Something is unnatural, something is forced said thy heart when they got an offer from one of the big Marketing Giants from East India. The society was celebrating, a gala time for thy family. The acquaintances, the nearby everyone were waiting to hear the package of the gentle calm boy standing at the pool side and imagining his future with the company. Ah ha! It’s a nice company, I shouldn’t worry. They have made more recruits than rejections, so it wasn’t a point for me to give a single shot to the doubly layered hallucinations happening. So it eventually went off for a gala happening at his homestead and the next day was the head shot to the futuristic machine making company. Faster the machines, the more they are paid off… So Mr X started waving his way for the rapid fire round of his skills. Slowly he got to know that the skills had to be increased and to be further increased and again and again but his output was zero. He again tried a shot, this time with his playful wits. Initially the days seems to be fine. He was cunning with his wits and unlawfully harmed many. His personal motives were being looked good and he was being paid off for it. But it didn’t went longer. A day came when the company was going to losses and he was blamed for the entire mess. He lost his job, his salary and his every comfort. Later did he realise that materialistic things won’t make you survive in this huge arena for long. You need to roar for your rights and if not, then better to move on.
All over the world, corporates treat their employees as slaves. A stock broker makes money but he has no time to spend it. A financial planner does investment in short term plans, but the long term benefits are not visible to him. An IT professional works hard to survive but at the end of the day he only has a lot of woes and debts. So who is to blame here? Remember a word A company will say to remain persistent when it’s in profits, but the same one will sack you in losses. It’s not a self written book of explanation why a quarrel between Employee and Employer, indeed it’s always the thinking of a materialistic world. The company wants profits, you want your pockets. Whenever there is a gap, it is quarrel and it will be forever. The below quote might get some grain on your brain.
If you love the quality of your work, you won’t ever be late in your office. Employees don’t leave their jobs, they leave their bosses.
So try travelling to and fro, either choose between money or choose a life. A choice of the former would request you to gain insight in a corporate business world which requires your 24 hours. It doesn’t matter if you are playing wits with other or doing good to others, at the end of the day your 24 hours are gone. You cannot blame for it. They are paying you more than what you actually deserve. You are probably not breaking rocks like Dashrath Manjhi for which they are paying you 24 LPA. Surely they need your time. Want your time ? Then mate move on for a different possibility. You are probably on the wrong track. Try getting out of this corporate mess and create something innovative for yourself. Life is yours, and the way to reshape it will entirely be based on your thought process and the extra mile that you pay for it.
Well to say with my topic, so quarrel is never a solution. Bosses want profits, they also have their seniors who are treating them as slaves. They are obliged to treat you the same way as they are treated. This is the corporate strategy. Initially while recruiting they will see you as a potential employee, and gradually your potential vanishes just because you hadn’t signed any legal agreement of slavery for them. But we need to agree that the corporate world is serving us and we all are tasting it’s saltified sweetened attitude. You have the money and you require that to buy an Audi in the future. So you cannot let the money go. You cannot leave the Corporates. Everyone is aware that they are jailed but still they want to jailify their hands with the handcuffs tied in a bundle of 50k. Much agreed and if you possess these characteristics then surely,
Welcome to the Corporate World.