My main question was my contract with present company is getting expired in Dec 09 as a Dy.HR (Head) and my son's wedding is in Dec 09 itself. My staff and workers have requested my board of dirs not to relieve me as they still want me but I have some responsibility at my home also and I need a peaceful retired life. Do I still go for retirement or reconsider my management's decision to stay back???
Let me congratulate first for being successful in the international bid. Today I can realize how you speak so polite and soft to every one in the forum.
Reading your entire problem, it is easily understood how responsible and successful you have been throughout in your professional life I must thank you at outset for involving us at this juncture. I am sure you will decide better than us yet I would like to share my honest and practical views since it is desired.
Your esteemed organization had assessed your value long back and entrusted you with huge responsibilities with immense trust and you made them satisfied carrying them out successfully. This is why you are found to be an indispensable worker to your unit.
It is mere coincidence that you are getting retired in the month of December and your son is going to tie the knot this month itself.
I am really very confused to express myself. I am very sure you have a very cordial relation with your board of dir ...more
i bet u will feel boring,
i.e change ur work
never get retired, i pray to god give life till i work and let me work till i live
1. From your previous question and this one, I understand that you have had quite a successful career.
2. From you language here in QNA, I draw a conclusion that you have effectively groomed your successor.
3. So either option will be fine for you.
4. Would ypour continuing in the office anyway hamper arrangement for your son's marriage? I guess not.
5. The reason is that your management will be less focused on your day-to-day work now and their demand basically will revolve around your strategic guidance, which will give you ample time to work for your son's marriage.
6. Since you already have a well-groomed successor, he/ she can take care of the day-to-day responsibilities.
7. So, in my personal opinion, your continuation in your current capacity would not hamper your plans to arrange for your son's marriage.
8. Thus, you can continue in your job with preparations for your son's marriage wit ...more