_sharax journal_ _a word or two or more about her journey day-to-day _what she thinks that she might not share verbally _what she amazed at, who she wrote about, when she experience it, where have she been, which she prefer more, how she express it_

Monday, April 03, 2006


huh... u think am just excited with Treasure Hunt?? haha... right now, am more towards reading 'tulips' (find 'TULIPS') for my career path...

hmm.. guess what? one of my best senior (in fact all them are best in their own way) are leaving... not so long ago, one of my best senior also 'trying' to leave, yet he didn't... (i admit that my employer is one of the best in Malaysia in its own way)...

Here got two nice article i wanna share:

1. The Ideal Employer
and, here the Excerpts :
Employers vary enormously - the best will provide you with good training opportunities and will help you to fulfill your potential.
The worst will wring you out and leave you with skills that are so out-of-date that you are unemployable.

In looking at an employer, you should look at:

* the culture of the company
* the people you will be working with
* the extent to which the role will meet your personal needs, and
* the opportunities that the job will be opened to you.

For a job to be good and satisfying, it needs to satisfy your personal needs. It should also lead you towards achieving your aspirations and personal goals.

Good employers will be able to offer you good opportunities for career development.

2. Why do talented employees leave companies?
and, here the Excerpts :
If you’re losing good people, look to their immediate supervisor. More than any other single reason, he is the reason people stay and thrive in an organisation. And he’s the reason why they quit, taking their knowledge, experience and contacts with them. Often, straight to the competition.

Beyond a point, an employee’s primary need has less to do with money, and more to do with how he’s treated and how valued he feels.

The first time, an employee may not leave, but a thought has been planted. The second time, that thought gets strengthened. The third time, he starts looking for another job.
When people cannot retort openly in anger, they do so by passive aggression. By digging their heels in and slowing down. By doing only what they are told to do and no more. By omitting to give the boss crucial information.

Am not to comment...
Thanks for reading...


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