Some people work for the same organization all their working life. Others think that it is better to work for different organizations. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

For most people, when they get their
first
job they have little idea whether or not they will remain in the same
organisation
throughout their working life. If they decide to change, they need to consider how
this
will impact on their career overall. People who stay with the same
organisation
have the advantage of thoroughly understanding how it works and
also
becoming familiar with the staff and process. If they work hard, their promotion prospects are good and there is likely to be greater job security, with the promise of a good pension when they retire. Employers value loyalty and may offer additional incentives to long-term employers, including bonuses and reward schemes.
However
, one of the drawbacks of staying with the same
organisation
is that the person may get stuck doing the same job year after year. In some cases,
this
can lead to boredom and disillusionment. Moving from
organisation
to another can be a strategic decision in order to have variety and acquire a range of skills and experience. A friend of my father started out as a sociology teacher, he
then
joined the Social Services and is currently managing a care home in Western Australia.
This
has made him incredibly knowledgeable in a range of related fields and, in my view, has provided him with a much more interesting working life.
Although
there are benefits to working for one
organisation
, I feel that it is
also
valuable for an employee to be able to offer a wide range of experience having worked for different companies. As long as it is planned carefully, I feel that change is good and will ultimately benefit the employee and the employer.
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