello Ma'am,\n\nI have been working for past ten years, even continued working post birth of my child but now as she started going to school , had to take break from my career ,i am looking for options which can be done from home and i can keep my self financial secured and Independent .\n
12 Sep 2017, 11:55am
Hi there, thanks for reaching out. A lot of us are sailing in the same boat. I also took a couple of career breaks myself. WFH is a great option to get started. I recommend that you look through our WFH Job listings and apply for the ones that interest you. Also tell us more about your skills and we can assist. All the best, Sheetal :)
29 Sep 2017, 05:11pm View Less
Hi there, thanks for reaching out. A lot of us are sailing in the same boat. I also took a couple of

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Nupur asked

Hi, Sheetal, I have worked in media as Content and Scriptwriter for 4 years and after getting married I worked as a counselor.And was doing good with it but Still not satisfied with my job I studied digital marketing with the hope of starting my own agency. Now that I have completed my course, i am not sure as where and what to start.i have a dream of starting my own business but lack of guidance is my hurdle I think.Please guide me as for how can start my business in digital marketing.
05 Sep 2017, 05:21pm
Hi Nupur, Thanks for reaching out. To begin with, I would like to congratulate you for taking charge of your career. A lot of us, like to change careers but not many are able to take the leap.\nThere are many women led digital marketing companies that are very successful. In order to be a part of the list, I recommend that you start by taking up digital marketing projects. You can start by reaching out to companies that are doing work that you resonate with. Once you have a couple of projects and a few case studies under your belt, scaling would be so much easier. I also recommend that you join Sheroes community for Entrepreneurs. Also follow Sheroes founder - Sairee on the mentor board. She has mentored a lot of start-ups and she can guide you well. All the best and keep us posted :) \n
06 Sep 2017, 11:57am View Less
Hi Nupur, Thanks for reaching out. To begin with, I would like to congratulate you for taking charge

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vanishree asked

Hi Sheetal, need your assistance for me. Currently m working for an MNC, but no job satisfaction at all, m not able to learn the new things to switch outside from this org. I had terrible break up in my love life, feeling to end up life m paining a lot internally not able to come out of the things happened. I don't know what to do further. Wish to be always busy to forget the things of my life, but unfortunately m not able to be busy in any of the things, wanted to hang out somewhere , but not feeling to mingle with anyone. Always m feeling alone and became alone. I wanted to do something and be busy always. Please help me on this.
04 Sep 2017, 12:29pm
Hi Vanishree, Thanks for reaching out. I understand that a lot is going on with you on the personal and professional front. This could be a time for you to consider immersing yourself in a hobby /interest or even learning a new skill like joining a cooking/yoga class. You need a space to heal, let go, move on and take charge again. You could consider a healing therapy or workshop. But trust me this phase too shall pass and a few years later when you look back, you will have a smile on your phase seeing how beautifully you bounced back to life. We are here to support. You can also consider reaching out to our counselors via our helpline. Love and Hugs..
06 Sep 2017, 12:53pm View Less
Hi Vanishree, Thanks for reaching out. I understand that a lot is going on with you on the personal

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neelofar asked

hi sheetal i m new on sheroes..m neelofar can you provide me home based job like data entry .. i want home based job because .m pregnant for seven months...\n
30 Aug 2017, 10:35pm
Hi Neelofar, Thanks for reaching out. Congratulations on the big news. \nThere are several WFH jobs listed on Sheroes Job board. You can apply for the jobs that suit your skill set. Although, with the baby coming soon, you will need to build a big support system around you to be able to work and care for the child. I hope you have worked that out too :) \nAll the best and stay in touch!
31 Aug 2017, 04:47pm View Less
Hi Neelofar, Thanks for reaching out. Congratulations on the big news. \nThere are several WFH jobs

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Nidhi asked

Hello Mam,\\n\\nI am working in a cloud telephony company from last 1 year.Initially, I was working in a technical support team and now in a Delivery team.I want some growth in my work and learn some technical things.Please suggest me a way forward. I am not good in coding and languages but i want to learn while I work.
28 Aug 2017, 11:22am
Hi Nidhi, Cloud computing is one of the most talked tech trends today. There are various roles that you can consider within this space. These could be related to management, IT systems, end user support, application development, business analysis, network, security and web development. Every role requires specific skills. I would recommend that you identify your strengths and choose one of the fields based on your interests and start training in that. Hopefully this answers your query. If you need further assistance, feel free to reach out to the helpline. All the best :)
31 Aug 2017, 05:14pm View Less
Hi Nidhi, Cloud computing is one of the most talked tech trends today. There are various roles that

