Dear Seniors,

I have a unique case. This issue has disturbed me much..!!!

I have completed MBA-HR in 2008, having topped the final semester.I have 1.5 years of experience in HR field (as Generalist).

Recently, I had quit my job due to Personal reasons and i believe it is pretty genuine case.

I am looking out for a HR generalist Job and even attended a couple of interviews. I also make it to the final rounds, where i negotiate my salary with MD or The regional head of the company.BUT, I DONT GET ANY POSITIVE CALLS AFTER THE FINAL INTERVIEW.

I WONDER WAT WOULD BE WRONG? I BELIEVE- I HAVE GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS. EVEN THOUGH-I HONESTLY DISCLOSE WHY I QUIT MY PREVIOUS JOB, MANY ARE NOT READY TO BELIEVE!ITS VERY OBVIOUS FROM THEIR BODY LANGUAGE.

I really get frustated!!! I really dont know how to handle the situation??? They ask me to stick on to the same CTC or offer me lower CTC. WHY SHOULD I COMPROMISE WEN I BELIEVE IAM HONEST AND COMPETENT ENOUGH TO CARRY OUT MY RESPONSIBILITIES.

KINDLY HELP ME OUT OF THIS CONFUSING SITUATION. DO I NEED 2 COMPROMISE IN TERMS OF RENUMERATION JUST BCOZ I QUIT MY JOB????

KINDLY ADVICE!!!!

BEST REGARDS,

LAVANYA

From India, Bangalore
ACT
488

Hi Lavanya

I can understand your predicament and your frustration at not getting the right job offer, more so since you believe that your academically well qualified, posses the right type of experience and maintain a high level of integrity.

At the outset, let me clarify that all the above is from your point of view and could look different from the potential employers point of view. Secondly, although your reasons for quitting might be valid ( it is not not clear to the reader here), it is possible that the potential employers are not convinced or they feel the reason is frivolous or they perceive that the reason is proof that you could be a tough cookie at the work place.

More importantly, when you quit your job your negotiation capacity goes down and your frustration level goes up when you get rejected. It wont be a bad idea to take a pay cut and get into a job, prove your efficiency and then seek the appropriate scales at the opportune time.

Be patient, feel optimistic and pursue the job hunting with faith. Never make the mistake again of quitting without having another offer on hand.

Best Wishes

Jacob
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From India, Mumbai

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