Is My BOSS Doing The Right Thing??? - CiteHR
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Ramesh Sood
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Insurance And Investment.
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Hi All;
I am working with Indias one of the oldest and most reputed companies at entry level I am into channel sales of the product made by the company. The company have a dealer network with in the specified area assigned to me. I have to meet the dealers in the area on regular basis and take the orders as well as collect the checks and drafts I am incharge at the branch where I am posted but there is no SAP Installed so I have to email the orders to a SAP location however, my boss changes the orders at the time of billing without the dealers as well as my knowledge. Once the dealer comes to know about the billing I have to handle them. I as happened that at times the boss will deny the fact that he altered the billing.
Secondly the working hours of the company are 9:30 to 5:30 but the boss makes me to sit in the office till late but asks me to enter 5:30 in the muster roll.
Please Help

demotivated take a deep breath and think why boss is doing this talk to boss in very polite manner why this thing is happening is i am incompetable if he says yes tell him i want to perfect like um please help me to grow

there are two rules of working in any organization. Rule 1. The Boss is always right. Rule 2. Follow rule 1. Regards, Jeet (Somebody’s Boss)
Dear DevNik,
I will go by what Jeet has said because we both are in positions perhaps where we are bosses too. Bosses have their own genuine reasons to behave and act in a certain way. They are bosses because for whatever reason they never complain or talk negative about their bosses particular with people outside their teams and even if they are under compulsion to do something, they will always own the responsibility.
At start of the career we have to accept. It takes many years to establish yourself in a way that occasional confrontations with bosses on issues are taken in stride, for they also understand your value and the value you add to their careers.
However, if you are under absolute discomfort, change - no you can't change your boss but you can change your job. Only thing is you may find a similar boss there too. I think with time you will learn to handle pressure....So cheer-up and shrug it off and continue to do your best...
Ramesh sood

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