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Madhusmita asked

Hi Sheetal, \nMy sister has completed BTECH in computer science.\nBut due to some problem,She is unable to find any opportunity.\nNow She has gap of 2 years.\nPlease let me know if anything can be done.\n\nThanking you\nMadhu
23 Aug 2017, 03:46pm
Hi Madhu, Thanks for reaching out. What do you think is the biggest hurdle your sister is facing. Is it her Resume, her interview skills, or outdated skills. Once you identify the root cause, it would be so much easier to work towards a solution. I also recommend that your sister create a profile on Sheroes and also get in touch with the helpline. We will be able to provide her the right resources that can help her make a successful career comeback. All the best :) \n
27 Aug 2017, 02:53pm View Less
Hi Madhu, Thanks for reaching out. What do you think is the biggest hurdle your sister is facing. Is

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Pritee asked

Hi Sheetal, I am BE in computers with 5 years of experience in QA and testing, after that I went to the US in 2012 and in the USA couldn't work because of the valid work permit.I I have a break of 6 years, Now I am back in the India and want to start my IT career back.What is the best option for me to enter in IT industry again?Need your suggestion on that, Thank you!!
22 Aug 2017, 04:16pm
Hi Pritee, Identify the latest trends in your industry. What has changed in the last 6 years when you were on a break. Retrain yourself in those skills and bridge the gap. When you retrain yourself, the employers recognize that you are willing to invest in yourself. Meanwhile, also try and get some experience via internships, live projects etc. This should be able to get you back into workforce in no time. Hope this helped, wish you loads of success with your career :)
27 Aug 2017, 06:42pm View Less
Hi Pritee, Identify the latest trends in your industry. What has changed in the last 6 years when yo

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Richa asked

Hi Sheetal. Want to start working with which i can have work life balance also. I am MCA with two years experience in IT company. Took a break... (its around 8 yrs.) for grooming my kids. Now I want to restart but not able to decide as to what should I do, so that I can give time to kids also and do something with 3-4 hours of engagement. Plz help me out.\n
22 Aug 2017, 12:12pm
Hi Richa, With the technology advancing every day, WFH options are very easily available. You can check out Sheroes Job board and apply for the jobs that match your interest and skill set. All the best :)
27 Aug 2017, 06:56pm View Less
Hi Richa, With the technology advancing every day, WFH options are very easily available. You can ch

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Mehnaz asked

Hi Sheetal,I would like to thank you for your time to answer our queries. \nI am BE in IT with 5 years of experience in software.Then I have an intermittent break of 6 years.While on the break i ventured in entrepreneurship and had online store.Ideally I should have an experience of 12 years.\nI am interested in data Analytics.Would it be wise to make a switch at this time? I have already learnt statistics and analytics using R courses.\n\n
21 Aug 2017, 11:22am
Hi Mehnaz, Analytics is a great space to be in. Every industry, every company has to use analytics to make smart and informed decisions. And I am confident that you have explored your options, figured out whats the best for you at this stage of your career and thus making the move. Have faith in yourself and give it your best. I am confident you will nail it. All the best :)
21 Aug 2017, 02:50pm View Less
Hi Mehnaz, Analytics is a great space to be in. Every industry, every company has to use analytics t

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arshi asked

Hi Sheetal. Need your advice on starting up my business. I'm returned to Kolkata 4 years back and have been thinking of starting up with a training/ Montessori school. I will be in bangalore for a few days, are there any consultants who I can meet to get clarity of the process of starting up? I have 10 years of experience in recruitment HR & admin function .Looking forward to your advice.
20 Aug 2017, 09:57am
Hi Arshi, Running a school/preschool is a great choice as the demand is only rising. You have experience in admin so running day to day operations of the preschool will come easy. There are resources available online and organizations that will guide and certify you to start a preschool. Please have a look online and you should be able to find some. All the best. And let us know how it shapes up in Kolkata :)
21 Aug 2017, 02:56pm View Less
Hi Arshi, Running a school/preschool is a great choice as the demand is only rising. You have experi

