We live in a changing work environment, in which the niche of Dynamics 365 professionals is small and specialised. Companies dedicated to consultancy in this technology have to work hard to retain our talent and continue to attract more.
Today I am talking about people, in our team we have many brave people who have taken the leap and left their countries of origin to become part of our family. Our hearts swell at the thought of how lucky we are to have been chosen.
Imagine what it must be like to suddenly make such a brutal change in your life, to move away from family, friends and all your familiar surroundings in order to continue growing as a professional. The best thing is for the collaborators themselves to tell us about it:

How did you join axazure?

Moving countries for work? Axazure

Natalia Salas
Senior Functional Consultant Dynamics 365 Finance

I had been working for a few years as a consultant for a partner in Argentina, Axazure was looking for a financie consultant and I was looking for a change and professional growth… and through people in common in our world (who spoke very well of me) we communicated. I think the process happened naturally, I already knew Antonio and Hugo virtually because I always followed El Rincón Dynamics page. I remember that I had the interview very early in the morning with zero expectations, for me it was a totally different world where I had no place, I slept a little bit more before starting my working day and when I woke up I had an email saying that they were interested in me and we started to exchange emails.
At that time I was a much more impulsive person than I am now, and all I could think was: why not? Worst case scenario that I do very, very badly, the worst thing that can happen to me is that I have to go back and start from scratch. But I’d rather try and fail than be left with the lifelong intrigue of “what if…”. So within a month I was packing my suitcase and getting my tickets, I said goodbye to my family and friends, and so almost without thinking 3 years ago I started this new life.

How did you join axazure?

When you emigrate you will have to accept new social norms and rules. You should therefore assume as soon as possible that you will need a process of adaptation and learning and that you may go through something that everyone in this situation experiences to a greater or lesser extent: the so-called culture shock, a state of anxiety produced by contact with a new culture, accompanied by feelings of loss and confusion. But there is also the good part, meeting people and gaining more personal and professional experience.
I would certainly do it again, in my case with time everything was getting better and more organised, I made many friends with whom I have fun every day, and of course I was lucky to join the Axazure family, which is a great company to work for and helps you every day to grow more and more every day.

Moving countries for work? Axazure

Frederico Rozato
Dynamics 365 Consultant SCM and Finance & Operations

What advice would you give to a person who is thinking of moving to another country for work?

Moving countries for work? Axazure

Cristina Martínez
Dynamics 365 Consultant SCM and Finance & Operations

The first thing that comes to my mind is to tell you that for each person this decision is different because of their personal and work history, and in my opinion it is difficult for me to give generic advice, but since you ask me …. I would dare to say that….
Above all, you have to believe in the project you are embarking on, it will ultimately be the reason why you motivate yourself day by day when things get difficult.
New country, different customs. Don’t try to force everything to be the same as in your country, because it won’t be… I say this from my own experience, the dulce de leche is not the same 😊. Little by little you have to let yourself be seduced by the beautiful things of the city you are in and when you dare to go further, travel around that country as much as you can.
In my case I have changed country twice… I always needed advice for the paperwork, if you can count on someone you know who is already in the country… ask them EVERYTHING but EVERYTHING you need before submitting the wrong form.
It also depends on what your family situation is at the time you decide to move, homesickness is something you can’t avoid, you just have to find that balance between time differences and the realisation that you may also have new friends in the new country who will hopefully become your family too. And maybe it helps to be able to plan when you might be able to go back to your home country for a holiday. In my case, I need a dose of Argentinian-ness from time to time.

They have told us about their experience, with its pros and cons, and what would you do?
Would you like to be part of our family? talento@axazure.com

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