In today’s world where there is a constant outreach for growth within organizations, should you be searching for jobs and following them or should it be the other way round?
There is a huge competition in the market for organizations to perform financially and succeed in the given market economic conditions. For organizations to perform well they need people and not ordinary people but highly talented and creative people.So it is imperative that there is real competition to source this talent and creativity from the job market.
The availability of talent and creativity is scarce in the market. This is because those organizations who acknowledge this fact are have been able to retain their employees for several years which has helped create a long lasting relationship of trust and loyalty between these employers and their employees.
So if you are truly talented and creative, the onus is on the organization to ensure that there is enough for you to remain motivated and retain-able. While the organizations that are looking out for such talents and creative people need to continually strive to outrun the loyalty of such committed employees by offering them perks and packages to entice them for joining their organizations.
In this battle of organizations searching for the right talent, the employee stands to be in the winning position in the long run, no matter which organization wins or loses the battle. So the question is,should people really be following jobs or should jobs and opportunities follow you?
If you really are among the truly talented and creative lot that is.