Employment equation

  • An employment can be as dry as:

Value of my work = My salary and benefits

  • It can be a little bit better if:

Value of my work + My goodwill for my company = My salary and benefits + My company’s care for my personal life

  • However there is element of imbalance if:

Value of my work + My goodwill for my company = My salary and benefits + My company’s care for my personal life + A sense of having done favor to me by employing me

or

Value of my work + My goodwill for my company + A sense of grattitude for the favor of the employer by employing me = My salary and benefits + My company’s care for my personal life

The employees falling in the second option might be one of the largest category who feel work stress. Let me call them stressployees.

  • Also there is another kind of imbalance if:

Value of my work = My salary and benefits + My company’s care for my personal life

or

Value of my work + complete ingrattitude for the goodwill of the employer = My salary and benefits + My company’s care for my personal life

These employees are more than lucky.

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I think the imbalace of stressployees is the worst social phenomenon. For them, I advise, social status should not be more important than status of the mind. Also a thinking that their spouse or kids would leave them if they don’t maintain employment or financial social status is completely unwarranted. The price of keeping the social status artificially elevated, beyond one’s capacity, beyond luck, is much more harmful.

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