Employee management: The hard logic of keeping Hardik Pandya happy
Stop me assuming this story sounds recognizable. A star representative of hotshot Organization A leaves and goes to lead a beginning up. The whiz representative takes this action since they need more, more than Organization A needs to give them. After their takeoff, Organization A neglects to meet targets set by the market, while the beginning up goes unicorn. The executives of Organization A draws the genius back with a crazy compensation bundle and what the whiz representative currently thinks about their right: the top post in Organization A.
That's what to do, the board eliminates the occupant of the top post, making them work under the individual who was once their protege. This, obviously, makes acid reflux among other star colleagues who figured their dedication and their exhibition would be compensated surprisingly terms with the new truth of working under the individual who was once their partner, with their way to the top gone forever.
Any likeness of this story to a money rich cricket association, a hotshot, his establishment, and his kindred colleagues is simply unintentional. Paisa ka khel hai babubhaiyya, and the main thing that matters is first, and may Satan of unimportance take the rearmost.
Also, in the event that you don't accept how far individuals will go to win, look at the video of two groups of ground journalists battling about who gets the primary freedoms to wave one of the smoke bombs dropped in Parliament before the camera and guarantee an elite. This video is made much more silly by the way that a third station emerges from no place, takes the smoke bomb from a got a handle close by, vaults over the wall, and goes for it, the very plot of Deewana Mastana,where Anil Kapoor and Govinda fight for the core of Juhi Chawla all through the film, who then, at that point, in the peak, weds Salman Khan, as her once-admirers Anil Kapoor and Govinda become observers to the function.
Furthermore, when it is 'succeed no matter what's then wistfulness and 'the correct thing to do' resemble a vermiform index: cut it off and discard it. Certainly, the fans will unfollow the Insta page, tweet images, and show virtual entertainment rage, yet when the triumphant beginnings, the privileged few, adored and regarded as they were, will be neglected, and that is essentially the behavior that most people find acceptable. Ask Vasundhara Raje. Ask Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Ask Rohit Sharma.