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20/08/2009 22:54:55
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I am employed as an executive but my role and responsibilities are that of a manager. I have a dept to manage. On top of that, I need to do Sales related stuff such as presentation, proposals, etc. The reason given was because I am good at what I do so therefore the management wants me to "help" out. My leave is also controlled because I am "a very important person". I have voiced my dissatisfaction over this and asked for a package that commensurate with my job scope. However, it falls on deaf ears. Recently, I was asked to be a driver for a director for a day. That was the last straw. I flatly refused. Please advise what I can do. I am thinking of writing a formal letter of complaint. But will that have any effect. Can the company initiate disciplinary action against me?
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21/08/2009 11:15:18
In general, a JD doesn't really matter, as most companies put the last clause as "any other task to be assigned from time to time." However, do request your HR to prepare one for you. The management has the rights to ask you to do something beyond your job description (thanks to your high calibre), but you equally have the choice to take it or refuse it "amicably".
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