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re: What's the worst career decision you've ever made? VIEW POST

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So, I got my first job at a very renowned MNC here. As per the process, I was supposed to attend the company's training period. I was taught Java, html, css and Javascript. After completing the training period, I was expecting a job in the same technologies. But no, they put me in a support project for SAPAG, where I was supposed to do nothing, but follow a 15-20 step procedure daily for every customer request. The work was so easy, there's no training required for that. I requested my manager to allow me to automate the whole process so that the work force needed for that 24*7 project may reduce.. But he denied. He asked me to only focus on the procedure and do nothing else. There was no innovation, no creativity and definitely no learning. My biggest life regret was, not saying NO to that toxic project, and staying 2 years in it. I should've left earlier when I realized there was nothing to learn.

 

I requested my manager to allow me to automate the whole process so that the work force needed for that 24*7 project may reduce.. But he denied.

Unbelievable.

 

My manager rejected mine many times, even after I did it off the record and proved that our work can be made easy. Finally I'm quitting my job.

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