Bring it up to your boss!! "Again!"
Each of you of course have different concerns and angles – (s)he has a team to run, and you're about to have a baby – but the two of you have got to communicate.
Seriously – print out this forum comment and set it down on the desk in front of him or her. (You have actually referred to several dimensions of the ...
I would just say something generic like "Yeah, I know we talked before, and I really appreciate the offer, but after more thought I'm really happy where I am now. Not looking for a change. "
Doesn't have to be something your fret about. I would not give a reason. No need to imply anything negative about their offer.
Schedule a meeting with your manager about career growth.
Talk to him and say that you want more challenging work.
Say you have different ideas about how this could be done:
Different tasks in your team (the stuff the senior does), changing team.
Ask your manager how you could do more challenging work, if he has any ideas.
Because change of team is only one ...
Please help me in understanding how better I could communicate this with my manager.
Be direct. Schedule a meeting with your manager. Tell them you feel you have grown a lot and you feel that you belong in one of the expert teams. Ask what the path for a transfer to one of those teams is.
If your manager cannot show you a path forward, be prepared to look ...
Wait for the first paycheck
If you already talked to the boss and HR about this problem, you did what you could. I suggest writing official mail (if you did not do that) and asking for confirmation and clarification of your new role, with accompanying pay raise.
If they refuse to confirm this, and you do not get the raise, there a several options you have:
I would accept the new role, it is good for your career progression. Then I would suggest raising this with your manager politely, indicating that after your raise in responsibilities you are now expecting a corresponding raise in pay. Be careful not to make this an ultimatum officially, just have a discussion, and come prepared with a good idea of what that ...
You should walk away and never look back.
You are being scammed.
It's clear you were tricked in to thinking you had some sort of "actual offer".
However. only now this "boss" is "going through the approval process".
You've been scammed.
Also worried if for whatever reason it fails the approval process I
will not get the salary I had negotiated and we agreed on.
Are you willing to avoid doing the new job and go back to your old job if the pay raise doesn't go through?
If you answer "yes" to that question, you made a strategic mistake by agreeing to start the new work before ...
What should I do?
Unless you don't trust your boss, be patient. There's nothing else to be done and after all, it's only been a week.
And if for some reason you don't trust your boss, update your resume and find a new job.
I have been attending virtual interviews lately and this is something that is trending within India. They do request for such documents even before releasing an offer.
With the onset of virtual interviews, identity checks have become a priority. They will be releasing an offer letter against your name and they need to know whether you are the same person who ...
You communicated "immediate joiner" at the time of interview, and now would like to change the terms that you communicated.
The HR/teams at various companies do understand the power of offer letters, and hence having a job in hand is very useful when negotiating.
Also, even if you had said "immediate joiner", you can still ask for a ...
It depends on the way you phrase your request. Companies will want to know “do you like our offer”? The correct answer is a variation of:
I am really excited but I would like to have offer letter to make the decision. I need to consult with my family, and discuss all the details of this opportunity.
Whether you need offer letter to solicit competing offers,...
There are a couple of red flags.
She does not have to "try her level best" for an offer letter. It has to be issued by her. If she can't do that, or is not doing that, there are other issues in the picture which she is not discussing with you.
Repeatedly contacting her will not help the situation.
Keep looking around, keep interviewing, and drop ...
There is no way to know what the recruiter is thinking.
How should I approach?
You already have more than once, but you don't seem to like the answers.
What should I do?
If you feel everything is legit and want the job, then allow the recruiter to work at their own pace and wait for an offer. If not carry on searching for work while you wait.