ayesha nishath Asst Manager-HR
Dear friends,
I have been promoted as Assistant Manager-HR.
I have 1 and half years of Experience. I joined my present company on 1st May,2007 as a HR-Executive. Three days back the company promoted me. It is in effect from 1st Nov.
I have taken the charge. But, really will it help me. I am really astonished to become an Assistant Manager. They said that my work was supperb and excellent and that is the reason of my promotion. My question is if I go for another interview will they consider me as an Asst Mgr as I got promoted in very less time???????

From India, Hyderabad
adgandhi Service
Dear Ayesha,
This is a type of "Exit Barrier" which the organizations usually make to ensure that current employee does not leave the organization.
This can be achieved by giving the employee more salary/designation than the present industry standards, which is now the case with you.
But there is a way you can overcome this when you appear for interviews. You can always say that your performance was exceptionally good and the organization rewarded you for the same.

From India, Chennai
Dear Ayesha,,,
Assalamu Alaikum,,,
Be Happy with the Promotion,,,
Think Positively,,,,,
Enjoy Life,,,
Dont think too much into that,,,,,,,
Do you have the Belief that the PROMOTION was given for your performance,,,,
I have been promoted twice in 5 years in my current company....
from Executive to Asst Manager to Now to Manager-HR for the Group,,,

From India, Coimbatore

Hi Ayesha,
Echoing M.PEER MOHAMED SARDHAR's comment, but happy with the promotion and that your efforts and contributions is recognized by the company.... unless you yourself believe that you haven't done enough to deserve this? which i don't think it is the case is it? Of course now that you are in charge, you may want to sharpen your leadership/managerial skills.

From Malaysia, Kuching
ayesha nishath Asst Manager-HR
Hello Friends,
M not saying that I dont deserve the promotion. Ofcouse, I definitely deserve this promotion: I have done lot of things for the company, let me list some of my duties Taking interviews, finalising the pay of employees, handling grieviences, giving appraisals, promotion and demotion,getting employee feedbacks, planning job rotation for employees, preparing the payrolls, interracting with the clients and other HR's of the company to enhance business and get projects, handling the consultancies, prepared the HR policies, giving induction and training, conducting exit interviews. and many more..........
These were the roles I have done when I was a HR-Executive. And now as an Asst-Manager-HR, my KRA's are defined much in depth.
what I mean to say is will the other corporate companies accept me as an Asst Mgr, because I guess these kind of cases are very few i.e the journey from HR-Exe to Asst Mgr-HR in merely 1and Half Years!!!!
Thanks for your motivation.......

From India, Hyderabad
ayesha nishath Asst Manager-HR
Walaikum Assalam Peer Mohd, Thanks buddy. M really happy for my promotion..... You r true. One should not go much in depth after doing the complete field work..... bye...
From India, Hyderabad
Mohideen_2007 Asst. Manager HR
Hi Aysha,
There is nothing to be worried about this, I have also have been promoted in a span of 6 months in my present company to your same designation.
Then too I was able to make up to get offer as an HR Manager in a company.
So, dont worry acceptance of corporates of our present position is not much important, Its how we sell ourself in the market is much important
Congrats for your promotion, wish u all the best

From India, Madras
Hi Ayesha!!
aslamo alaikum!!
Your efforts have given you good returns. anyway, take it as it comes!! Continue with yr efforts with more sincerity and honesty and wait for returns!!
By the way, Congrats!!!

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
wooster HR Manager
Dear Ayesha,
To begin with please accept my congratulations.
I perfectly understand your predicament as I have been in that situation before. I think you should not be worried about this. The only thing that you need to keep in mind is that, whatever be your designation, the one thing that any organisation will look for is the ability to handle responsibilty commisurate to your designation. So girl, just keep upgrading those skills and you'll be fine.
Ensure that your current employer defines your KRAs as an Asst. Manager. From there on it is a cakewalk.

From India, Bangalore
Hi, Iyesha
I have also in the same condition
i had join one Ltd. Manufacturing Company in March 2006
as a HR/ Front office Executive and i hadresign from the same company inSep 2007
During this short period i was handdled the Total HR Dept. Independantly and also work with MD for more that 8 Months And the great thing is i had appointed Manager HR and DGM HR in My company
Now i have joined one Big Business Gaients in india they selected me by head hunt And Offer me Dy. manager HR & IR And i am also handling the same for last 2 and half months Sucussfully.
So Do your Best

From India

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