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During personnel transfers, there are cases of honorary retirement, and various movements such as promotion and relegation. In a cluttered situation, there are many situations in which office workers worry and panic in such an atmosphere. For office workers, promotion is one of the three joys and can be said to be the process of achieving one’s own achievements. However, what should you do if you are missing a promotion or do not get the position you want? Worse still, if you are relegated, you may feel like your world is collapsing. What has already happened has happened, and what remains is important to find out what needs to be done for future development and turn crises into opportunities. If you do not spend this time properly, you may face a situation where you do not have anything left to do with your heartache if it leads to demotion as well as frustration with promotion. That’s why it’s so important how you take care of yourself during this time.
Don’t talk to the neighborhood
It is impossible not to have complaints in the heart, but expressing them as they are is a different story. Of course, your mood may appear on your face, but you need to hide it as much as possible, and you should never make noise in the neighborhood while complaining. Because people see their true self when they experience disadvantages, and everyone remembers and evaluates it.
Think it’s just adversity
When you face adversity, you know what kind of person that person is. Mere adversity—a missed promotion or a failed personnel transfer—shouldn’t speak for everyone. That’s why complaints and complaints can become toxic to you and come back, and the easiest way to prevent this is to not spread complaints.
Avoiding the Temptation of Complaining
Acquaintances will want to encourage and comfort you. You will hear the story ‘I can’t believe this situation and it doesn’t make sense’ to ‘I should have a drink’. It’s important to be responsive to this and not to let your grievances come naturally. Rather, you may face embarrassing situations, and in these situations, your dignity, shaken by emotions, may be revealed. Also, since personnel transfers are a decision of the superiors and the upper management, exposing complaints about orders as they are is never a good thing.
don’t give up
don’t be discouraged
The current personnel transfer does not mean the end of one’s life. Don’t be discouraged by unwanted personnel transfers or frustrated dreams of promotions that have plunged you into the abyss of life.
You may feel like resigning in anger with a more severe reaction, but this is the most foolish thing to do. The people around me will never be sorry for my resignation or make sacrifices for me. Rather, it is like admitting that it is time for you to leave. The organization quickly forgets the person who left and goes back to normal. You should refrain from overdoing it as if something big had happened. Resignation is even more prohibited if you feel resentful because of your resentment.
hold on to the end
Contrary to the resignation, you have to persevere until the end and wait for an opportunity to publicize your strength.
Do not stay depressed for long
don’t pretend to be okay
If you miss out on a promotion, you’re bound to feel depressed. But it’s also not always nice to seem okay after an unsatisfying personnel transfer. If you show a lively attitude and shout “fighting”, people may look down on you rather than thinking, ‘You’re a person full of energy’. Even if you don’t get a promotion, you can be seen as someone who doesn’t care, and you can be branded as a person who doesn’t have any problems with unreasonable things.
Stay true to your emotions and return to your daily life
Neither the excessively short period of discouragement nor the long period of time are inappropriate, and it is important to properly manage and respond to facial expressions. If you don’t, people around you often leave, and the organization may not think well of you. It is important to be faithful to your feelings and return to your daily life with the mindset that you will recover quickly.
The three greatest joys of office workers are promotions, bonuses, and the retirement of hated bosses.
Resignation is prohibited if you feel resentful because of your heart. On the contrary, you have to persevere until the end and wait for an opportunity to make your sound known.
If you show a lively attitude and shout “fighting”, people may look down on you rather than thinking, 'You're a person full of energy'.