I am working in this organisation since 3 months as Change Management executive. I do not have prior work experience. When I was first told about this profile, it seemed very promising. I took up as a challenge. It is the first attempt of the organisation to introduce such a department. So Im the only person executing this in collaboration with the expectations of my boss. The plus point of this profile is to get to work with top management and work on all the departments for change management. My boss is also not harsh and motivates me. But the issue is that I was provided with no job description, induction and training. I was constantly asking them about JD & training but didnn't get a proper answer. The profile seemed promising and so I agreed to take this up. Since I was not provided with any training, half the time Im left alone about how to go about with the work at end. Also sometimes my boss in unavailable and I don't wish to trouble him with lots of questions since he happens to be one of the directors of the company. More than half the month I sit idle. Imagine sitting idle for nine and half hours! For a day or two it seemed good but not for such a long period! I have tried asking my boss for extra work or gave him ideas that I can work on with his permission but he asks me to concentrate only on the current work. This makes me feel that the profile is great and I get so much to learn of different departments and work on something new but at the same time sitting for like 20 days idle make me feel that am wasting my potential and could have done something more substantial. No doubt that the work I'm doing is quite important to the organisation but sitting idle like this is making me disengaged day by day. Please suggest whether I should quit or continue here for 3 months more and leave after completion of 6 months? Really confused.
From India, Mumbai
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