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Posted January 19th, 2008 by criticat in

There are many times when an employee feels things can be improved at his workplace but most companies don't have a mechanism for you, an employee, to rally support around issues that you strongly believe in. Criticat provides you a platform to anonymously build consensus around issues that you care for. Posting your advice on a public forum will also ensure that your senior management is prompt in addressing your issues.

Lets consider a scenario. An employee X realizes that lot of employees in the company including him are frustrated with the bench problem i.e employees are on bench when there isn't any project allocated to them. He thinks more about the problem and realizes that he feels frustrated because his time and skills are not being utilized properly. He therefore emails his manager and other concerned senior managers about the possible solution i.e to allow employees on bench to work on some internal projects or let them use their time to come up with some innovative idea/product. If their idea is good enough it will make to their main product line. Nobody pays heed to his suggestion. His voice/suggestion gets lost. He now advise his employer about the same thing on Criticat. Its gets spread and his colleagues and senior management gets to know about it. All of sudden he sees that lot of his colleagues and senior managers are impressed with his suggestion and his voice is being heard now. His solution with modifications suggested by others is now in place in his company. Now the company i.e employees + employer, has one problem less to solve :)

Employees are the people who knows about problems inside a company and they are the best people who can come up with the solutions for those problems.

Lot of people can think of problems. Be the one to think of solutions and set things right at your workplace. Advice your employer !

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