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There is no issue about updating our information on job portal..
It is totally about our personal development..
Your management also doing the same..
Even your management don\'t have to ask this quesion to you..
But If they are professional then
there is no any issue of bad impression..
Continue to update the CV.
If your management ask this quesion again they demand for your expectation to them..
If they are ready to full fill it then it better opprtunity for you...
All the Best
2nd March 2014 From India, Pune
What is wrong if you upload & update your it on job portal? You could have told plainly that you cannot afford to lose better opportunity. If you don't avail of opportunities then your growth may hamper. Who can afford to do that? There was no need for HR to be that naive & neither you to be apologetic.
2nd March 2014 From India, Bangalore
The concept of job portals is driven neatly by the undeniable fact that '' candidates may not be looking for the job but, they are always looking at the job''. I hold that one must keep their profiles updates on these portals so that they know how smart their credentials are for the prevailing market arena. The management must learn that it is not an issue of disloyalty by their employees only because they keep updating their respective profiles on job portals. Even if you have tapped to apply for the arch rival of your present employer, you stand no chance of questioning by the management; not as long you follow the ethical trajectories of employment and exit formalities.
Rest relaxed and keep conferring the good efforts in your work meanwhile also try to counsel your HR in this issue.
2nd March 2014 From India, Chandigarh
Well its your HR Team who are in that situation right now. Please empathise and establish with them, the fact that made you join the firm and continue it for so long.
However, to your point being relevant to the industry, yes you do need to put yourself out in the market to measure the competition.
Please remain trustworthy with your firm. Debating the fact that your firm can stop needing your services someday, hence its right for you to venture out, is pointless as nothing of that sort have been communicated to you.
You might move into another role someday , but not right now.
Have you tried the option to block your cv from the range of employers who shouldn't viewing it ?
It was there years back, I am not sure if its still there.
Remain modest and honest. Your HR will continue to be concerned about it till you establish your efforts with performance.
Value them as you would want them to value you even after you leave the firm.
Wish you all the best !
2nd March 2014 From India, Mumbai
No need to worry all these things. If they repeatedly asks the same means you can tell a simple reason like every day u r getting notification from Naukri. So meanwhile u just go & access the link thats y Naukri showing like that.
Other ways you can do one thing.... Go to your naukri profile, within that you may find "My Naukri" in a blue bar. In that u will find "Block Companies" . And then type your company name and simply block the company.It may be useful to u. Because normally everyone just block their present company with this option.
So u can simply avoid all these problems
4th March 2014 From India
4th March 2014 From India
4th March 2014 From India, Chennai
To be honest, what happened is not good! For if the HR is asking if you are looking for a job, there is a tendency to influence your bosses in saying:
1. You are probably unhappy
2. You might be leaving, hence, reduce the workload
3. Exclude you from strategic engagements as you are possibly looking at other options
If you tell your girlfriend that you are looking at someone else, I am sure she could react in different ways :-). So, despite what the others have said, I don't see this as a good incident.
In any case, be professional and discuss less on this matter. You are there to work and they are tasked with ensuring you work...
5th March 2014 From United States, Daphne
Use Block feature to block companies you don't want to know them to get to know about your resume.
Alternatively, I think HR people should use this as an opportunity to figure out why a good employee is looking out. Why wait for an exit interview? Let's work on retention interview.
Let's not ask a direct direct question as it may the employee in a defensive or submissive mode. Have one to one casual chat.
It's productive as well as preventive towards losing good staff.
5th March 2014 From India, Mumbai