“Work in the corporate” is many of ours dream,

For AZ,that is my theme.

Under any circumstance,the one thing that either saves us or drowns us is our very own #decisions.And in most of the cases we are not able to decide which is the right way for us to choose.And at work? Woooohh…the very thought is frightening. Here’s the worst case of all

The name is good, the brand is big
But the work I do is that of a pig
the work or the brand; what is my way?
I don’t know if I should stay.

To work, they have set their own way
nobody will care to hear what I say
they will never change their way
I don’t know if I should stay.

The project is in a critical stage
but to do good work, this is the age
this dilemma is killing me day by day
I don’t know if I should stay.

The money is good, the place is great
but the development is at a very small rate
should I go for the work, or wait for pay
I don’t know if I should stay!

The managers don’t know what they talk
the team doesn’t know where they walk
that’sthe reason for all dismay,
I don’t know if I should stay.

I can go to any other place
but what if I get the same disgrace
I can’t keep switching day by day
I don’t know if I should stay.

brain drain


When such a situation occurs,and have a conflict within yourself,it is always recommended to an opinion from the best source known to you.Here are few titbits to help you from such situations( may not be always):

  • If you are 100% sure beyond the shadow of a doubt that you will never, ever like the job you’re in, and you’re going to find a new one, use what you learned to evaluate the potential new jobs. Make sure your next job fits what you like.
  • Many times the part you hate about your job is another employee or several of them that make life at work miserable. The thing to remember about these people is, do not take things that are said personal. There are some who are insulting, jealous, gossipy, and even those who may be out to get your job. Sometimes finding something you like about that person and commenting about it to them can turn someone completely around. Be interested in what they have to say. Ask questions about them or their life. Many times that person will begin to not know why they like you and they will change the way they react to you. When you have found someone who is a constant problem, this is evident to everyone else too. Don’t get caught up in their ways.
  • Remember that the grass is not always greener on the other side. Sometimes you can change a job only to find that the new job has an employer who is very difficult to deal with or worse employees, even to have double the work load or less pay or benefits. Do your homework before you make that change. Get to know more about the potential new job and the people you will be working with.
  • Start looking. By taking action, you will either find that you like your job more than what’s out there, or find another one. Sometimes the act of looking for a new job can be therapeutic in itself.
  • Realize that your attitude impacts others as well as your job performance. If you can afford it, take a couple of days off to reflect on where you are vocationally, and where you would like to be heading. Stepping back and gaining a different perspective can be crucial to changing your outlook and attitude.
  • If financially feasible, start putting a chunk of each paycheck into a high-yield savings account or a “freedom fund”. It may take up to a year depending on how much you can contribute, but eventually you will have saved enough to leave your job and support yourself for a period of time while looking for a new opportunity.