........loyalty to the company you serve for..........
January 9, 2008 12:37am CST
"Do you have loyalty to your company?" I asked one of my friends who changes her job frequently. She has 7 years work experience and served for 8 companies with ten positions since graduated. Each time she moved to a new company, she explained that she can earn more or have a better enviroment at the new one. What do you think about? Do you choose loyalty to your served company or a better new one if you have chance?
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9 Jan 08
Hello dear friend. I think that it is very normal for one to constantly change his job in a different place if he wants to always try something new in a new place and in a new company. This friend of yours is not alone there as I have also a very good friend as well as my colleague, who keeps changing his working units as well for getting a higher salary and I have to say that he is really having a much higher salary than most of my friends can get. He is also encouraging us to move on from the old working place, but we have not thought about this as we feel comfortable here in the same place and have a great feeling for it because of years' of working here. I think that I am loyal to my working place because my boss is nice and kind to me otherwise I would have been working somewhere else now. So as to the question of being loyality or not, it depends on both parties who treat each other well as we are humans with feelings as to what is good or not. Thanks very much for your discussion, my dear new friend.
10 Jan 08
Most people arround me prefer a stable job to new changes. They know their company after a long-term serve which makes them feel more safe, comfortable and suitable as well. Average improvement in salary hasn't enough temptation to change their mind to work in another company. A quite few people are busy in seeking out a better alternative and some of them undoubtfully find their upgraded way as the same as your friend you mentioned. I don't think it is right or false to take this action but may be a degree of satisfaction to the work that can be dwindled little by little once the company establishs a wholesome welfare system.