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in my opinion you take a leave of a weak or two,relax and look for a new job,in the meantime two things will certainly happen Firstly you will get a good job and secondly your office will understand your significance.
Both will be in your favour,then you decide what to do next.........

Hi Ranjeet,


I did go through the situation that you have faced.
The NGO that you are working for, would have a Director / Managing Director/ Owner atleast. Try approaching them as a last resort and explaining the entire situation but being very politically correct in your statements.

For the time being, the work that is given to you, try to take in a stride that you are learning everything in one job, whereas people might take 3 jobs to do the same work.

Keep your cool, take it as an advantage to your career path and your resume/ career. IT would be beneficial for you, as it would assist you in climbing the ladder faster :)

Everything happens for a good. You never know what good might come out of this for you.

Alternately, if you like stick around for sometime more, and then start looking for a job that will compensate you with both the your profile and remuneration.

Think it over calmly. Our job is to keep our cool at all points in life.

HR is not an easy job, and I think you are doing very well in that :)

Warm regards

Take this as opportunity to learn various facets of the HR function. Today you might feel stifled and frustrated, but it will be helpful in the long run. Learn as much as possible and go about doing your tasks efficiently. What others do and dont do is irrelevant. Ignore the goings on between the director and the manager. Its their personal life and if they choose to bring it into the professional setup its their business.
You ignore and continue doing the good work. Once you have gained sufficient experience, look out for opportunities and you will not regret the experience you will gain in your current job.

Dear All
Thanks a lot for all valuable suggestions..I am a very positive person by nature, and have been taking this as a learning experience for the past one year. But there are times when despite working like donkeys, you don't get the due appreciation. Although I have the minimum tasks pending at my table, the Director often tells me that I need to work faster!!! and when the CEO appreciates the amount of work done in HR, This lovelorn Director is the first to give all the credit to the Manager. This really makes me feel crushed and stampled...
I think its time for me to act on Dishashree's advice..Thanks Dishashree for the same!!!

Dear Ranjeet,
As you have written that your are a professional, so my suggestion is to take it as aopportunity for fast learning in limited time. Now you are doing almost all the work of your office so please keep working on it. You will realise the benefits of it in the long run.
Secondly, if you can make your lady Manager to hire one helper for you, it will be better for you. Start sitting with her and discuss the work load as you got the chance. Start using a little bit of politics while talking to your lady Manager.

Hi Ranjeet,
You should take it positive. you do your work and let them do theirs. Take it in this way that you are learning new things and you are getting new experiences as well. regardless of what others are doing? don' t whine about your work as it will be considered negative in your profile. But you should do self promotion to in front of your top management. you must do your best and God will do the rest.
Wish you good luck :) and keep up with the good work.
Sabeeta Mushtaq

hai i also agree with some of the individuals that take the situtation in the positive way coz, this is the time to test your own capacity and to streach your own limits. they are giving you a chance to develop yourself manyfolds you can learn every thing and can become a one man army .

this will help you in brightning your future, this will make you stronger at your skills and will give you experiences how to overcome the tough time.

Gita says "samatvam yoga uchhyate" try to balance you emotional level the problem is lying there and you are getting a chance to develop yourself and mastring the skills as Gita also says that "yogaha karmasu kausalam".

keepon doing your duty with intrensic motivation and you will get the result in posotive way.

remember "thinking is the only limitation of the man" other wise he is having divine potentials.

and if you are disharten then take a long medical leave and spend time with your family in the mean time your boss will realize your importance, and your family problems will be also solved.


Dear Ranjit

It is good learning experience in every organisation you can learn HR things wherver you go and you must thank these two persons to make you patient and dealing whole HR alone its good practice and training you can tackle any kind of situation in future even toughest persons in your life. Cool just enjoy for your happy learnings on your own and for won.

By doing this all activities , u have a credibility that u can learn end to end HR activities. If u not feel well in the current job, then make it change . Definetly after 2 months ur previous boss ll call u again.....
Dear Ranjeet,
I would lend credence to others to say that, inadvertently you were been groomed for higher responsibilities, emotional stability, time management, ability to cope with irritable situations and to achieve desired result within a spate of time.
It is human to feel this way,but put together all these pieces of advice together, they shall see you through, pls. be level headed.
Ajayi Olufemi

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