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遭遇过“头衔通胀”吗?

浏览次数:发布时间:2016年10月26日

  

 

  不知道大家注意到没有,这两年各个公司的“总”忽然多了起来。似乎是个领导就得叫“总”,以至于有些同姓的领导经常被搞混。其实,这种现象好几年前就有了,叫“头衔通胀”,只不过这几年更普遍了。

  Title inflation is the practice of assigning a more impressive-sounding name to a job position, usually without providing additional responsibilities, resources, or benefits.

  Title inflation指给某个工作岗位定一个听起来很厉害的名字,而工作职责、资源及待遇均没有变化,即“头衔通胀”。

  A “manager”, for example, is anyone who heads up a project or department, no matter how small and insignificant it may be. A “strategist” is anyone who plans tasks. Anyone who holds the title “senior” has had five-plus years experience in the job. Nothing special about the job but the title makes it sound so grand and important.

  比如,某个项目或部门的负责人都可以叫“经理”,无论这个项目或部门有多小或多么微不足道。规划任务的人都可以叫“策略师”。入职5年以上的都可以在头衔中加上“资深”二字。工作本身并无特别,只是头衔显得很高级很重要。

  Title inflation has been around for years but it seems to have become more prevalent since the financial crisis. There’s a good reason for that. A fancy job title is cheaper than a pay rise or big salary. It’s all about promotion without compensation. (Source: about.com)

  头衔通胀现象已经出现好几年了,不过金融危机以来似乎有愈演愈烈的趋势。原因很明显。给一个好听的职位头衔比出高薪或涨薪都省钱。其实就是光升职不加薪。





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