Dear All,

i am sachin doing my graduation from commerce faculty. i start working from the age 17 beacuse of my family responsiblity. i started my carrear as office assistant in finance department there i work for 1 1/2 years. Then i got chance to work as Data entry opretor in one reputed MNC there i complete 1 year as data entry opretor after complition of one year & looking my performance there management transfer me to HR & ADMN for purpose of cantract worker attendance, paysheet b'cuse it is huge area. after getting in HR department i learn lots of things within short period of six months i assist them for admin, recruipment & training activity

but due to salary limitation now i transfer to small scale industry i am working here as HR & ADMN assistant i am maintaining time office & Admin of around 100 emp. but problem is that our management (they all are from same family) not aware of standard procudure. if i put or advice any issue everytime they decline or refuse. they are very careful from finance point of view also for small reason they are shouting on eveyone, noone employee is satisfied here

please advice me what should i do...? should i continue here or try for new job. also suggest about my carrear

now i want to do my carrear in HR & want to be a hr professional also want to learn more things at this edge only. Actually i want to write lots more but not able to write fully so try to understand my feeling & please advice me


From India, Mumbai
Hi sachin,
If you are planning to do HR than do only MBA for an excellent career oppurtunity in future as you are experienced in this field...don't let money be your problem boss..(as u've mentioned that u've family resp)
And second thing u r well experienced if the problem continues ,try for some other job.(but until u get good oppur.somewhere else don't leave this job)
Shouting....???there must be some reason..behin this.
If they decline or refuses your ideas or view better don't advice anything ....for sometime
I think ur boss is dominating kind of person...
They are all from same family....that's why they don't like to involve any employee's decision in company's matters...
So don't worry and do your part only....n switch to some other gr8 oppur.

From India, Pune

can understand ur situation. Firstly Do u have any education qualification in HR, if not, then go for it. Secondly, have u tried urself to convince ur mgmt to improve and initiate new things in HR in ur company, if not, u can try it. thirdly, if u have already tried the above and thinking for a next move, then it is advisable to not switch off ur job rightnow. atleast wait to end the first quarter of next year and then look for another opportunities. From ur mail, it seems that u r a hardworker and have the attitute to not give up. Thus friend, do not give up to the present situation. Take out some time to expand ur knowledge in hr and utilise ur time to improve ur skills.
From India, Delhi
Dear Sachin,
1. You need to be patient in your career
2. Try to do MBA course that help you for your career prospect
3. Don’t let the job- problem with be there in all concerns So try to sort out by
make the mgt to understand (the concern growth and abt the long term process)
4. If you plan quit the job find out better opportunity then you can…

From India, Madras
i have tried lots more new idea and things of my previous experiance but everytime they like to say dont teach me do whatever yu told.i will defenatly try & give till end
From India, Mumbai
good evening sachin
first u need to go for mba-hr course from distance need for fuul time course or to leave the job.
after completion just change the job.
u carry good amount of experience and i am sure u will get a good job in hr field.

From India, Bharat
Dear Sachin,

Please go for Diploma in HR/Admin+Labour law and MBA(its depend on you whether you can affort the fee of MBA).

You can do diploma course from Annamalai University within 2500/INR for one year.

Anyway what are you getting right now becuase we are looking for HR/Admin/Compliance executive,please let me know your salary so that our organisation can afford your MBA expenses(may be upto 30000/annum).

We also running a NGO for poor people,you can also join this NGO and you can help to poor people,but this is a tought jon ,you have to go in field/village area(currently you are working in MNC with A/c cooling).

We all office staff really doing hard work,see my hand has been turned blackish due to sharp sunshine,becuase we used to go village area & search for child labour in rural area & provide them financial support to their family so that child can get education.

Our 50% profits goes to NGO for helping of poor people.

In NGo several foreigners also contributing millions of rupess every year.

Best Regards

Sajid Ansari-Delhi

From India, Delhi

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Sajid, You are really doing great job. Nowadays people does not have time even for their own family & kids and you are managing it very well.Hats off to you. Paurl
From India, New Delhi
Dear Sachin,

Our members have already given you suggestions on chosing an educational course that would benefit you in the long run.

In the meanwhile, reagrding your current job, I am able to understand the situation you are going through. Family run businesses will take a long time to change. They will accept change, but this will take a long time, and may also take away good learning years away from you. As of now, you have only a limited exposure in HR. Suggest you to look out for an opportunity, which has more to do than just timeoffice and admin work. Once the offer is confirmed, you can quit this current job. I am not asking you to run away from such a situation, its just that if any change has to come it requires more hands-on experience in most of the HR and admin activities, to advise them and counsel them in the way they would change.

Now they will only have a preset thought that you are so young and "why" should they work on your advise for improving. That is their mindset. Dont waste your years. So plan properly, pursue a good course (as suggested by members), and also keep looking for a better job opportunity.

From India, Madras
As evryone suggested about the MBA course... If you have financial problems and cannot spend on an MBA course, try changing ur job to a company which sponsors education. Most big companies do. Find out about this from your friends and think about it well.

From India, Mumbai

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