Shahzad Bhatti Welcome to my ramblings and rants!

February 6, 2006


Filed under: Computing — admin @ 8:36 pm

Most of the corporate culture encourages heroism, where dedication or value of employees is measured by how much time evenings or weekend they spend at work. This largely effect how employees are treated by management or promoted. Many such environment also encourage incompetence. For example, if you do a sloppy job at work leading to buggy product or software and then spend nights and weekends to fix them you are lauded and recognized as a dedicated worker. However, if you finish your job within schedule and without any problems and leave your work at time then your dedication is questioned. Most companies don’t realize that when your employees are spending 13-14 hours a day they find ways to do their other personal tasks such as making private calls, dropping cleaning, etc. Nevertheless, it is corporate culture that rewards people who make heroic effort to make up for their incompetence.

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