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I have joined in very good MNC (Top 3) in India in Last week.Unfortunately I found some personnel problem .SO I planned to quit the company.

Now I am searching for new job.

Since I am going to quit the company in short time ,how the new employer think about me?

How i can explain myself ,so that ,It make no impact on selecting me for the company?
 
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A similar topic has been discussed here. See if it helps!
 
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Problems are never good. If you have been at this "very good MNC" and are having problems, it sounds like "you" may be the source of the problems. I would suggest that you rethink your plans and try to identify what "you" can change with "your" behavior attitude to make the situation better.

If the damage is already too much and can't be undone, then looking for a new position is your only good option.

If you have been with the "very good MNC" less than a year, I suggest not including this position. Remove it from your resume and from your mind. If you include it then you have the burden of explaining problems and problems are never good. This will have an effect on any potential new employment. It is best to not even discuss or mention these problems on a interview.

Good luck with your search!
 
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James Clarks wrote:Problems are never good. If you have been at this "very good MNC" and are having problems, it sounds like "you" may be the source of the problems. I would suggest that you rethink your plans and try to identify what "you" can change with "your" behavior attitude to make the situation better.



Agree++.

You definitely need to figure out what happened, and how to prevent it from happening again. Otherwise, all you are doing is running away from a mess, to possible create another mess. IT is a small industry, it is amazing how a reputation can follow you.

Henry

 
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Agree++ with James and Hendry.
 
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