El-Watan

Promoting Democracy in Algeria

Who Should Pay For Jobs

A moment ago I stood in a purified water business, the kind that have proliferated in Mexico, which are small water-purifying with local coverage, almost one or two colonies. Well, before going to another cleansing that is like 5 blocks from the latter to visit a while ago. On arrival the first thing I get is a lovely lady with a BIG smile on your face and warm greetings, followed by this, take our bottles and carefully starts to wash, to disinfect and fill all this with the most stringent control hygiene. After performing his work, he asks “Is the first time they come? My wife and I said yes. And she very politely informed us about the process of cleansing and security with which we have to drink your water.

And just before retiring he says “I am delighted to visit us, hope you like the water and the hope here.” In WOW I retie, if so looking at all the employees to their customers this and any other country to do so would be the best in the world. And I knew this lady was owner, because I saw a laboratory certificate on behalf of a woman and that woman was assumed that we were seeing. By going the way home I ask how is it that makes a business owner meets the customers 100% as opposed to an employee in most of the time is below the standard of quality of care the owner? And what came to mind was the following: The owner of the company, is the owner “obvious”, and is working to have a profitable business, we can say that is investing an employee only sees the business owner as more work. The failure of the business owner to not only lose their source of income but it also has made the investment in it. The employee only loses his source of income and find another. What if an employee can work, must invest a sum of money?, Depending on the type of work that is, the higher the income and development potential, the greater the investment that would have to make the employee. The employee would achieve this, first think very well if this is the job that you want to be, second serve at 100% for the risk of losing the initial investment. What would happen if the initial investment is converted into shares after two or three years of seniority in the job? Could he this that Wt employees feel more committed to their work? Can I not this idea to improve the rate of employee turnover? Will it give confidence to business owners to invest in their employees cpacitacion? Will it make business more competitive? I think this a good idea must be studied more thoroughly, and I think something good can come of this idea. Visit my website for you to leave me your comments and tell me what you think.

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