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Thread Started by #nehaneha

Hi frendz,
Iam new at Cite Hr. my question is all about aviation industry, i feel i am not fit for this industry, earlier i was in manufacturing industry as a executive secreatary to the managing director and c.e.o. I have a good reputation in the office and that job was giving me lot of confidence. my boss was also very nice dynamic,intellegent. i learnt a lot from him. I was handling lots of things there but suddenly due to some mishappening, i left 4rm there. now i am in aviation industry and the people are not professional at all. Please send some comment/advise/suggestion. should i leave this job or wait for the better opportunity. or what else........
25th June 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Neha,
I suggest considering it as new challenge for your abilities and flexibilities, it could be very useful part of your career that re-shape your skill and make you more careful in your decision making.
Wishing you all the luck & success in your new mission.
25th June 2009 From Syrian Arab Republic, Damascus
don’t worry mam, i am also not satisfying with my current job profile.don’t loose your courage and try for some other good opportunity.
25th June 2009 From India, Mumbai
I'll suggest that you take time out and carry out an assessment on yourself. You can try SWOT framework-evaluate your strengths ,weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Doing this appraisal will help you discover who you are , where your interest lies and what you have passion for.
You need to be serious as you are coming accross as unstable and unreliable. Find what you want to do or enjoy doing then build competence around it. The earlier you start, the quicker you get to your destination. wish u well
25th June 2009 From Nigeria
what role you are in to - i.e. the same EA ? how it is different from earlier role? What ever, take the (any)issue as an oportunity and do your best to drive it to your favor.
25th June 2009 From India, Ernakulam
Hi Neha,
I advice that you stick on to this place for a couple of more months.Probably the new environment, ethics & Culture that is causing anxity in you. Please do not panic.
Don't consider quiting the job because you dont know what your next job has in store for you. Instead consider this as a challenge and take it up with enthu.
Even if nothing improves after a couple of months, take this as a majour experience and remind yourself not to repeat the mistakes.
P.S: Running away from problems is not an option. It does not solve the problem.
25th June 2009 From India, Panipat
Hi Neha,
I feel that you need to take stock in a more realistic way, i.e in your previous job you were working very close to a source of power and this source of power depended on you for a lot of things. In your current job it might be a lot more process driven and you might be missing the sense of power more then the mental excersie. In case you cannot take it any more i suggest you start looking for a change not for God's sake dont leave in a haste as any gaps between two employments discounts your value as a professional. As a salaried person your best asset is what has been your employment track record and how much value you have given rather then what you aspire for and what you want.
25th June 2009 From India, Haora
You have to handle this situation and leave a benchmark for your company to develop effective system,dont leave job. Best Regards Sajid-Delhi
25th June 2009 From India, Delhi

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Hi Neha
In my perception, your first Co was having a good system through which you were able to do the work in a smooth manner and you might miss that kind of a system in your new assignment. Running from 1 Co to another is not a solution. Make your grip firm in this environment and initiate things in such a way that you create your own working atmosphere which will help you to work and feel better. As some one told that we cannot change others but can change our own. Try to adapt yourself to this industry as you are getting a chance to learn new things which will bring results one day.
25th June 2009 From India, Ernakulam
hi:icon6:
I would like to inform you that all industries are same as you in that, totally it was depend on you. Try to proove your skills with your level best, do not compare with earlier employer.
Think twice while taking any dession
regards
K. Rajanikanth
25th June 2009 From India, Vijayawada
Hi Neha,
Stick with the current job.
I think first you have to find out reasons of dissatiafaction. and then see out of them how many reasons are in your control and solve it and how many of them are because of your profile ,responsibilities or working enviornment etc which will be solved out with negosiation and positive confrontationwith team membeers or your boss.
its take a time to adjust in new place.wait for some time and then take decision.
25th June 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
Hi Neha,
I think you should just stay and suck it up. I know it's different , but that's how most REAL jobs are. You need to stay and gain experience for at least a year...then you can maybe look for something a little better. You should be proud of yourself and feel good about having a"real" job. Work hard and you will see how far you will get.Good luck!
26th June 2009 From Malaysia, Banting
Dear Neha,

First of all, you have not explained what you felt was not professional.

