Thread Started by #k. Agnihotri

I am a diploma + btech graduate in mechanical engineering, currently working with one of the automobile parts manufacturing companies as an assembly (HVAC) engineer for almost 4 and half years. As u al understand my profile role is very critical apart of this i have an issue with my salary, our company has not increased the salary of al the engineers including me. I don\'t understand whether to quit the job or to wait for the hike in the same company? N moreover i want to understant how important is the english communication skill for an Assembly engineer to apply for the job in other manufacturing companies? As i have already tried to switch over, but could not get selected due to lack of communication skill (told by interviewers). Please help me out. your suggestion in this regard would be highly appreciable.
Thanks in Advance!
19th December 2014 From India, Gurgaon
1) Do not quit a job unless you have a clearly better offer in hand. The best time to be looking for a job is when you do not NEED one !
2) Communication Skills - in English - are becoming increasingly important, not only in MNCs but also in Indian Companies if you want to grow at all. Even if you have to take part time / evening classes in English that will be easily the best lifelong investment you can make in your Career.
3) If Company has not increased the Salary of anyone , you need to be aware why. Google can give you plenty of leads, besides what you hear from your colleagues / Management. Per that you can decide your next steps.
19th December 2014 From United States, New York
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