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Asked to Resign on Performance Issues
« on: June 02, 2013, 09:55:09 PM »
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I am an IT Finance professional with an experience of more than 7.5 years and have worked in at least 4 top IT companies of India. I hold degree in MBA Finance and Electronics Engg. from a decent Business School and throught my education I have mainted more than 73% marks.


I was asked to Resign by my company HR citing the reasons of poor performance.


I had joined the company about 2 years back and was ranked as 4 (Needs Improvment) by my supervisor in my first year of appraisal itself. The reasons citted were - lack of motivation, need to fit in company culture,etc. Pl note that my technical skills were appreciated as well.
Thus, I was put on Performance Improvement Program (PIP) where I was assigned a particular Task (related to the daily work only) by my supervisor to be completed on time. I successfully completed the same and received client appreciation as well for the same. Finanlly, I was removed from PIP and was told by HR that if I got rank 4 or 5 in the next appraisal, I would be asked to resign.
Kindly note that PIP did not include any training/counselling either from HR or my supervisor.
Now, in the second year my supervisor got changed and I was assigned to a project where I worked with my Architect, Track Lead and Project Manager. Pl note that my new Supervisor had absolutely no involvement in the daily Tasks. The Management had received positive feedback about me from my Architect but he soon resigned as well. Here in this Project, I had disagreements with my Project Manager and it came to my knowledge that he had submitted negative feedback about me to his supervisor. Nevertheless, I received positive feedbacks from the Client on this project.
However, this time I got rank 5 in the appraisal citing reasons of negative feedback from Team menbers (no mention of postive feedback that I received from Client) and was asked to resign by my HR which I did.
I feel I have been treated unfairly and would like to know if I deserve to have a fair hearing.
Kindly let me know your opinion on this.

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