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Hello All,
I am feeling cheated and insulated now.
Despite working hard and with honesty I got poor ratings from manager and also my probation period (after completing 6 months) has been extended for another 3 months.I got letter for the same from HR.
This has definitely demoralized me and I am not feeling motivated working here anymore because of dirty politics being played.
Its been 7 months now and I am thinking to move on for better job satisfaction.
Is it a right step to take so early?
What reason should I tell to my future employer about wanting to leave such branded company in just 7 months?
I am very confused now.Please guide me about this.
Regards.

From India, Mumbai
""Despite working hard and with honesty I got poor ratings from manager and also my probation period (after completing 6 m onths) has been extended for another 3 months.I got letter for the same from HR""
You must discuss with your manager where and why he feels the need to extend probation.
Normally during probation,the employee is watched,trained,guided and if he still makes no progress/insufficient progress,then they extend probation.
Earlier you wanted to continue,review your decision after talking to your manager.
Go to him with a spirit of finding where you could have failed.
It often happens,one thinks he is doing a good job,but his boses may have own priorities,ideas and rate differently.
Take a conscious decision after exploring all angles.

From India, Pune
Believe more in facing challenges, hurdles and problems...which will make you stronger and efficient to adjust in any difficult situation (professionally). Changing job would not be a solution here. However if you feel that there is exposure you can still continue to learn and act. You can not be sure what surprise you will face with the new company considering you are shifting from this job.
From India, Bangalore

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