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Jahnavi asked

Hi ma'am, thanks for the response. Yes I'm looking for full time job. Biggest hurdle is that my resume will be looked at but I will not be contacted, so I don't know what I lack. It must be either my work experience or my skills. If I start working now I can build my career.
17 Aug 2017, 01:34pm
Hi Jahnavi, Please try to build on your experience. Take up an internship with a start-up in a field of your choice. Once you have relevant experience on your resume, your profile will be shortlisted. If you need further clarity, please reach out to our helpline on the Sheroes app. One of the counsellors will be able to guide you further. All the best :)
17 Aug 2017, 02:01pm View Less
Hi Jahnavi, Please try to build on your experience. Take up an internship with a start-up in a field

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Suma asked

Hi\nI am suma and I have been working as as PGT English for the past nine years. Right now I have shifted to Bangalore and i am trying for online teaching, I have applied at many places but not getting a right one. kindly help and guide me.
09 Aug 2017, 07:37pm
Hi Suma, There are many platforms that are engaging with Online Teachers. I can think of a few - Vedantu, Vidya Next, Byju's and they are all based out of bangalore. What is the biggest hurdle you are facing right now? Do you get interview calls or your resume is not getting shortlisted?
11 Aug 2017, 06:01pm View Less
Hi Suma, There are many platforms that are engaging with Online Teachers. I can think of a few - Ved

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Oliya asked

*Hi! \\n\\nI have been working in a hotel at a manegerial position for 7 years now. In the same function and capacity . I feel that my learning has stopped and am now stagnate which compels me to ask for a change. I was exploring alternate job options (those that will add to my skill set) but often find myself getting lost as I don't know where to start or how to go about finding a job that will add value to me and will help in my career. I was hoping to speak to someone who could guide me through this process. The priority for me here is to learn and add to my skill set that will allow me to be more relavent in the future with regard to my career.... a little help please!!! \n01 Aug 2017, 12:52pm\n\n*Hi Oliya, Feeling the need to learn something new and grow is only natural. But it is also very important to understand, what are your real strengths. Have you identified the area you will like to specialise in? Once you have, it will be much easier for you to navigate through the corporate maze. Once you tell us more about what you see yourself doing, we can recommend some upskilling options. All the best :)\n\n*Thank you for taking my question!! But i have so many more!!! Would you know someone i could speak to in this regard?
09 Aug 2017, 01:42pm
Hi Oliya, Please download our app on Android - http://tinyurl.com/she-wr and contact the helpline. We will be happy to help :) All the best
11 Aug 2017, 06:08pm View Less
Hi Oliya, Please download our app on Android - http://tinyurl.com/she-wr and contact the helpline. W

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Juhi asked

Hi Sheetal- Im currently working in an IT company for a non HR domain and currently looking for change and continue and grow my career in HR but given I have worked in non HR domain(resource management) for 2 years- my profile gets rejected everywhere- need your guidance how to turn this around. I have done my masters in HR , internship in HR and my 1st work experience was in recruitment central functions- please guide/help.
08 Aug 2017, 11:12pm
Hi Juhi, You have already ticked all teh boxes. You have qualification, internship and experience in HR. Making a shift in HR shouldn't be very difficult. So is it that you are not getting interview calls or your are not being shortlisted after the interview. Would look forward to your response.\nThanks\nSheetal
08 Aug 2017, 11:35pm View Less
Hi Juhi, You have already ticked all teh boxes. You have qualification, internship and experience in

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Sangita asked

Hi Sheetal, I am a senior IT professional with more than 25 years of experience in IT service delivery. However in the last few years of my overseas stint, I got a lot of exposure in Corporate sustainability activities and developed a keen interest in the same. After coming back to India, I also completed an academic thesis paper on Green Computing in the context of India. At the moment I intend to change my career stream to Sustainability, E-waste management and Green Computing. However I have not been able to find any opportunity. In fact I have not been able to find a channel through which I can look for an opportunity in this field. Would you be able to guide me in this direction? Thanks in advance, Sangita
04 Aug 2017, 11:02am
Hi Sangita, Thanks for reaching out. I think you have made a good start already with your transition. You have already published papers, Great start :) CSR jobs are few and get filled by referrals and connections quiet frequently. I recommend the following hacks if you haven't already tried them: 1) help plan a sustainability program for your company 2) Use twitter. Almost all CSR leaders have twitter accounts. Follow the hashtags like #CSR, #susty #ESG, #SRI, #CSRchat #sustainability; 3) Use social media to share your thoughts and knowledge. Your online presence can do you a lot of good; 4) Attend conferences to build your network in the sector. Hope these tips can help you make your next career move. all the best :)
04 Aug 2017, 12:43pm View Less
Hi Sangita, Thanks for reaching out. I think you have made a good start already with your transition

