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What Should Replace Loyalty To Company?
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Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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10/10/2013 | 6:57:42 PM
re: What Should Replace Loyalty To Company?
Your 4 points for where the career jump should start sounds a lot like what a good mentor provides. Find a mentor who believes in you and has contacts outside Big, and you're off to a good start, right?
Lorna Garey
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10/10/2013 | 2:01:37 PM
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Maybe Michael Dell is on the right track then.
Lorna Garey
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Lorna Garey,
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10/10/2013 | 2:00:40 PM
re: What Should Replace Loyalty To Company?
Essentially, people need to stop looking to their jobs for identity. Trading talent and effort for money and a reasonable retention rate is only a bad deal if you also expect some sort of spiritual or social fulfillment from your employer.
RobPreston
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10/10/2013 | 1:58:44 PM
re: What Should Replace Loyalty To Company?
Most companies, at least the public ones, are only as loyal to their good people as their current financial situation and financial overseers allow them to be. Very short-term thinking.
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