Why technical people work 'under' non-technicals and are underpaid ?
April 9, 2008 12:59am CST
It is always so. Pupils try very hard their student life to get into good technical course. But once joined a job they find that there are a non-technical people at the helm and they rule the roost. And technical engineers are always underpaid and least facilities are given to them. They feel cheated. All the dreams crumble one by one of their high expectations of their jobs and lives.Why ?
9 Apr 08
non technicians also play a vital role in a company.consider non-technicians such as management side,it is important to manage a company in a right way.they recruit the technicians ,they outsource and many other vital jobs are carried out by them.recently the ISB students are paid with an average compensation of about 65 lac pa. in their campus placements.that is the importance of a nontechnician.more the pay more vital work is expected from them.
9 Apr 08
My point is that what managers have to do at an engineering firm. They dictate what engineering should be like.They think from a management perspective than from a technical view point.OK..even if they have substantial work why there is parity in pay ? they have all the facilities in the world available to them. As long as salaries are equal to all similar category of posts there would not be a problem. Let everyone do specilise in their own field but pay equal. Even in Engineering also sufficient management training should be given so that they handle mgmt in engg side.