Dear All
I am frustrate with no work.
I worked in a call center for one year after completing my B.Sc. in Comp. Sc. Then I joined a company in Background Verification and worked thier for 7 months. I left the company becoz they were not providing ,e any exposure. And I joined One top most IT company as a HR - Recruitment Coordinator on contract . At the same time I am doing my Distance education in MBA - IT & PGDHRD.
I wanted to come on pay roll. I left that company after 7 months and joined again top -10 IT employer of India on roll.
Have already spend 7 months here. BUt no work. I want challenge . I am very good in HR skills and have been appreciated globally with people from London even.
I cant switch now as it will make my CV bad.
Doing lots of training in my current organization.
But feeling frustrated. I want to do some work.
What should I do ?
29th November 2007 From Denmark, Copenhagen

Dear Manish,
Switching over jobs over a very short period is very bad.First of all try to understand that to settle down in a new job with new office environment will itself take 3-6 months of time.
List out your job responsibility.W.R.T each of your responsibility ck whether everything has its own process other wise create a new and challenging one with prior approval.Not only creating but follow up with the same.Try to come up with new new solutions and make them happen you will also learn and you wont feel boring at work.
This is my own experience! And incase if you are good at training start with the Soft skill trainig and Induction training to new employees.All the Best
Lavanya :)

29th November 2007 From India, Madras
Dear Manish, you r responsible for your work and company. you are responsible for your frustration. if you cannot find any work, u’ll never find any work in any organisation. Regards, Deva
29th November 2007 From India, Madras
Dear Manish,
You hv mentioned u hv good HR Skills then take a good look at your own organisation & find a aspect of HR which interests you apart from training. Speak to your seniors & go for it. If no such challenge, then look somewhere else.
But do not stick to anything just b'cause it will not look good on CV. Find your interest & then persue it.
All the best!!!
29th November 2007 From India, Pune

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