Friday, June 12, 2020

Resetting

Resetting....in progress!
As per my earlier post, Decision Time, finally I am able to share more now that I am officially serving my notice amidst the Covid-19 situation. Will be leaving my current company that I've been  serving for 9 years plus, and no, I am not F.I.R.E yet, just pursuing my mid-life career elsewhere.

In fact, I am one of those rare bunch who like to continue working for as long as possible.

Will take short one-week break before resetting myself to embrace the new beginning. Throughout my 26+ years working life, I've only changed 3 employers (including the current one), guess I am not into job-hop. The experience of getting into the upcoming 4th employer is kind of unique one as until today, I've not met my future boss (face to face) yet. Thanks to the Covid-19, all interviews were done via teleconferencing, including signing on the Letter Of Appointment is also done electronically.

With the current Covid-19 situation, I foresee that I might still be WFH (working from home), at least for the first few weeks, will be another new experience in virtual induction and getting to know new colleagues via online.

Cheers!



 

 

5 comments:

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    1. Cheers to you too CW8888. How are you doing recently? Guess busier?

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  2. Nice set of change of environment :)

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    1. Hi B, follow your footstep hahaha... How's the new working environment?

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