“I resign, mazaa nahi aa raha”: Harsh Goenka Shares Quit Note
Bringing focus on the pressing need to improve work culture in Indian workplaces, Harsh Goenka recently shared a real in-your-face quit note.
The image of the curt resignation note by an employee which was shared by Harsh Goenka.
Indian corporates have been a tad more complacent than their global counterparts in responding to the challenge of easily available talent drying out in the talent-universe, since the demand supply ratio in India has been overwhelmingly in favour of employers.
But global market pressures and the advantage of remote working in slowly but surely hitting home now.
A recent report in Indian express, tells of a tweet shared by no less than Harsh Goenka (Chairman of RPG Enterprises) himself where he shared a picture of a rather in-your-face and brief resignation letter.
Indian Express quoted Goenka’s comment in it – “This letter is short but very deep. A serious problem that we all need to solve…”
While several leaders still believe in the carrot and stick to run the show, one may want to now take ‘maza nahin aa raha’ a little more seriously.
HUMAN FACTOR POINT OF VIEW
In a globalized world, which has got even more globalized ever since remote-working and hybrid working setting in, potential employees have suddenly a much bigger pool of employers than what used to exist. It is imperative that HR leaders and businesses accord ‘workplace joy’ the importance it deserves. We’ve mentioned this on other articles, and will do so here too – that all it takes to bring about change is taking employee happiness seriously, creating systems that are supportive and setting up an HR-tech platform, which can actually bring together all the strands of HR processes together to empower HR into being able to ensure the ‘mazaa’ Harsh Goenka’s shared note refers to.
Read the full story on Indian Express in the article “Harsh Goenka shares a ‘short but very deep’ resignation letter. Makes this point”