What are we looking for?
What do we offer?
“Look, but don’t touch. Touch, but don’t taste. Taste, but don’t swallow. And while you’re jumping from one foot to the next, what is he doing? He’s laughing his sick, f…ing a..s off!”
-John MİLTON (Al Pacino) “Devil’s Advocate 1997”-
We can modify that quote easily to our generations working conditions:
Expect experience, but teach nothing.
Expecting quality work from team-members without showing them how to provide quality work is a fantasy. We are ready to transfer our experience to young people if they are ready to make use of it.
Be social, but have no time for yourself.
Being too solitary leads to obsessing about worries, losing perspective on everyday problems, and often feeling depressed. People can be efficient at work if they know that they will have enough time for the people they love. Organize your work, do not delay your response to the client and just leave your office whenever you want.
Work hard, but get paid less.
Looking to the colleague next to you and complaining that he/she never works as much as you do hurts. We have a salary system, where people get paid in accordance with the number of work they do. Do not worry, we provide a certain life standard to each of our colleagues, even if they do nothing.