Each and every Industry differs in the way it functions. Sometimes it will be so systematic and documented procedures will be followed (like IT/ ITES), sometimes - no systems would exist at all.

This would be because of the nature of the industry, the way the business is, or it may be just the type of people working there are not caring enough to hold their professional manners. Nothing in life / profession comes in the way we prefer - perfectly fitting our ideas.

Rather then worrying, I'd suggest you to see what best can be done from your end, to work better even under such circumstances. It is not adjusting.. but it is creatign a new skills and improving your competencies. You will have a lot to learn. Until now, you had people to teach you and share their knowledge and also inspire you. From now on - you will have to search it for yourself. Its a part of learning.

Take care!...dont quit... use this learning as a lesson for the next bigger task in life/ career
26th June 2009 From India, Madras
HYE NEHA,
THIS WOULD BE BETTER FOR U, AS FAR AS I THINK, THAT RETAINING YOURSELF WITH AVIATION INDUSTRY IS BETTER UNTIL AND UNLESS U GET NEW JOB, BECAUSE DOING SOMETHING IS BETTER THAN DOING NOTHING, AND IT IS SAID THAT SOMETHING GOOD IS ASSOCIATED WITH SOMETHING WHATEVER GOD DO.
SO KEEP YOUR SELF ATTACHED WITH EXISTING JOB.
WISH YOU ALL THE BEST
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26th June 2009 From India, Jamnagar
Hi Neha,
:-PLook recession is still ther in the market.Stay here for more time.May be things get improved.80%people are not satisfy with the job but still we all are working.So continue and belive that u got opportunity 2 learn new thing.:-P

