K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
I agree that practice makes a man perfect but here perfect does not stand for infallibility. Such a person is expected to perform flawlessly.
The author has raised the question that new blood is paid more salary than experienced employees. Broadly, there is a difference between young educated employees and experienced employees. Young guys who are given more salary because their service is hired by the company, so their talent and characteristics are exploited because there is no guarantee when they will join another company on a higher salary. Whereas experienced employees are trusted and honest in the eyes of management. Even they have some shortcomings in their performance, their shortcomings will be overlooked. They are the pillars of the company. Their salary is increased every year or as per the policy of the management.
A qualified man may get initially higher payment and if he puts in some experience automatically he will get higher remuneration than a fresh qualified man. Whether you are qualified or not, your experience will always count and a person with experience and qualification will always be preferred for senior posts than only experienced without qualification or a fresh qualified person.
So learn the right way, practice the same as many times as possible in the right way, you will be the perfect man.
Knowledge is power.