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aditi asked

Hello mam,\nI am pursuing MBA(HR) and looking for a 6 months internship where I can get absorbed by the company. What kind of companies should I target and what opportunities do I have there?
03 Aug 2017, 05:47pm
Hi Aditi, Thanks for reaching out. What are your area of interests within the HR. Internship is a time for your to try out all you have learnt during the MBA. You can call it a test drive without making any serious commitments. Most importantly, a good internship provides you with experiences, lessons, and tools that you can use in future. I would recommend that you choose the company based on how much you can learn with them. Speak to their existing employees and see what kind of exposure you can get in the organization. Let that be your decision criteria. We wish you loads of success with your career :)
03 Aug 2017, 07:28pm View Less
Hi Aditi, Thanks for reaching out. What are your area of interests within the HR. Internship is a ti

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Lakshmi asked

Hi, my name is Lakshmi. I like to do career counseling courses. Can you please help and guide me which course is good. I am from chennaiand would like to restart my career in this field.\nThank you\n
02 Aug 2017, 04:00pm
Hi Lakshmi, Please elaborate - you want to become a career counsellor? I believe there are no courses to become one, but if you are a good listener, can help people find their true strengths, have have a good understanding of various career options - you can become a Career Counsellors. There are various companies that provide career counselling to students e.g Career Futura, Your dost, Lodestar, Career Guide etc. You can also check out Sheroes Job board as some of these opportunities are listed there https://sheroes.com/jobs/\nAll the best :)
02 Aug 2017, 04:06pm View Less
Hi Lakshmi, Please elaborate - you want to become a career counsellor? I believe there are no course

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Jahnavi asked

Hello Ma'am, I met you at sheroes summit bangalore, i have done my BE in telecommunication and M.Tech in information systems and management, I have 2 years gap after a testing training for 8 months at a company called Processware. Can you please give me guidance.
02 Aug 2017, 03:56pm
Hi Jahnavi, It was a pleasure meeting you. Are you looking for full time roles. What is the biggest hurdle you are facing while trying to make a career comeback?
02 Aug 2017, 04:08pm View Less
Hi Jahnavi, It was a pleasure meeting you. Are you looking for full time roles. What is the biggest

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Poonam asked

Hi Sheetal, I was searching work from home type of jobs, also I found one, they are giving an offer of add posting job. and a good bucks for working only 1-2 hrs a day. also they are asking for registration fee. As you know that there are many fraud companies that asks for training fee, or investments, etc etc. would like to know is ISO certificate and MCA Certificate is sufficient for the company to be true and existing or i should enquire some more? I have a doubt to invest the money and go further in it. It is a good opportunity for me to earn with take care of the my family by working from home if the company is true.
02 Aug 2017, 02:26pm
Hi Poonam, I am not sure about the registration fee. You are the one who is putting in your time & effort. Why would you need to pay the registration fee. As you rightly said, there are too many fraudulent companies around and it is advisable to be very watchful. I would recommend that you try the Sheroes Job board for WFH options - https://sheroes.com/jobs/search/skill/location/employment-type/work-from-home/career-level/company/ \nAll the best :)
02 Aug 2017, 03:30pm View Less
Hi Poonam, I am not sure about the registration fee. You are the one who is putting in your time &am

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Bugz asked

Hi,\n\n I am an ambitious HR professional looking for a better jump in my career in IT/ ITES/ BPO MNCS . The areas in which I have experience are Recruitment ,Induction and on-boarding, Training and development , Event Management, Employee Engagement, Employee Welfare and Performance Management.Pl let me know in case there is any suitable vacancy. Thank you.\n\n\nDesired Location : Chennai\nReason for Job change/Gap: Wedding\n Pl guide me as am seriously looking for a career and due to the break and recession ,recruitment are just stuck
01 Aug 2017, 08:12pm
Hi there, Thanks for reaching out. There are lots of opportunities in your area of interest. Help me understand, what is proving to be the biggest hurdle? Do you get interview calls? Where do you think are you getting stuck..\nLook forward to hearing from you. All the best :)
01 Aug 2017, 09:13pm View Less
Hi there, Thanks for reaching out. There are lots of opportunities in your area of interest. Help me

