What is it like working in Chillibreeze?
Phew… Trust me everyone when I say this, Chillibreeze is NOT for everyone. When I first started there were 6-7 instances when I wanted to quit. It was a lot to handle! Even now I would not say that it is any easier, but I have learned how to juggle stuff :). Okay enough, let’s be serious.
It takes a lot of courage and hard work to be part of a global company like Chillibreeze.
Why courage? I am a girl who was born and brought up in Shillong. The background that I came from is so different. At the beginning my family and friends would always push me for a government job. Having no support from your family and friends can be really difficult. And then there was overtime too, uff… A friend of mine said to me one day that I did it it all for praise and money. I feel sad for them because they don’t understand the value of hard work.
But all in all it pays off. I get to “rub shoulders” with high profile consultants from across the world, which in itself is such a tremendous learning. Our strategy statement says that we come to the rescue of world’s best companies. And being able to do what we are doing for our global customers and being appreciated and able to learn is a tremendous blessing for all the hard work that we all put in.
Read more about Sissy’s story here.
One habit that I have picked up since I joined Chillibreeze is waking up early and being punctual. I had a very bad habit of waking up late and not being on time even my friends would complain! Earlier I’m like its okay, no big deal! But since becoming part of Chillibreeze I began to value time. At first it was hard for me to drag myself out of bed early in the morning but now I’m used to waking up early and coming to work before 9AM and it’s all because of Chillibreeze. Since I joined Chillibreeze I have never been late since and I would like to thank Sissy Warshong for explaining and demonstrating to me the value of time.