Recently, Minister Mr Chan Chun Sing suggested in a public engagement session that employees should do justice to their jobs, instead of wishing to find the perfect job. What I believe Mr Chan’s message is, is simply about doing one’s Best in one’s job. When one does his Best in his job, he would be able to create more value to the employers. And with that, recognition in the form of promotion, higher salaries and or higher responsibilities should normally come. However, in my humble opinion, sometime, when an employee does justice to his job by performing well, the organization might not reciprocate in a similar manner by doing justice to the employee. This is often seen in cases when companies retrench some staff who might be good performers when it comes to recession or corporate downscaling.
Hence, while I do justice to my job, I will think in a …Read the full article →