Loyal disloyalty

Work is a balance between you and your company. Companies need us, and we need them. When you provide more value than you’re paid, it’s good for the company, but you may be losing out. When you provide less value than you’re paid, don’t be surprised if you lose your job. This fine balance changes day to day, and we have to be ready when the balance goes too far out of whack.

Companies don’t owe you a thing. In the same vain, you don’t owe companies a thing.

Which is why I don’t understand how people can be so loyal. Often they are putting all their faith in one place, when that place is legally allowed to change their mind. That’s why I try to spread my interests, and why I try to become a linchpin in everything I do.

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