Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Talent Acquisition / Consultant - Catalis
Can you elaborate why you left your job at Bank in just 1 year's span?
You joined a private firm only to work for 5 odd months and again left to get a job in public sector. What made you leave this job without having any job in your hand?
Is the story that is mentioned by you 100% true or is it modified to your favor?
2nd January 2015 From India, Mumbai
Ankita has given you some food for thought for you to have an introspection.
Count on your strengths and work hard to get a new job. Sometimes particularly early in our career we take a decision without giving much thought to it. As the old saying goes DO NOT ACT IN HASTE TO REPENT IN LEISURE.
Changing jobs is something that almost everyone does to rise in career. What is important is to make sure that the change is a bumpless ( thanks to Instrumentation Engineers for this word) transfer. The process should be very similar to physically climbing a ladder. Recall how you use your hands and legs. You leave the previous grip only after you get a full hold of the next higher rung. Likewise you lift the next foot only when the other one is perfectly resting on the lower rung (lest you should fall).
With these inputs make honest attempts to secure a new job.
You will be successful.
Wish you good luck.
2nd January 2015 From India
And one thing i want to clear that i left the bank because i did not want to be an Insurance agent (not insulting agents but it was not my cup of tea to cheat the people by misleading just to complete my target) ,and FMCG Company was shut downed (it was unexpected, because everything was going well)
18th January 2015 From India, Agra