Why do employees love frustrated companies?
Disappointment is a special but very common phenomenon in the workplace. Almost every employee has more or less repeated.
It can at least reflect some problems in the enterprise, but it can better reflect the relationship between employees and the enterprise.
After graduating from Zhang Ming University, he entered a US-owned wholly-owned enterprise and worked as a production engineer. He has been working for 5 years.
The company has the highest internal level, and corporate culture promotes democracy and advocates equal dialogue and communication between grassroots employees and leaders.
Zhang Ming agrees with this culture, so he often gives some opinions based on his own opinions, and likes to directly submit to the factory manager.
The factory manager is a foreigner who has many years of management work and is very experienced.
Every time Zhang Ming puts forward his opinions, he can always listen patiently, and will change to some correct feedback, but after a long time, Zhang Ming found that the factory director was open-minded and resolutely refused to change.So he had a lot of opinions in his heart and started to complain.
Over time, job satisfaction began to decline, and even the idea of changing jobs.
It happened that the company suddenly closed the door due to global adjustment.
With the experience of foreign companies, he quickly found a good job in a similar joint venture.
But not long after, he found that the management of this company was incomparable with the previous one, and there were too many problems in daily operations.
For a while, the problems that I love to overcome came up again, and there were several disputes with my boss, and I was very depressed.
Almost every unit has some grumble employees who think that they have a strong sense of insight, a keen mind, and a sharp word.
At first glance, many things make sense, but as time goes by, I find that not only does not help, but it hurts myself and my colleagues.
Analyzing Zhang Ming’s mental state from a psychological perspective, you will find that in fact, he really likes the first company. Unconsciously, he regards the company as his own home and the director of the factory as his father, mother,Any ideas and requirements were put forward straightforwardly without any psychological constraints.
When a request is rejected, it will be emotional and expressed in a manner of continuous rejection, much like the relationship between adolescent children and their parents.
This type of employee has a certain degree of idealization of the company or the boss, and also has a strong psychological dependence. Once reality destroys their imagination, they are very anxious and feel insecure.The sense of belonging will be greatly reduced.
When he arrived at the second company, he encountered the same problem.
If he doesn’t think and correct, this bad pattern will continue to appear in his career.
Therefore, in today’s workplace, the contractual relationship between service and being serviced is increasingly presented between individuals and companies, rather than the relationship between home and children or parents and children.
The company needs employees who are in its own interest, not a grumble, no grown-up child.