Regards
26th June 2009 From India, Delhi
Neha, If you are confident about yourself then go ahead.....change your job. Dont think abt worthless long advise from anyone . Do that what is practically you think. Dada
26th June 2009 From India, New Delhi
Hi,
You didnt specify, what is the real problem, you are facing.
Leaving the current job is not the solution, fix the problem.
Take everything as a challenge.Opportunity which we get while working in different companies, industries, environment teaches us survival skills.
Even if you change this company, who knows, what would be in store for you in your next company.Be positive and patient.Changing jobs would affect your resume.
Give yourself some time, before taking any decision.
Regards
26th June 2009 From India, Bangalore
Dear Neha,
I vil suggest that dnt leave the current job unless u hv sm gud opportunity in ur hand.It may spoil ur job stability in ur cv.Though u r nt satisfied with ur job this experience vil be very useful in ur future career. try to cope up with the situation & wait for the better opportunity
26th June 2009 From India, Mumbai
hi neha,
even m also facing a same kind of problem as all my 5years of exp was with marketing and being in a good position in the sale, i changed my domain to BPO, now m even in same situation wht u r now!!!!! so i have come to conclusion that do wht ever u can and be only where u fit into n do not work anywhr if u r not satisfied or if u dont have a value thereeeeeee!!!!!!!
26th June 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hi Neha,
In today's competitive world, the employment is a big thing for every person because the competition is increasing.so Do your job as sincere,effective and successful.If you are not satisfied with the job please quit and think over and get the job in your interested field.
Regards
S.Sridhar
26th June 2009 From India, Madras
hi neha,
i think your are in a culture shock.....the best thing that you can do is study the culture of the people and the organization you are in now.....then....adjust with the system....if you cant.....pray that you will......if nothing happens.....follow your views of peace and prosperity.... find a new place to work with...however, jumping from one employer to another is not a good track of employment record....
26th June 2009 From Papua New Guinea
dude after all satisfaction matters so decide wat u want and act according to it........ since the market condition is bad, do not quit the job untill u have a right job in ur hand...... i know little about aviation industry so i would say its not the place for gals who r reserved..... its a place for freaks......... live the way u want as if there s no 2mar...... stay happy
26th June 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hey Neha,
Its up to you if you want to quit or continue... But one thing that i would like to suggest is do not run from things. If you quit this job that means you are not able to prove your self... Just think what if your next job is also the same.... What next??? Just get along with the folks there... understand whats their problem... Gain their confidence and then suggest them what ever you want... The chances are very low for this.... but Still Doable.... all the Best....
26th June 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi Neha
I agree with Nithya, probably new enviornment is causing problem to you, some time old perception ar also can be one of the reason to not satisfied with new job. when we work with organisation for a long time, we became use to of thier culture, process etc
so take time to understand the culture and find out new opportunities to learn which will make you a more proffesional person
26th June 2009 From India, Jaipur
Don't Worry Dear, I Will Advise, Don't Leave Ur Current Job. You Had Received Lots Of Experience & Knowledge From Yout Last Job In Particular Field So, Now This Is Best Opportunity To Get New Experience & Increase Your Knowledge In Aviation. A Person Should Have Knoweldge Of Every Field. Now For Little Period Continue This Job & Gain As Much As Knowledge You Can Then After Still You Are Not Comfertable Then You Can Think For That ..............
All The Best Dear:icon1:.
26th June 2009 From India, Pune
Hi Neha dont leave your job. Take this as a learning experience and do something on your own. In life things will not be perfect in your way. Just learn and grow. smita
26th June 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hi Neha,
Do you or any of your HR friends want to get started on their own, I am the Managing Partner - India of Global Management Consultants, Dubai :Global Management Consultants:, please review the Distributors section, my phone no. is 9833393161. Regards, Shashank Jani.
26th June 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hey Neha,
Its but natural that everybody takes some time to adjust to a new environment and so do others, in accepting a new-comer as a part of their work-setting...so give urself & others some time! Moreova, u get 2 know the boons n banes of an org, when u actually start working ova there...n even in similar industry, different org. have different work-cultures ! Try to extract the best out of this situation & live up2 da expectations of ur new boss, howeva keep looking out for better opportunities,so dat if things don't improve over time...u can consider a move 'coz dissatisfaction from job will affect the quality of ur work & won't do any good 2 u and ur company. Still I'll suggest...When life throws lemons n salt at u..make a lemonade out of it...but ya, if da lemonade sucks as well...ask 4 a tequila...Cheer up!:icon1:
27th June 2009 From India, Delhi
hi Neha, I would rather say lot of us feel the same way at certain point of time. It is becoz of the change in priorities in life.But all we shud do is take challenges to make us tougher
27th June 2009 From India, Mathura
Hi Neha :icon6:

In my perception, your first Co was having a good system through which you were able to do the work in a smooth manner and you might miss that kind of a system in your new assignment. Running from 1 Co to another is not a solution. Make your grip firm in this environment and initiate things in such a way that you create your own working atmosphere which will help you to work and feel better. As some one told that we cannot change others but can change our own. Try to adapt yourself to this industry as you are getting a chance to learn new things which will bring results one day.

I would like to inform you that all industries are same as you in that, totally it was depend on you. Try to prove your skills with your level best, do not compare with earlier employer. We are all in the same situation. Sometimes or some how one or two black sheep will spoil our working environment and make us frustrated with our job. If you are unable to bear or adjust with the environment , try some other opportunity, but do not leave the present job.

Think twice while taking any decision.

Regards.

