Not Being An Employee

Posted by Kris | Sunday, February 03, 2013 | | 4 comments »

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Since today is a weekend, so take your time to reflect on the following points. Thanks to google translate, language is no a longer a boundary when I blog-walk. Below are some extracts from wasanga.(a spanish website)



The limitation of being an employee.

1. The goals for the hard work to achieve corporate goals and not yours.

2.You is simply a tool to reach them. (company goals)

3. The possibilities of you owning the company is almost impossible.

4. The interview questions were based on the jobs that you could contribute to the growth of the company.

5. You get paid by the hour or adjustments.




Being an employee myself, I do at times really want to get out of the 9 to 5 (8) rat race. Besides, I have a natural tendency to build something up :D And most of my parent's brother/sisters are businessmen. Only until my cousins and my generation, that most of us become working professionals. Well, there is not 100% bad being an employee, but you will realized that there is are some limitations.


4 comments

  1. ChampDog // 11:21 AM  

    I"m an employee too. :)

    Those employee's goal which can be aligned with corporate goals probably the most luck one!

  2. Mr Lonely // 11:40 AM  

    yeah.. this is so true.. but we still working for others people even if we understand this~ sigh...

  3. Kris // 12:13 PM  

    @ChampDog,

    I like your statement. Lol. True if performance is tied very strongly to the company goals, especially if you are in the high management level.

    @Lonely,
    By working with people, you also will gain some soft skills, and you are allowed to fail. Whereas, in business, you fail means you will be in financial trouble or worst a bankrupt.

  4. Mr Lonely // 8:56 PM  

    i see.. thanks