mei_mei_06 2011-11-30 04:54 PM
[font=Calibri][size=3]I am now working in the company that has a lot of changes recently.
The major change is that another independence entity (A) has been set up and will replace the existing company (B) due to some reason.
The chief executive officer of company B has paid a lot of effort to cope with these changes such as promise the staff will be transited to the new entity company A without any salary deduction and ensure all staff will have a better benefit than before once the transition is successful.[/size][/font]
[font=Calibri][size=3]However, the chief executive officer of company B has resigned since the Council of the company employed a new senior managerial as chief executive officer of new entity company A.
The original plan is that CEO of company B will be employed as an assistance CEO of company A.
However, after work through with CEO of company A, CEO of company B found that CEO of company A is a tricky guy and the Council tends to support CEO of company A.
That is the reason why CEO of company B resigned. [/size][/font]
[font=Calibri][size=3]After CEO of company B resigned, CEO of company A started refer his ex-subordinate into this company and replaced a lot of department heads accordingly.
My department head has also been replaced with the reason of the end of contract (actually, we all are employed by contract, renewal contract with mutual agreement).
My department head told me that should aware of the new department head as the new one is referred by CEO of company A.
Since new entity has incompleteness of system, messy may occurred and the existing staff may become a scapegoat that warned by my department head. [/size][/font]
[font=Calibri][size=3]Recently, I have a chance working for a joint-project with my new department head, I found the new one has a clear of goal on leadership and have a good negotiation skills and willing to assist me to solve the problems. [/size][/font]
[font=Calibri][size=3]My problem is that if I should change my job as soon as possible even accepts lower salary and worse benefit?
Actually, I am satisfied with my existing salary and benefit but feel uncertainty.
My colleagues in the same department are looking for a new job now.
Moreover, I am planning marry next year; I am afraid that I cannot handle and adapt a lot of issues. [/size][/font]
[size=3][font=Calibri]I am seeking advice from guys here.
Thank you for your patient for reading a long story. :handshake [/font][/size]
hcchan1437 2011-11-30 11:00 PM
It is a very general case in real life. Is it very common to have a CEO ask his subordinate to take over the existing department since it is easier for him to control the company. For working level, unless the new company's strategy is "synergy" , that may be "danger" to stay. However, if your company's business is completely different from the company B, the new management cannot let everybody leaves the company while existing employees have their unique experience and intelligent for the business of company b, and relationship between company A and the existing customer is another invaluable asset for keeping the existing employees.
It is really vary by case , and also if ur function in the company A is easily replaceable. Hope it gives u some inspiration.
All the best.