I guess you HAVE to talk to them and talk about reconsidering the salary. Nowadays everywhere you will have to demand!. Its like "The baby that cries gets food"
I think what you must be getting as salary for Maintaining MIS and scheduling interviews must be a very low figure. Put it in a very diplomatic way across to them that - since you are able to learn and contribute more, it would be even more motivating if you could set a hike in salary along with it.
Its in the way you ask... but I am sure that you must ask! Easier said than done... :-)

From India, Madras
Kaamyaab bano yaar, kaamyaabi ..... - from the film Three Idiots. I think you better watch that movie with a open heart and mind.
Your present condition is, if I may say due to stress caused by the confusion because of the amount of work.
As one of the member advised, please learn, learn, learn....
May be I am two years senior to you.... found myself in a similar situation but laboured so hard at times from 7 am to 1 pm in office! Now, I am in a better position in all respects ;)
Be positive..... God bless you....(Pl respect and follow seniors like Peer saab........ opinions and pieces of advice, they are the human guides)

From India, Hyderabad
I just came across this posting now. Really unprofessional way of typing out a message. If you are an MBA from a reputed college, your way of presenting and dealing must show it. One should not SAY who and what they are to claim respect. It should come in the way you handle and talk to people.
So - as a first step towards your improvement, kindly stop using SMS language. Its irritating.

From India, Madras
Ask to provide you support staff. Time management and setting your own goals and deadlines will help you manage the current pressures.
Just take it out of your mind that you are the only one. Each one of us ( HR Professionals ) have gone thru the same phase.
Manage your work - Trust you can give results with too many jobs in hand also.
Take Care

From India, Pune
Dear buzz.lightyear.nova,
As pointed out by Asha, even I think you must Ask! There is nothing wrong in it.
But.... look at what reactions some members here had. Some have judged you as hungry for money, unprofessional etc just by a post. Think of the possibilities your boss's reaction might have.
Hence, its very important that you must present yourself as an able and cordial worker, who is unhappy reg compensation ; not as a desperate and impatient fresher (as it sounds in this post).
I hope you got my point. All the best to you.
Regards,
Shikha

From India, Mumbai
Hi Mr. Nova,
if you are an MBA in HR, you are not supposed to work only in MIS. there are lot to do in recruitment in which you got involved by mistaken (so called work burden). so its a great opportunity to learn. dont say to your seniors that you are overloaded.
as you are doing a lot, also you are eligible to do that (as you told that you are MBA), you can ask for increment. for that kindly consider your duration you devoted to organisation (joining period). you told that you joined recently, i would sugggest you to wait to complete porbation period, by the time you will be equipped with practical knowledge also which will help you to move one or two step ahead.
regards,
Nishu

From India, New Delhi
Dear Buzz,
I would advise the following:
1. First Forget you are from a very reputed MBA school. Once you are into job, you start as per your experience, the degree will give you an opportunity but will not give you experience, so donot crib.
2. You have joined a firm as per contract and if you feel it is not as per your expectation you should quit, instead of trying to blame the organisation.
3. Please give time to your career, if you are in HR donot expect accelarated super fast career growth.
Regards,
SC

From India, Thane
Dear Rashmi,
If that person is You yourself, certainly you can reach great heights. It all depends how professional you are. You should be street smart. you should have known the details of the job you are doing and consistantly you should do the work "which matters/ makes difference" merely bcos ur MBA is a DLP dont succumb to routine work. work with zeal, confidence and complete understanding of the task. All the best.

From India
Dear buzz.lightyear.nova,
You are in recruitment! Just sit back once and try to figure out how many applicatnts you can have in HR fresher level and at what salary to be happy to take your Job. Its not about YOU its all about Demand and Supply of talent. I suggest Just for Once Look at yourself as a Prolife and what other options your Boss may have to do the same job if you were to reapply.
Think and Think again you ability to Think is your identy not your MBA degree.

From India, Haora

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