Thought leadership for today and tomorrow
One of the unintended results of our economic success in the last 50 years and our near-full employment is an over-fussiness among large sections of our workforce. We all know cases of people who don’t want to work for a particular company because the commute might involve a change of bus or MRT line or where the location is “too deep in.” Job-hopping is very prevalent. What is not always recognized is that too frequent job-hopping is detrimental for individual development and to the execution of businesses’ growth and development strategies. Instead of being able to focus on growth, businesses have to spend too much time on recruitment and induction.
What will it take to inject a sense of realism and responsibility into the workforce? If you are an employer, employee, prospective employee, educator or parent we would very much like to hear your views. Contact us.