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sonali asked

Hello MAM,\n\nI am MBA graduate with 5 yr experience in banking and insurance sector. i am married and having two kids. i have taken career break of 2yr. Wanted to come back .I want 5 days working and flexible timings. Where should i apply ?
01 Aug 2017, 06:38pm
Hi Sonali, You have been in banking and insurance for 5 years. You know that the job role is demanding and flexibility is limited. Although, banks like ICICI have come up with WFH options but they are very limited. If you want to explore something relatively more flexible in your domain, you could re-skill in financial analytics. Let me know more about your interests and skill set and we can together try and work out a plan to help you make a career comeback. All the best :)
01 Aug 2017, 09:17pm View Less
Hi Sonali, You have been in banking and insurance for 5 years. You know that the job role is demandi

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Nupur asked

Hi Sheetal, I am currently on a career break. I have 4 years of experience in banking sector in customer service and operations. I have been on break for almost 7 years. Now I want to restart my career. I have keen interest in data analytics and market research. I have recently done a course "Masters in Data Science" but being a new field for me I am completely stuck. Can you advice how should I go ahead with job search as I have no experience in this field...
01 Aug 2017, 03:10pm
Hi Nupur, Thanks for reaching out. Did you course provider gave you the opportunity to intern with any of their clients in Data Science. Most of the course providers do that. If no, I would highly recommend that you gain some experience in your newly attained skill. You could do an internship with a start-up. Prospective employers want to see if you will be able to apply your knowledge in lice scenarios. We wish you all the best with your new career. Feel free to reach out if you have further queries. Thanks :)\n
01 Aug 2017, 04:15pm View Less
Hi Nupur, Thanks for reaching out. Did you course provider gave you the opportunity to intern with a

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Oliya asked

Hi! \n\nI have been working in a hotel at a manegerial position for 7 years now. In the same function and capacity . I feel that my learning has stopped and am now stagnate which compels me to ask for a change. I was exploring alternate job options (those that will add to my skill set) but often find myself getting lost as I don't know where to start or how to go about finding a job that will add value to me and will help in my career. I was hoping to speak to someone who could guide me through this process. The priority for me here is to learn and add to my skill set that will allow me to be more relavent in the future with regard to my career.... a little help please!!!
01 Aug 2017, 12:52pm
Hi Oliya, Feeling the need to learn something new and grow is only natural. But it is also very important to understand, what are your real strengths. Have you identified the area you will like to specialise in? Once you have, it will be much easier for you to navigate through the corporate maze. Once you tell us more about what you see yourself doing, we can recommend some upskilling options. All the best :)
01 Aug 2017, 04:23pm View Less
Hi Oliya, Feeling the need to learn something new and grow is only natural. But it is also very impo

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Oliya asked

Hi! \n\nI have been working in a hotel at a manegerial position for 7 years now. In the same function and capacity . I feel that my learning has stopped and am now stagnate which compels me to ask for a change. I was exploring alternate job options (those that will add to my skill set) but often find myself getting lost as I don't know where to start or how to go about finding a job that will add value to me and will help in my career. I was hoping to speak to someone who could guide me through this process. The priority for me here is to learn and add to my skill set that will allow me to be more relavent in the future with regard to my career.... a little help please!!!
01 Aug 2017, 12:52pm
Hi Oliya, Feeling the need to learn something new and grow is only natural. But it is also very important to understand, what are your real strengths. Have you identified the area you will like to specialise in? Once you have, it will be much easier for you to navigate through the corporate maze. Once you tell us more about what you see yourself doing, we can recommend some upskilling options. All the best :)
01 Aug 2017, 04:24pm View Less
Hi Oliya, Feeling the need to learn something new and grow is only natural. But it is also very impo

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Kayzeen asked

Hi Sheetal, \nI have an executive assistant/ secretary to MD/CEO etc experience of 9+years. Now I wold like to do something of my own or work from home . It is quite challenging to find the opportunity for the same, What would you suggest ?\nThank you \nKayzeen
31 Jul 2017, 05:18pm
Hi Kayzeen, Thank you for reaching out. Please elaborate on what kind of work are you looking for. Are you looking to be a virtual assistant? Or want to shift gears to try something new.. I will be able to direct you to the right resources based on that. All the best :)
31 Jul 2017, 05:26pm View Less
Hi Kayzeen, Thank you for reaching out. Please elaborate on what kind of work are you looking for. A

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DrVasudha asked

hi sheetal...My name is vasudha..I have done PhD in Chemistry with 2 years of teaching experience but on career break from past 4 years to take care of my baby.please suggest work from home options ...where I can utilize my knowledge and teaching skills. Any other suggestions are also welcome. Thank you
28 Jul 2017, 11:26am
Hi Vasudha, Thanks for reaching out. There are several online tutoring patforms in India that encourage qualified and experienced women like yourselves to work from home. If you can teach Chemistry to kids from 7th to 12th, Please take a look at this opportunity - https://www.womenrestart.com/jobs/chemistry-teacher-vedantu/ \nAll the best :)
31 Jul 2017, 10:49am View Less
Hi Vasudha, Thanks for reaching out. There are several online tutoring patforms in India that encour

