Image from The Gaping Void
I take this posts’ title from a colleague who mentioned this over lunch recently — his take was that larger corporations, even multinational, would have a disincentive to hiring visionary and dynamic people who take risks and create breakthrough business innovation — those people “rock the boat”.
I also came across this nice post on the same subject. Here is an excerpt.
Industrialists (owners) that define the corporate culture in Pakistan
have many things in common. Exceptions apart, corporate leaders in
private sector ruthlessly eliminate any one who is not totally behind
them. This trend breed job insecurity in the blue as well as white
collars incumbents at all levels. Result: lack of commitment,
involvement by the employees and not putting in their best that in turn
results non-standard work environment and poor productivity. In a
restricted to some specially chosen industry units in Lahore, Manga,
Bahi Pheru, Raiwind, Chunnian, and Shekupura reveals involuntary job
loss, for any reasons, as a most common concern of the employees.
Survey also shows an increase in unemployment duration and decrease in
job tenure (the average length of time workers spend with one
employer). Every one seems to be having a long list of experiences,
different concerns they have been working in.
Read the rest of the post here.