The fascinating skyscrapers are powerhouses for extensive high profit outputs. These allure a large number of qualified engineers and managers to efficiently deliver their services and flourish. However, these corporate jobs are difficult to fit into in our lifestyle.
Likes horses pulling the tongas, employees in MNCs are troubled to the fullest. They have long working hours that leave them exhausted by the end of the day. They never leave the office with the same enthusiasm that they had when they entered!
The race of achieving targets reminds them of the ‘broken anda’ mentioned by VIRUS in his super important speech. More so because the vast competition renders no place for job security. ‘You are hired!’ quickly changes to ‘You are fired!‘.
Moreover their is no room for social life in the corporate culture. You always have to be formal in all interactions. This is practiced so badly that it becomes a part of daily habit. Even talking at home becomes precise and to the point. And the hilarious part is that their social profiles show them online, without any substantial online activity!
There is so much sarcasm that even sarcasm feels shy to show up to these people. Stress and headache are regular visitors to people here. Emails and video calls are the most important things to attend in the entire day. Date and day of the week is remembered only by the biometric attendance machine. Eating and sleeping patterns are sacrificed before targets. I wonder what growth and exposure will a person have while working like an ox.
The naked truth is that only right information, obtained at right time can enable you to take right decisions. These big offices no doubt provide you world class experience and rich salaries, but at the same time make your sauce! Just be careful that you don’t miss on the real gold, in pursuit of the glitter!
Graphic By: Akash Singh