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  • rahul

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    June 7, 2021 at 4:28 PM
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    Now a days traditional organizations are hiring employees who will work for them an entire career while at the same time new Multinational companies are looking for a variety of expert employee from different parts of the world. In my opinion hiring employees for the lifetime is not a good option for the growth of the company as well as an employee.

    Firstly, it is a positive development for the company to keep looking for new hand for the same job as they will get the expertise of the work if one person does not have those skills. Importantly finding a new hand will also introduce updated method or technology in the job. Further, if the businesses hired employees who work for them during an entire career, then there is so much dependability of the company on that worker and there are huge chances that their business might be affected once the employee is retired. Even at that time it would be challenging for an employer to looking for an alternative.

    Secondly, it is not good from the worker perspective as they will not get the desired growth in the same company which he can achieve by switching the multiple jobs. Sometimes there are higher chances that an employee has started losing interest while working for a longer time in the same company and they need the versatility in their profile to upgrade his skills and knowledge. So, an employee would be given a fair opportunity to search for a different job and if required explore other countries for occupation. As with the help of globalization people can work any part of the world without any restriction.

    To Summarize, I must say that we are living in a developing country and need to change ourselves from the old mentality of hiring employee till retirement. An employee as well as department both should be given a fair chance to explore something new and better.