Dear Seniors,
I have done MBA-HR. doing a job in HR Department but in fact its a Time-office. so that i am not satisfied with my job. and waiting for a good opportunity. i always to show my Boss that i am completely satisfied but in fact not.
its also not a learning environment. so please guide me have any tactics for internal satisfaction for this job.

From Pakistan, Lahore
Anywhere you can find out similar kind of situations Organizations will give the self learning process.
search for better one if you get the better one then you can skip and "if you find same culture there also " then what is your next step ? are you going to move from there also or else can adjust there? if you to go adjust there why can not you adjust here?

From India, Hyderabad
You are doing yourself, your boss and your current company a disfavour by pretending to be completely satisfied and waiting to jump ship. If your boss are not aware of your sentiments, how do you expect he or she to "change for the better"? Put yourself in your boss shoe. If everyday your boss tells you that he is very satisfied with your job performance but out of the blue, tells you that you are fired because you have not achieved your KPIs. How does that feel?
Since you are in charge of HR and Training & Development comes under you, why not be proactive about it. Do your planning and sell it to the boss.
Just takes two to tango...
Autumn Jane

From Singapore, Singapore
Dear Ali, the word SATISFACTION relates to FULFILLMENT of ones NEEDS, which is a PSYCHOLOGICAL issue. If you think you are not SATISFIED with your current job then don't hurry to quit the job. Before getting any better OPPORTUNITY If there any scope then try the followings -
1) Review your current job DESCRIPTION with DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES.
2) Then measure your PERFORMANCE.
3) Point out your STRENGTH and WEAKNESS.
4) Try to MINIMIZE your weakness by PARTICIPATING various TRAINING.

From Bangladesh
'Know yourself well' and examine 'where you stand' in terms of your capabilities to learn. 'Learning' is not something to be served in a plate; you have to acquire it through personal effort.
Any job, including the one in 'time office' offers plenty opportunities to learn. For example, have you ever tried to analyse how efficient management of time office (i) impacts on the 'employee costs' (ii) how does it contribute to the 'work culture' of the organization (iii) how can technology improve time office management (iv) how to integrate shift planning with time office management? Well, there are many other areas which can improve through efficient time management. These all are the aspects of self learning. If you are exposed to 'Google search', are not shy of reading information on the web & you have the will to learn, nothing can stop you from gaining more knowledge and becoming an expert in 'time office management'. Try, if convinced!

From India, Delhi
Dear Ali,

To add to what other colleagues have proposed, I wish to add the following:-

1. Consider your present position as an opportunity and make sure you do 100% justice to your job responsibilities and add innovative concepts to show case your initiatives and achievement.

2. Understand the essence of HR and develop a thorough knowledge of various rules, regulations and statutory compliances to be fulfilled.

3. Develop good relationship with higher levels of HR Personnel and offer to take up some additional responsibilities to demonstrate your intent.

4. Be positive and prepare a Plan of where you would like to be at the end of each year. Treat everyday as an opportunity and after breaking up your larger objectives into smaller ones achieve them one by one in a systematic progressive time bound manner. as is rightly said "Plan your work and Work your Plan"

5. John F. Kennedy had said " Ask not what the country has done for you, Ask what you are doing for your Country"

6. Common sense is one of the best attributes. Use it to find solutions

7. Develop a good English language written & spoken communication skill. This would be essential as you climb the career ladder.

My very best wishes to you for a satisfying and rewarding career.

r. s. patwardhan

From India, Mumbai
Hello Ali,
I agree with our Senior's comments. Please do not feel it's a low profile job for you. May be, this is a starting point you can prove and hold much more larger responsibilities in future.
I would suggest, try to find how efficiently you can develop time office systems, if leave management is also associated with this responsibility try your level best to discipline and direct employees about leave rules and proper recording. If you prove yourself in one of the functions, management will trust you and you can then demand for more HR tasks.
Best wishes !
With regards,
Vaishalee Parkhi

From India, Pune
First of all stop feigning satisfaction. How will your boss even know that you are not satisfied with the job.
Second, seek an appointment with the boss for for a detailed discussions on what you can do for the organisation. In the meeting tell your boss nicely but clearly what you expect from the job. Also tell him what you can do in addition to your present job. Remember, these additional jobs that you offer to do should be relevant to the organisation\'s objectives and also that your offer should be for doing something in addition to, not in place of your present job.

From India, Kolkata
You can further take initiatives in covering ESI for all employees, ESI challan remittance, Half yearly Return submission, PF coverage of all employees, monthly challan remittances, monthly/annual returns submission
Welfare activities, Administration, Public Relation, Inspector of Factories - related correspondence, Pollution Control Board - related correspondence, Labour Office and Contract Labour related activities, Minimum Wages, VDA Calculation, Maternity Benefits, Training Co-ordination, 5s in Shop Floor, QCC Teams, Suggestion Schemes
Like so many activities you can involve and improve your knowledge.
S B Ramesh

From India, Madras
Dear Ali,
There is so much you can do in that outfit so do not throw in the towel yet.
No matter what the core business of that Organisation is, its human resources need to be trained and re-trained, remember? Just do a training needs analysis, then get them trained!
So look around, see what people are doing as opposed to what exactly they are supposed to be doing as per their job descriptions, thrash out the gaps and fill them, bearing in mind the Organisations's goals.
You will be better off doing a BUSINESS CASE first, presenting to Management and if approved you roll out your questionnaire for the skills gap analysis. As for how to plan, execute and evaluate the training, we are here......when you get there our tit-bits will flow. Please let us know how you are getting on. All the best!
Lina Sappor-Accra

From Ghana, Accra

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