Hello ma'am, My name is Jeetkaur Rihal and I am an HR professional with 2.5+ years of strong ex
Hello ma'am, My name is Jeetkaur Rihal and I am an HR professional with 2.5+ years of strong experience in HR including HR Operations, Training and recruitment, with a brief experience in People management, Employee engagement, counselling as well as mentoring. I took a break of 6 months because of my wedding and relocation. Hunted for a job , joined as Assistant Manager - Training in one of the firms. But, I am not at all happy here, have no desk since the last 2 months, no employee welfare in the company, have not been given any training projects since I joined but have been assigned Admin responsibilities. I am desperately trying to get out of here, but I do not want a break again in my career. I have been applying a lot on several job boards. I haven't got any opportunity that would interest me and motivate me to just goo for it. The problem I am facing is 1) I am applying on job boards but unable to get a response from the jobs that match my experience and which interest - (maybe because my resume might be getting blinded due to thousands of applications companies receive everyday) and 2) I am in a dilemma that should I leave my current job and get 2-3 parallel work from home projects? I am really confused here and do not know how to move forward. I know I am capable of a lot more, but I do not see a direction at this point of time. Expecting your guidance and help here. Thanks.
01 Apr 2017, 11:12am
Dear Jeetkaur,\n\nThank you for connecting. I can understand that its stressful when one is not satisfied at work. Leaving the job or starting off on your own, both require deliberation. When faced with a dilemma, before making any significant decision, typically, I prepare a sheet of pros and cons. I also look into my skills, limitations and possible opportunities. This way the decision is more thought through and I am more prepared for the consequences of the decision. You could also make a list of potential employers or potential customers - how can you tap into either. This exercise also helps look into markets that you may have missed considering. \n\nBest wishes,\nAshu\nView Less
Dear Jeetkaur,\n\nThank you for connecting. I can understand that its stressful when one is not sati