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Vasudha asked

Hi Sheetal, There are freely accessible training in the Sheroes courses , can we get the recordings of those courses.Thanks, Vasudha
27 Jul 2017, 08:45pm
Hi Vasudha, Please elaborate. What kind of training are you interested in?
31 Jul 2017, 10:51am View Less
Hi Vasudha, Please elaborate. What kind of training are you interested in?

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Amruta asked

Hello Sheetal, My name is Amruta. I am a hardware engineer and worked and studied in San Diego, California for 9 years. I worked at Motorola designing the electrical hardware and in Qualcomm handling the teachnical accounts with the business to business customers. I returned to India worked for a year as it was a lateral transfer and then have been on a career break for 6 years now. I have a daughter who is quiet independent now and so I can rethink about working. My problem is how to get my skillset in front of telecom companies in Mumbai. I tried websites which hardly respond back. I want to get back in the corporate world but I am missing something.. not able to get the right headhunters or contacts in the companies. Please advise.
25 Jul 2017, 06:34pm
Hi Amruta, Thanks for reaching out. If i understand right, your Job search has not been in your favour so far. But please be assured, it is temporary situation. You can overcome it if you follow few tips:\n1. If you are unable to get any response from corporate, try your hands at small or medium size companies or start-ups.\n2. Try to update your skills if stuff has changed in your industry in the last 6 years\n3. Network and reach out to your ex-colleagues. The more you meet them and speak to them, you will be able to identify the changed trends in your industry. And you can bridge the gap.\n4, Practice your pitch focussing on what were you doing before the break rather than focussing on the break.\n\nWatch this video, might be helpful https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6mIEqtZgps \n\nWish you all the best with your career comeback. Stay connected :)
25 Jul 2017, 09:12pm View Less
Hi Amruta, Thanks for reaching out. If i understand right, your Job search has not been in your favo

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ketki asked

Hi Sheetal,\n\nThis is ketki saxena,I have almost 10 Years of experience in Data Warehousing projects which includes tool like business objects and requirement gathering .\nBeing Mom of 2 kids , i am looking for work from home or part time job in pune\nCould you please help me out if you are aware of any position or guide me if i can change my career to have my work life balance.\n
24 Jul 2017, 02:32pm
Hi Ketki, Thanks for reaching out. You have an interesting profile and there are a lot of requirements in the industry for the same. I am unsure about too many WFH options though. You can anyway check out Sheroes Job board for the part time positions available in Pune in Data Warehouse. You can also explore helping out a start-up in similar space. This will allow you to keep your skills relevant and start-ups can offer a great deal of flexibility too. Give it a try and let me know how its going. Would be happy to assist further. All the best :)
25 Jul 2017, 11:17am View Less
Hi Ketki, Thanks for reaching out. You have an interesting profile and there are a lot of requiremen

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Priya asked

Hi Sheetal, I am Priya and i am a web developer and a writer. I want to start my own work, Pls guide me from where and how should i start it.
22 Jul 2017, 02:08pm
Hi Priya, Kindly clarify, are you looking to start your own business in Web development or writing. Please share more specific information about your skills. Look forward to your response and helping you further. All the best :)
25 Jul 2017, 11:18am View Less
Hi Priya, Kindly clarify, are you looking to start your own business in Web development or writing.

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Monica asked

Hi Sheetal,\n\nI am a senior finance professional and worked with Companies like Flipkart, Fujitsu, IBM, Glaxosmithkline in key Finance roles. My last assignment was as CFO with a Denmark based IT company. \nI have lost my job 5 months back due to Re-structuring in the company.\n\nIt's been a while and not able to find a suitable opportunity.\nCan you suggest how to handle the situation and what should I ideally do for a new opportunity.\n\nThank you.\n\nMonica
19 Jul 2017, 02:53pm
Hi Monica, You seem to have a great profile with good experience. I am sure you are already aware that there are very limited exec level roles, so the first thing that I recommend is keep your cool :) \n\nAlong side your job hunt, are you able to do some consulting with a start-up to help them put together their processes. That will be a value add for your resume and a good way to show what you have been doing during your break. \n\nWhat are Job serach techniques you are using currently? What do you think is the biggest hurdle you are facing? Look forward to hearing from you and helping further. All the best :)
25 Jul 2017, 11:23am View Less
Hi Monica, You seem to have a great profile with good experience. I am sure you are already aware th

