Nelsonthomas9102
Hr Executive
Kowsalya V
Software Engineer
Vmlakshminarayanan
Sr.manager - Hr&admin

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I left my previous company one month ago only. The reason I left was distance. The same reason I told them and I have a good reputation in my behaviour and as well as work also. They referred some benefits at the time I relieved, I rejected politely and left the job.
I joined another company that is little bit near by my home. But in my new company I was disappointed the way the manager treated and I did not like the atmosphere and workflow of everything. Then only I realised about the previous employer, I was a happy, freedom and more effective employee there.
In this case, What should I do? Can rejoining be the best option?


Hi,
As long as you got relieved from your past employer properly there is nothing wrong in rejoining them provided your ex-employer is willing to accommodate you. There is no need to feel shy or feel inferior. Please check with your ex-employer about your interest in joining back them. From your narration that your ex-employer offered some benefits after your resignation shows they had valued your services. So please talk to your ex-employer. All the very best !

From India, Madras
Thank you very much for your concern...

Hi Kowsalya,
It's true there is nothing wrong with joining back at your previous company especially if you have felt really good there and they are ready to take you back.
But then, the reason mentioned for the exit is the distance. Wouldn't this again be a problem?
It would be good if you could check on whether you can find a solution to the distance factor, because if this is not taken care of, before you join, there is the chance that after the initial euphoria you may again feel like exiting and it may not be possible to re-join after having exited twice.

From India, Bengaluru
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