jump to navigation

The future of executives April 3, 2009

Posted by Null in HRM.
Tags: , ,
trackback

Due to the economic recession several millions of jobs are at stake.  It  seems pretty clear that this time the recession will take over many economies and if the world cannot defend it properly, we will be back to the past for the next 20 years (my assumption). But how do we defend? Spend less? Don’t buy iPods? Eat at Burger King instead of going to a A-La-Carte? Well the so called supersonic economists and financial advisors will advise how to implement the cost-cutting theme at home. Duh! This can be done by laying off a family member, right? At present, we realized that the future of many low income workers are merely at jeopardy.

But what about executives? Will they always lead a class life? Will they always fly a chartered aircraft? I don’t think so. Things will change as said by the world’s greatest Astrologist (Mr. Barack Obama). If the world economy is at despair, they too will suffer in near future.  Mr. Obama is predicting that US will never be the same again because there are new entrants in the world super power.  I’m not being prejudiced with executives because change is a fact of life.

Watch this interesting video, and see how it looks when executives are waiting to work as a day laborer.

Advertisements

Comments»

1. Linda Webbon - May 1, 2009

Sadly, job loss is affecting so many now. I am one of those that lost a job I loved for 18 years in Dec 2008 due to the bad economy. Fortunately, I was able to turn my initial fear and anxiety into joy and opportunity by following a simple plan …….even included one miracle! So inspired, I wrote a book, The Joy of Job Loss, for those who have lost their job, for those who know someone who has lost their job, or for those who simply fear losing their current job. Details and order info on author website:
http://www.rp-author.com/Webbon
My hope is that my job loss experience, plan, and positive results covered in my book will have as much value to others as it did for me. I hope you will read and share with others. Wishing all those impacted by job loss only the very best moving forward.
Linda Webbon


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: