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Mayank Rautela is the group chief human resources officer at Care Hospitals.
A management graduate from the Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies with a master's degree in labour laws from Pune University, Rautela has over 20 years of experience in general management, strategic human resources, global mergers and integrations and change management.... more
Suchita Question by Suchita on Apr 22, 2021Hindi
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Hi Mayank,
I am 41 and working in an IT MNC which I joined last year right before the lockdown.
While the company is stable and doing well, I am somehow unable to match up to the performance levels of my colleagues despite always having been an achiever in my previous jobs. This could be because I handle a set of accounts which are new and were given to me to be onboarded only six months back.
The problem is that my bosses have high expectations and I hear a lot of advice on how I should approach my work but, in actual terms, my manager never really bothers to support me.
I seem to be working in a silo and, no matter what I do, I feel like an outsider all the time.
There is a lot of politics as well and I often lose orders to other colleagues.
I am not happy here and would like to move on. Is it ok to change a job only after 1.3 years of working in a company?
Please advise.
Regards,
Suchita

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Hi Suchita.

This is certainly not the right time to change a job. Since your company is stable, you must stay here and look at ways to be effective.

First of all, set clear expectations with your manager while keeping his manager also in the loop.

Managing her/his team online would be a new experience for your manger as well, so you need to be understanding.

You must have a candid discussion with him and, if possible, move to another process/manager.

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