Robin

27th June 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi Neha,
Although i'm only a fresher n still studyn bt i think u shd stick to ur current job. With ur pvs job its v. clear that u've gained tremendous exp so i think u can v.well use it in dis job of ur, infact i feel an employee like u can make a big diff at ur work place n can actually make dem professional.
All The Best!
Regards
Sonia!
27th June 2009 From India, Pune
E m fresher in corporate world bt wt i knw is dat every time v dn get wat v wnt.....struggle...is d thing ....dnt give up.....e m also nt satisfied with ma department bt hv to do those stupid work....so..dnt worry many ppls r dere with u...ha ha.....CHEERS....n always smile.....
28th June 2009 From India, Madras
and pls...before gttn ny other job in ur HAND dnt even think to leave dis one....BEST OF LUCK..tk cr........
28th June 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Neha,
this is damodar. ok i can understand your problem. you go any where people will like this you have to face the problem and mould the situation and circumstances. don't loose your confidence . it takes some time to adjust new place. first of all you study your collegues and bosses nature. don't compare the previous job with new job but one thing continuosly changing jobls is not right. as HR we have to face the problem and slove the problem.
be confident. ok all the best
28th June 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi
I agree with u completely. I have also came through the same phase couple of years ago.
But what i feel is you have to find the satisfaction & happiness in something what you have right now,this is called as life.
So feel comfartable. Look at the brighter side and read some good self help books written by motivation leaders like Robin sharma & Shivkhera.
All the best.
Sanjeev
29th June 2009 From India, Pune
on the first note, I understand that you are not satisfied with the way people work with you or around you. But you said as you are not satisfied with your job. If you are professional and work with your true heart, then the employees around you will keep you as target and try to behave,imitate, work to match your standards..
don quit
your challenge there is to make people professional..
apart from thinking of your professional development and earning money, spiritually speaking...God(super natural light) has given a job for you to be professional and make every body professional....
take up the challenge...
a teacher cannot quit as the students are not receptive..
it is the job of the teacher to create or attract attention of the students and educate them...
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29th June 2009 From India, Madras
hi neha,
First myself is basudeo mahto – manager Hr , I would like to suggest you that please do not take immediate decision to leave job. If you not satisfied over there, u plan to switch over other company. I thing I would like to suggest you that the there is no future career path of this position. So please switch over into other career like project coordinator or project assistant or like other career so that u can survive in the industry . any help towards this , I welcome. My mail : or u can call me : 9716620045.

Regards,

Basudeo mahto

29th June 2009 From India, Delhi
Hai Neha
No more words to say beyond this proverb "Make Hay while the sun shines", You will see all the events with optimistic view and some hidden points are there to learn.
Please forward your profile to with your current organization, CTC, ECTC, Notice Period all those details
With Regards
Vijay
29th June 2009 From India, Madras
Madam,
Dont leave the job. Stick on for couple of months. Then you know where you are. You decide where you to go? Don't get panic. You can get good opportunity. Until you stay here.
V.Rajendran
29th June 2009 From India, Madras
The cause, in my opinion is, power-fixation.
In the new job, you are not getting the kind of attention and respect that your last job provided you.
But please remember, what you felt in the last job was just illusory, this is much real, and whatever you earn (like respect, skills, goodwill, friendship etc.) in this job will be your own and would have come out of your own abilities and caliber. This job will help you grow as a person and as an employee.
Regards.
30th June 2009 From India, Delhi
I like ur advise maybe somekind of feeling i have, but its not true. I really feel ki they people are not professional, bas chal raha hai kisi tarah, or may be i was working very long time in an mnc culture. I involved too much with my last company. chalo let's see kya hota hai. but anyways thanks for this advise.
bye:)

30th June 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Neah,
Always expect the unexpected and u should have capability to survive in that unexpected environment i m in corporate, but in last organzation i was associated with india s most reputed Retail comapny but in current i m in Startegic HR and facing no. of difficulities whole the day n i never saw such kind of culuture but i m striving to change that as per the guidline by managegment so this is called corporate, bad is inevitable neha,
so try to make new frnds there n keep urself busy always expect less and do more for others than u can survive.
Rgds
Mahavir Singh

30th June 2009 From India, New Delhi
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