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Dear Vipin,
I think you should resign, since it is not advisable to stay with a company that doesnot value human relations. Now your boss apoligizes, What if he repeats the same in future.
Take a plunge & move-on...
Best wishes

Dear Vipin,
See, things like this happen very frequently. As per me, before giving resignation, you should have thought thousand times. In professional life, you should restrict your decisions due to emotions. I agree with what Mr. George has said.
Now when you have submitted your resignation and also after being accepted by your director, there is no point in staying back. And you say that you have good offer, why don't you try that out.
I have an experience of around 15 years in same large organisation. I feel if you want to grow, you should not stay in organisation for more than four years. You would get more experience, more people to deal with etc.etc. don't change any organisation within two years.
Take the decision. best of luck.

From India, New Delhi
Dear Vipin,
Good Morning & Greetings for the day.
Whts there to think so much when you have two offers in hand. Just imagine a situation, that you face similar incident in future after staying back and with no better offers in hand.
Considering a better career growth, larger team and a better package, i think you should go ahead with a change. Once you decide to leave just leave and dont lose your reputation by bargaining.
If you employer had tried to convince you at the very moment you gave the resignation,
you can think twice before leaving. Thats not the case now.
Emotions will not make you reach heights.
All the very best.

From India, Thiruvananthapuram
the same thing has happend wid me ,bt I just walked out of office. And I never repent wtever decision I have taken in my life.
Where as in your case it seems you have love towards ur organisation and ofcourse your team and your work.You want to continue but confused that is the reason you are looking for a opinion but ultimately its your call.Just because someone shouted at you , neva leave the job only for tht reason coz , u might get same situations even in future in other companies. If someone shouts at me I just wait and justify myself I am sure you would have this an even your Boss realised later and it seems you hav gud ppl around you , even your Boss who has shouted at u seems to be gud coz nxt day he called you right, which none of the Boss will do (Ego prbs) .... an it also shows your talent the company needs you ......nw you tell us wts right for you .........pls dnt b emotional be practical.
With Best Regards
Priyaa Bhat

From India, Bangalore
Dear Vipin,
While we may all advise you, the final decision will be yours.
(a) Take a leave for a day or two, go to the new company and discuss your responsibitlites and career prospects with HR and your would be immediate senior. Analyse at home the pros & cons of the new position.
(b) Discuss with your present senior and HR, your prospects and growth career if you do decided to stay. Tell them that you have an offer in hand. Analyse this position also now.
If you are confident about yourself and package is more in new position, join it. You will have to prove yourself. In the present case, you have already proved yourself. You may grow faster.
Think, analyse and decide.

From India, Calcutta
Dear Vipin
If your present employer (Apparently Directors) are aware of the offers, in this given situation, you should not continue in the present organisation. Better accept the offer and join elsewhere.
Barganining for hike in pay in this given situation may give you temporary advantage only; when the present employer is in dire need of your service. But you will always run the risk from the emplyoer; once they find a replacement.

From United States, Morristown
I think you should do some evaluation before you take a decision…What are the advantages of leaving and disadvantages of continuing and vice versa. I think people in the corporate world need to understand the fact that shouting at someone wont solve the problem. Just because someone is at a particular level does not empower him to treat people like nuts….Had the boss been late can juniors shout at them..No they cant….respect is a mutual affairs…Directors have bigger responsibility to accept and have to have emotional intelligence ? If he doesn’t have that skills how has he become a Director is Doubtful ? To me it’s a blessing in Disguise…..Go ahead and accept the challenge. Love your Job and not the company as when your company might leave you is not known..Hope you read that article……but Again remember if you are worth you would be regarded and respected in any organisation you work for…..
From United Kingdom
As per all of us you are "Good Manager" so stayback and calmly do your work which you were doing.
Your team member proud of you and they require to learn from you something. Donot try to become "HERO" but you are "Director". You can give birth to many "Hero's" so keep it up.
You are Master Mind do not think abour lower minded people.
Thanking you,

From India, Pune
Since change is part of life, you must join the bigger group with good package. From change only there is career growth. All the best for your future Karan
From India, Mumbai
Dear Vipin,
Believe in one thing. As long as you are profiltable to the organisation, they love you. Once they feel you are not so, they don't mind to take you out for a small mistake too.
Carefull in deciding the same. But as of matter of principle, I advise you not to rejoin once again.
even if you join, you will not be getting the same respect as you were getting earlier. It will be there in their back of the mind, that this person has left once and he will be a cat on the wall.
Prasanna Kumar.

From India, Bangalore

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