Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Malaysians are LAZY?

It is very sickening to see people come and go at your company. I notice that Malaysians, especially the fresh graduates are not motivated, lazy and they are lack of communication skills. I have interviewed so many candidates that came with different kind of attitudes and education background.

Instead of asking about the jobs, the candidates are more interested about the company's perks. They are demanding for high pay - they are timid, and tend to pretend to respect the elders, but in actual fact they are not honest with themselves. I have issues with these group of people because I personally think if the attitude continues, I am sure they won't feel happy.

I understand that for fresh graduates, their first job might not be their dream job, but it is a stepping stone for a successful career. How do you expect we, as employers to offer a high salary without any working experiences? Someone please tell me! Some might disagree with me but I am talking based on experience, and this is not a story that I created overnight.

I would love to see improvements in the working scene - I want to see Malaysians, especially the young people who are willing to carry more responsibilities and to be more dynamic. Malaysia is not a developed country, so we still have to work extra, extra harder ... This is what I am trying to plant in everybody's head...

Go figure!

3 comments:

Porcelina said...

I'm not trying to be a freaking racist but the Malays especially are too lazy to climb up the ladder.As you can see visually,that most of them are either being too picky or too demanding.As a fresh grad,you should be thankful to even get a job as the competition is getting bigger and bigger each day.To climb a steep hill,one has to start at a slow pace.The more effort you put on it,the easier it will be.

farid said...

Good exposure for them if they read this blog...

Dolly said...

< I totally agree with you Mea! They're not willing to work extra hours and need to spoon fed all the time!