Hr & Administration
Bubbly Gal
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling

hi professionals,
Myself VASVI, i am working as a IT Recruiter in a ISO Certified Staffing Firm.
i have 6 months experience of Internal Recruitment in consultancy ,now working as IT Recruiter since 4months in staffing firm for 12 clients.
I am not comfortable with the timings of the company i..e(9.00am - 7.30pm),no cab facility,i am looking out for job change.
Will this decision effects my career growth?
please suggest me?
thanks ans regards.
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Dear Vasavi,
From your profile I observe that you have already made a change 4 months back when you tenure with your previous employer was just 6 months. At this rate, in my opinion your career growth will certainly be affected. However, this is my view and you need to decide considering the pros and cons of the decision.
Hello Vasvi,
I agree with M.V. Kannan.
I don't think the reason you mentioned is valid enough to take such a decision. Didn't you know the timing before you joined in your present job? I am sure you did--then why did you join?
There's a saying in Telugu: It's always wise to drink water standing than drinking milk while running. Hope you understand the context & the relation with your situation.
How are you sure you won't find another reason to be dissatisfied in the next job?
Rather than just going about changing your jobs left-right-&-center just because you find something or the other not to your liking, I suggest think of ways to resolve the problems. This is not to say that your present problem is something you should ignore. So look for solutions than focusing on the problems.
Coming to your present situation, think in terms of moving closer to your office. Or think out-of-the-box to find a solution to your problem.
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