Government policy of falsely claiming that goan call girls, scammer students and other young frauds are online experts, creates problems for online businesses

Now all young people in India trying to emulate lazy greedy goan bhandari raw employee CALL GIRL sunaina chodan, who CYBERCRIMINAL government FALSELY CLAIM is an online expert

Though the fraud LIAR top government employees in the indian internet sector, especially the government employees from the btech 1993 ee class of iit bombay, puneet, j srinivasan, vijay, tushar parekh are extremely proud of their massive RESUME THEFT, FINANCIAL FRAUD, GOVERNMENT SLAVERY on their female btech 1993ee classmate, the goa 1989 jee topper, single woman engineer and domain investor, the fraud, cybercrime of SHAMELESS LIAR top indian government employees has inspired other young people to consider the call girl sunaina and other lazy fraud raw/cbi employees like sindhi scammers nikhil, karan premchandani their role models
So now employers are finding it very difficult to hire hardworking people, since all young people want to become like top goan call girls sunaina, siddhi mandrekar, sindhi scammers nikhil, karan premchandani, bengaluru cheater housewife nayanshree who do no computer work at all, yet get great powers, monthly government salary only for making FAKE CLAIMS with the help of their fraud sugar DADDIES like puneet, j srinivasan.

This reddit post indicates that the government policy of falsely claiming that CALL GIRLS, scammer students and other frauds are online experts to pay them monthly salaries at the expense of the real online expert , is making it difficult for recruiters to find hardworking young people

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17 hours ago

What’s up with the Gen Zs?
Rant / Vent
So little bit of a context – I’m currently trying to hire and my work involves (unfortunately?) working with a lot of the younger crowd. It’s astonishing the number of people who’ve flaked out/ regularly shirk work, in spite of committing to it, with all its aspects and benefits, knowingly. It’s like they live in a bubble of their own where they’re always the main character. And this is when these folks are barely scratching the beginnings of their careers.

They won’t make it to meetings on time, they fail to acknowledge the decorum of a work place, mutual respect for things as basic as everyone’s time and energy. And then they feel they’ve seen everything and know better, best rather. Sometimes I do envy the guts and self-importance, tbh.

Now I know this is perhaps a story as old as time – Every generation dissing the next one, but I really wish to understand what drives this generation so it’s easier to pivot hiring strategies, if nothing more