An employee is one who works for somebody or organisation. Hard work, patience, perseverance, learning devotion, loyalty etc are considered attributes of an ideal employee. There are hardworking employees as well as hardly working employees.
Based on certain attributes, organisations classify their employees in many ways. I’m sure, you must have come across the following types of employees:
…..and so on.
But here I’m going to discuss a different type of classification based on vegetables in the kitchen. There may be more, but here four types have been included
1. Hardworking employee
He is like the bay leaf.
While preparing a vegetable, it’s put first and stays throughout with the vegetable. But… while serving and eating the same vegetable, it’s first pulled out and thrown away.
2. Successful employee
He is like green coriander.
It doesn’t know what is being made, but when the vegetable is finally cooked, it’s added at the time of serving. And…. then all the credit for the taste of the vegetable is given to it.
3. Smart employee.
He is like asafoetida.
Just a pinch is added for the name’s sake, but leaves a deep aroma in the taste. In the end… it gets good ratings and accolades.
4. Contract employee.
He is like ginger.
It’s initially crushed and thrashed for a better taste, and… when the taste comes in the tea (organization), it’s filtered and removed from the tea.
I’m trying to find more such spicy linkages to share in future…