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Vinutha asked

Hi Sheetal,\n\nI have worked as an Editor and Content Developer in the KPO industry and have about 10 years of experience. However, I have had to take a break these last four years to take care of my family. Although I am freelancing currently, I have been trying to get back into the industry for a long time now and nothing has worked out so far. I do understand some of the hurdles that need to be overcome such as working on my profile, the need to upskill, and the gap in my experience. However, I would need your guidance in working through this. I could write to you on your email ID in detail if that’s fine with you.\nThank you for taking time to go through my message.\nThanks,\nVinutha
18 Jul 2017, 07:07pm
Hi Vinutha, Content Writing is a skill very much in demand these days. All companies big and small - want to reach out to audience and connect with them. Writing relevant content is a great way to do that. As you have already pointed out - Refresh your resume, Take up a course perhaps in SEO, perfect your pitch and network with the relevant people. You will be able to reclaim your career in no time. Feel free to reach out to me directly hello@womenrestart.com All the best :)
19 Jul 2017, 12:00pm View Less
Hi Vinutha, Content Writing is a skill very much in demand these days. All companies big and small -

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Manjula asked

hello Sheetal..this is manjula..I have worked in a FMCG MNC company for 6.3 years in quality assurance..I was on a break from last 3.3 years..want to start career again.but i m not getting any job offer..no one want to offer a job with such a gap..moreover i m not much confident that i would be able to satisfy interviewer's questions after this gap of three years..feeling a bit negative..plz guide me how can i get job offers and how would i be able to compete with the other persons who r still in job and giving that interview
12 Jul 2017, 07:24pm
Hi Manjula, Thanks for reaching out. Help me understand the hurdle.. Is your resume getting shortlisted, and you are being called for interviews. If your answer is yes, then your gap is not an issue with prospective employer. As they have shortlisted your resume. If you are unable to crack the interview - let's focus on that. Here are a few tips - Practice the interview in front of a mirror; Get a 30 sec pitch for yourself - not focussing on your break but on your qualification, experience and skill set; attend a few workshops that will make your more confident. If you need to discuss this further, reach out to me at sheetal@womenrestart.com. All the best!
12 Jul 2017, 07:47pm View Less
Hi Manjula, Thanks for reaching out. Help me understand the hurdle.. Is your resume getting shortlis

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Ruchi asked

Hi Sheetal,\nAm an architect by qualification but want to get into the education/teaching sector. Haven't done anything in the last 7 yrs! Dont know where to start.
10 Jul 2017, 11:19am
Hi Ruchi, Are you inclined towards a specific subject? There are various online tutoring companies who hire professionals like yourselves. A good way to start will be to start teaching kids in your neighborhood. This will help you get well versed with the syllabus and you will gain some experience before you apply for jobs. Also, customize your CV and highlight your skills relevant to a career in teaching. Hope this helps. All the best :)
10 Jul 2017, 12:39pm View Less
Hi Ruchi, Are you inclined towards a specific subject? There are various online tutoring companies w

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Vidhya asked

Hi Sheetal,\nI have been working as a freelance Business Development Specialist for the last two years and also completed a certification from a Reputed International University. I am looking out for a full time job while yet taking up Freelance Projects. My question here is that in spite of mentioning to every single HR that I am now paid on an hourly basis, why do they are still consider my previous drawn salary that was about two years ago. My current remuneration per hour is much higher compared to the last CTC. Why do HR's still stick with the CTC with the previous company as my current salary. Do the HR's today understand that a candidate can take up freelance and be paid more that previous salary. Do HRs know how to consider the freelance professionals remuneration and devise something based on that? How do I handle such a situation? what should I present here and how? How do we negotiate our salary for taking up a job further?
07 Jul 2017, 11:45am
Hi Vidhya, Its a tricky one. Initial HR screening of most of the companies follow pre-defined processes. They have guidelines in place to decide the percentage hike on last drawn salary. However, during the final rounds of interview, candidates get an opportunity to elaborate the scenario and set the expectation. \nIt is also evident that freelance remuneration is higher compared to a full time job, keeping in mind the stability factor. Having said that, organizations are adapting and policies are evolving. I am confident that you will find an opportunity that appreciates your experience and is is willing to offer you something inline with your expecation. Soon :) All the best!
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Shubhangi asked

Hi Sheetal,\nI have worked in an IT industry for 8 years in Software testing field.That mainly included manual and automated software testing of various projects.\nI am an engineering graduate and a mother of two kids ( 7.5 yr and 2.5yr)\nI was on a maternity break for 3.5 years and now since my younger one has started going to school i am planning to resume work.\nI can work from 9 am to 3pm. \nSince my Older kid returns from school at 3 pm and i want to be at home when kids come from school.\nIs there any such domain / field in IT industry which i can join ?\nWill the orgnisations give this flexibility of working hours ?\nI am ready to choose alltogether a different field maybe HR or Admin or process related works.\nI dont want to go into more technical stuff now since work pressure and deadlines will not allow me to work in specific time.\ncan you please guide me?\n\n
06 Jul 2017, 11:39am
Hi Shubhangi, Congrats on taking charge of your career. A lot of organizations today are offering great deal of flexibility. Infact, a couple of our clients in Bangalore offer early start and early finish hours. A lot of companies even have dedicated returnee programs for women which do not have heavy work pressure and strict deadlines. But, you have to earn it in an interview. If you ask this question in an interview without demonstrating your passion for your career restart, it might be a red flag for the interviewer. If however, you are sure you are unable to work beyond 3 pm - freelancing can be an option. If you have decided that you want to change careers - You will have to retrain in that field and start afresh. Something for you to carefully decide. Anyway, drop me a note if you need to know more about reskilling options. Happy to help. All the best :)
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Hi Shubhangi, Congrats on taking charge of your career. A lot of organizations today are offering gr

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Piyali asked

The biggest hurdle i am facing is i am not getting good offers.the offers which i am getting they are providing very low salary just for a graduate.Second the companies are not big i am getting call from that type of companies which are either not registered or they are giving me profile in marketing.
05 Jul 2017, 04:18pm
I understand. This can be a tricky situation. There are 2 possible ways you can consider - 1) Take up a course in an evolving trend in HR that you would like to build your capability in. If you invest in yourself, organizations see it as your commitment towards your career 2) Take up the job in a smaller company but with a challenging role. The salary might not be great but be assured that once you get back in the game - you will scale pretty quickly. And your resume will be attractive to larger organizations also. Hope this helps! All the best :)
05 Jul 2017, 04:49pm View Less
I understand. This can be a tricky situation. There are 2 possible ways you can consider - 1) Take u

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Piyali asked

I was working in a media Company but taken break for 4 years.As there was noone to look after my Boy.My mother in Law was also working.When my Child turn 1 year i joined a Job but he met with a minor accident so again I have to left the Job.Its been 4 years I am not workking Full time But i was doing freelancing work but it is not supporting my financial conditions.I am looking for a good working environment where i Can support my financial as well as personal life.I am looking for a job in HR
05 Jul 2017, 12:47pm
Its great to know that you have been doing freelancing projects during your break. Its the best way to keep your skills relevant and updated. Now, I would like to know what is the biggest hurdle you are facing. Is your resume getting shortlisted? Are you able to get to the interviews but unable to get the offer? Help me understand it better..
05 Jul 2017, 01:16pm View Less
Its great to know that you have been doing freelancing projects during your break. Its the best way

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Piyali asked

Hello Sheetal,I am having a Experience in Hr of 3 Years due to Career break I am not getting good Jobs.I am looking for a Challenging area where i can prove myself and can go for long future growth.Whenever i attend Interviews with big companies seeing my break they just reject my CV even if i worked on the profile.Currently I am looking for a Job as i am not getting good offers I am getting very depressed.Please help
05 Jul 2017, 12:07pm
Hi Piyali, Thanks for reaching out. The first thing to utmost importance is to - Stay positive and be persistent. I am confident you will be able to crack something soon but it is important to not get depressed about it. Tell me more about what kind of jobs are you looking for. How long have you been on the break. Have you done any re-skilling or considered internships to get started again. Lets try and get a systemmatic approach towards getting you restarted. Look forward to hearing from you :)
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Hi Piyali, Thanks for reaching out. The first thing to utmost importance is to - Stay positive and b

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Gowsalya asked

I am a Customer Success Manager with 1.3years of experience, kindly let me know opportunities for me on full time work basis.
05 Jul 2017, 12:05pm
Hi Gowsalya, thanks for reaching out. Are you on a career break currently. Have you tried applying for positions on the job board?
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