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Kenyan Man Asks Graduates to Seduce Jobs by Adopting Corporate Cultures: “Stop University Habits”

By Vaseline May30,2024

  • Collins shared reasons why young job seekers fail to find a job after interning with organizations for a while
  • According to the lawyer, who also owns his law firm, every government organization and company has its own culture and the youth must adopt it to attract jobs.
  • He told that young graduates miss out on opportunities in government and companies with hierarchical cultures because they behave, talk and dress like students.

Lawyer Collins Wanderi has said that young graduates are missing out on opportunities in government and companies with hierarchical cultures because they behave, talk and dress as if they were still in university.

Frustrated job seekers.
A frustrated man and woman looking for work. Photos: FG Trade, AzByCx.
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Job seekers need to internalize behavior, Wanderi says

In a Facebook post, Wanderi said that while industrial attachments, internships, apprenticeships and apprenticeships are the fastest ways to land a dream job, it’s also important to know how to land a job.

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“However, you need to know how to seduce that job so that you are retained at the end of your attachment. Every organization has its culture, values ​​and doctrines,” he said.

“You have to learn, internalize and align your behavior, language, dress and grooming with the culture of the company,” he added.

Force yourself, says Wanderi

According to the lawyer, some people miss out on a job during their bond or internship period.

“If an organization’s leadership is formally addressed as Mr. or Mrs. or by their professional technical qualifications such as doctor, engineer, professor, QS, CPA, consultant and so on, learn and adapt to do so quickly,” he said.

“Wear official attire; suit and tie if that is what the organization’s staff does. If you work in a non-hierarchical company, dress yourself accordingly. Etiquette and protocol are not taught in universities and colleges, but they are instinctive acquired skills that are used to measure your attitude and potential to fit into the organization,” Wanderi points out.

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Wanderi asked job seekers not to miss an opportunity simply because they failed to wear a suit or address seniors or elders as boss, sir or madam!

“Force yourself if you have to,” he said.

Websites that pay up to KSh 26k daily

In another story, @FellMentKE, an online business strategist, shared a list of websites that pay daily in US dollars to take online surveys.

This comes amid a scarcity of jobs in Kenya, causing graduates to resort to online jobs to make ends meet.

InboxDollars is an online rewards program that gave members more than $60 million (KSh7.98 billion) in gift cards and prizes.


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