So you’re saying this staffing “scheme” is a good thing?!
Ah, yes, in any other language. Workers in India say a “scheme” by the government to get rural villagers employment – at least that of the temporary variety – is going well. The scheme is guaranteeing large numbers of the population to get at least 100 days of temporary work.
And what work it is. Now taking applications for moving dirt back and forth with some kind of trowel…and watching someone else do it; standing in a silo while someone pours cement down on you from above…and watching someone else do it; filling a wicker basket with stuff and then throwing it…or watching someone else do it, and so on.
Please indicate in your application whether you wish to have the active role in each of these jobs, i.e., actually doing the work, or the passive position, i.e., the supervisory role of just standing around watching others do the work.
We have had similar such “schemes” in this country. Has anyone ever seen a DOT road crew filing potholes or laying down new pavement? One to do the work, five to watch. Oh, gotta go, break time!