The day I started working for a HR company, I felt so fortunate to get the opportunity to change and improve the working life of others. For me it was all about job satisfaction. People that are passionate about what they do will be able to accelerate and rise above themselves.
I learned a lot, but in the core it all came down to this: working, performing, labor and business. The engine of every company runs on the people working for it, so keeping your workforce motivated and involved is key. But in the tough world of business, humanity is often lacking. That’s why I found it difficult to find a deep and long-term connection with an organization. A company that thrived in thought leadership, learning by example and practice what you preach. The core of each company was not the people who worked there, the passions they had, or the true talents they possessed. They were figures, profit, turnover and hard commerce.