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    Why the employers expect more from the new employees?

    It is invariably seen that the new employee who is necessarily on training period and does not have the idea of working system, is being pressurized to work with accountability and surely being new to the job his works end with mistakes for which he gets the banging from the management and co employees. But the interesting point is that the seniors will not guide him properly and thus pushed to the situation of no or nil learning of new job. What should be the options open for the new employee in that situation.?
  • #720096
    Is it really so, always? In every private organization, employees have accountabilities and one has to take some other responsibilities also along with their domain of expertise. The pressure builds up because the management is concerned about increasing the profits of the organization and the employees need to work diligently according to the expectation of the management. In many organizations, the trainees are unnecessarily pressurized by the seniors because the seniors know the trainees cannot say much during the training period since their performance or acceptability as a permanent employee in the organization will be evaluated by the seniors only during the appraisal. At times, the seniors relax and give their own workload to the trainees. If the environment is not suitable enough, it becomes difficult to work but that also makes the trainee tough mentally. If it is possible self-learning can be tried out. Another thing can be to openly discuss with the HR manager about the difficulties they are facing. At times, noncooperation occurs because the seniors themselves were not entertained much during their training period and they feel since they learned most of the things out of their own the juniors will also follow the same way. Most of the organizations follow a hierarchical system and new employees/trainees may talk to their higher ranks to address the issues. It may also happen that the new employee/trainee has a particular issue that needs to be addressed and talking to the management about the problems faced by the employee may be the best way.
    Sankalan

    "Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"

  • #720108
    It all depends on the abilities of the employee and the nature of task or work. I think a new employee will work more diligently because he has to prove that his selection in this company was the right decision of the company. It is not always true that colleagues will not support him if he finds some kind of difficulty in performing his task, surely they will support or guide if he asks for their help. However, if nobody supports him, he can't stay there for a long time because where someone has non-cooperative staff, he will face resistance from them too unless he is clever enough to manoeuvre the situation.

  • #720109
    Because the new employee is under the compulsion of learning and behavior.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #720117
    Employer will always like that the new employee should learn the job quickly and start doing it independently and efficiently and in many cases if it so happens the new employee gets quick promotions and rises also in his career. So employer has no choice except pressurising the new employee till he starts resisting it or appears to be burdened by it. The basic philosophy in any organisation is to test the new incumbent up to his limit of deliverance and then leave him at that stage. The organisation is paying to the person so they have all right to test his best potential level so that accordingly he may be given bigger responsibilities and more salary. That is where some of the new employees take advantage of the situation and rise to higher levels while some old employees remain stagnated at their level for years.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #720137
    The priority of every organization is to first give proper training to the employees for the work process and then gradually increase their work but not only the employer but a new employee does the same. The new employees want to build a good image by doing more and more work in their new organization. Apart from this, there is another reason, that when the person starts any new job or work, then initially his enthusiasm and confidence level is more than the rest.
    Swati Sharma

    Keep your Face to the SunShine

  • #720167
    Whether it is a new employee or an existing employee in a private company will always have to deliver the goods. Otherwise, he may not be able to continue in the job for long. A new employee will be given on job training and once he completes his training he will be given some responsibilities. A new employee will be guided properly by his seniors and bosses. If not, they have to see that his work will also be attended by somebody.
    All depends on the individual. How well he faces the situation and learn the work will see his career growth. So it is in the interest of the employee, he has to learn well and progress fast.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #720180
    Freshers are young and so energetic. They are unbiased and have the loyalty and attachment to their job. They would not have imbibed any particular principle stand or extra external loyalty or interest. Their minds are fresh and they will be brimming with many new ideas and suggestions. They will not , generally, be having the burden of family maintenance and thus not extra greedy towards money and salary and do not mind putting extra hours and efforts in work..
    All these makes the new employees good performers, with some support and training, and employers naturally would like to make use of that.

  • #720275
    Employers very well know the potential of the old employees. They have already reached an optimal relation with them. But when the new employee join, the employer does not know about them as how much performance they would be able to deliver. So, the employer would press them to get maximum and the new employee also will try to do their best. So, during this initial time the capacity and capability of the new employees will be very well known to the employer and he will utilise that knowledge in distributing the responsibilities to these new members in due course of time.
    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.


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