Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Some people said that it is not worth to love your career. I have been working with the same company for almost 13 years. recently, a good friend of mine did ask me, why I still remain in TNB? Well it's hard for me to explain but if I need to describe it in one word, I would say 'LOYALTY'.
What makes me loyal to this company?. Let me put it in a very simple explanation which are;-
- My father was TNB's staff and had worked for the past 27 years and I got to know about LLN/TNB since I was 6 years old. I felt gratitude for this company because I can live comfortably, staying in a good house loaned by TNB and further my study.
- I got TNB scholarship during my first year degree and I was thankful that with the money I can support my study, started with car rental business for UUM students and support my family's living. All of that happened because of the money sponsored by TNB. I guess if I'm not TNB's scholarship holder, I might not complete my study timely.
- I've completed my degree in June 1997, in August I was called for an interview and I got my offer letter in December 1997. When others still struggling to send resume, I already got my first job with a multinational company. With this company, I started learning and growing to face the real world.
My love to my work and career is priceless. I'm not saying that I'm happy all the times, there was a hard time that I've to face until I decided to render my resignation. But with the advice and support I received from my father and someone that I respect most in TNB (now he's already retired), I pull back my decision because I love this company and I don't want to destroy my dream, loyalty and respect towards to this company just because of the system and people that made other demoralized.
I believe if I still love this company and my career, I should be part of the management team to change the system and people and bring this company to the highest level. I promise to myself that I will give my fullest contribution, respect and love to this company and I hope one day, one of my children will be part of TNB's family and bring this company to excel globally.
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