Investing your Valuable time with Right People
Updated on August 22, 2016 in General Discussion
9 on August 18, 2016

Choosing the right people for the right project is crucial for any organization or even to manage a situation. There are two ways you can built your dream team for your organization.

Hire Experts

This option i suitable for corporate business who already established their brand name in to the market and trying to accomplish or pursue their annual targets and milestone using industry experts to avoid the hassles. Corporate’s normally hire experts, pay them high and let them handle everything according to their job role.However, The pro’s have to deliver the results not only for stabilizing their position, it may affect their reputation as well. Therefore, PRO’s get paid high and deliver what they promised as per their agreement.

The risk level is to the organizations is very low, hence they hire with an agreement or a pre-arranged deal basis. Eg: Marketing Director with 5 Years Experience, Network Engineers with 5 Years Work + CCNA,RHCE Qualifications,etc.

If they delivered the results only they will be survive and getting promoted or getting some extra bonus from the organization to pursue their next milestone.

Hire Freshers

Hire school leavers and freshers, provide training and necessary resources to develop themself. Suitable for Startup Businesses! Most successful startup’s hire freshers those who know nothing about the industry and provide one on one coaching to train them well using strategies like creating Passion, Changing their Daily lifestyle, Attitude,workology and most importantly sharing their knowledge withe freshers.

But, comparing the first option, Hiring freshers is also a high risk for the startups! Because they have zero knowledge about the industry or even their job role. in this case we may have to spend lot of time to improve their skill level, passion, enthusiasm to make them better and stronger for pursue their future goal.

I would suggest you to NOT to spend too much of your time with freshers unless they are result oriented passionate people. Give them few task task related with their daily job activities with a deadline and help them to complete it accordingly to appraise their performance.

If the result is good, Pay them high with promotion and encourage them to go further! But, if they failed to accomplish their delegated task within the milestone, Then see the possibilities whether you can extend the milestone for another few days like giving another chance. Even, If they’ve failed then find-out the reason and try to help them to fix it!  If the reason is something vague and miserable then it’s better to take a decision that is NOT gonna harm your company or even to the employee!

It’s my personal thoughts! I’m curious about to know your feedback in to this ?

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1 on August 18, 2016
​Yes, agreed with you!

when hire freshers, we have to check the integrity, willingness and assign them for various tasks as much as we can again and again then filter them/ promote them based on the comparison of all the tasks. If they are promoted by considering one task which was successfully completed by them, that may create a bad impact to the organization and the employee in the future.

Therefore, my suggestion is to evaluate the fresher/staffs whether he/she is interested in a particular industry and give the tasks in same industry again and again for few times (under proper observation) to the position which we are training them for and evaluate whether they are active and results-oriented in each tasks which were provided and promote them OR assign them for important tasks based on that evaluation. This will generate good  assets for an Organization. 

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on August 19, 2016
If they are promoted by considering one task which was successfully completed by them, that may create a bad impact to the organization and the employee in the future.From Kokul

Well Said #Kokul! This is was the common mistake that made by every entrepreneurship based startup organizations! We can correct it just let them go by their own to proof they really deserve to stay or let them free to give chances to someone with different criteria where they can fulfill this space with their action.

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4 on August 19, 2016

Yes, Even I agree. Development of an Organisation is entirely dependent on its people. When it comes to the  growth of an Enterprise, delegating the right task to the right person, holds an important role. Choosing the right freshers is equally important as choosing the right mentor for their assistance. Freshers do come with lots of energy, but it is crucial for mentors to channel their energy and enthusiasm in the right direction. Only with proper guidance and active mentorship can new comers learn to be more productive and add value to whatever they are doing. And this, will eventually be fruitful for the Organisation.

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on August 19, 2016

Beautifully written. Keep working hard as you are. You have a long long way to go.

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on August 20, 2016
Only with proper guidance and active mentorship can new comers learn to be more productive and add value to whatever they are doing. From Anita

 What if the freshers can’t work , just wanted to entertain to the mentors ?

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on August 22, 2016
Beautifully written. Keep working hard as you are. You have a long long way to go.From Piyush Agarwala

Thank You Piyush for all the support and mentor-ship. You have been a great mentor. Teaching a noob about the Digital Industry is a tough thing. But you have been always holding my back, whenever i get stuck in something. Thank you for being there with me. I promise i’ll work really hard in the coming days and will never let you and Extreme-SEO down 🙂

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on August 22, 2016

 What if the freshers can’t work , just wanted to entertain to the mentors ?

From Sharanyan Sharma

If some one wants to fool around and waste other peoples time, then they should be dropped out of the team after a few warnings. 

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Even, If they’ve failed then find-out the reason and try to help them to fix it!  If the reason is something vague and miserable then it’s better to take a decision that is NOT gonna harm your company or even to the employee!From Sharanyan Sharma

Very well placed thoughts, and I would like to add along these lines. As a company it is good to hire motivated and enthusiastic freshers who are always eager to learn and adapt themselves. People who can meld into the companies eco-system and absorb the work culture fast can go a long way. But, there are lots of people who come with great enthusiasm, but a few days into the work process they start sulking and their enthusiasm goes on a hike. 

As an organization, A company is for its people, but the people should also be for the company. It’s not a charity. There is room for people who will fail 10x, but give in full effort and succeed in the 11th attempt, but no room for someone who is not quick and responsive, not willing to evolve, or simply blind to instructions. Such people disrupt the entire chain of work and make the entire ecosystem slow. 

I feel that the right attitude for anyone, fresher or expert should be.. 

“When it’s time to play, its 100% time to play and When it is time to work, it is 100% time to work”

Don’t do anything halfheartedly, or just for the sake of filling your pockets. If you do not feel like working, take a break, and take that 100% break, so when you resume, you do so, with full enthusiasm and vigor and work with 1000% focused mindset. 

 

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on August 20, 2016
no room for someone who is not quick and responsive, not willing to evolve, or simply blind to instructions. Such people disrupt the entire chain of work and make the entire ecosystem slow.From Piyush Agarwala

 Yep! A single low performance employee is a distraction for the company. one bad employee activity could damaged the organization performance from the grass root.

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