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I have just started my new job. The company is a really great well-known company to work for (on the benefits perspective), no doubt, but my position itself is not really my expertise. I realize it after first week that it is probably my big mistake that I didn't clarify it during interviews. Of course I knew what they do during interviews, but I haven't expected that it is so different from my 5 years experience in this field (their workflows, team's structures, process management, etc.), and I am feeling that I am not a good fit for them. Of course I could stay with them, but I have a concern that if I should continue the path that I have been doing the last 5 years, or I should really do something new.
Anyway, I have decided that I will look for a new position. I know, it is not nice and professional to find a new job after 1 month, but I think it would be good for both parties. My questions are: - Does it make my picture bad in the company? And how to tell them in the way that doesn't cause any bad consequence? - If I have an interview now, should I mention that I am working at the moment for another company?
I am in panic and stress about this predicament I am in. Thanks in advance for your professional advice.
EDIT: The duplicate marked question is different, because the person in the question didn't really a contract.