Are you ‘Getting what you deserve?’, questions Naukri.con in new campaign

24 Jun,2016



Leading job website has unveiled its new TVC, “Getting what you deserve?” on the theme of addressing the comfort zone of employees and asking them to look for better job opportunities in the market. The primary thought behind this campaign is to empower the jobseekers to step out and get a job that they deserve. Successful employees often talk themselves out of making changes or even contemplating a job switch because of getting success at work. This TVC tries to change that perception with a simple question- Are you getting what you deserve, as there may be better opportunities waiting outside your comfort zone.


Getting what you deserve by will go on air on 23rd June, 2016 with a TV campaign across 20+ channels and will have language edits as well. The campaign will also be launched on digital media comprising of video, mobile, display and social media. It will also run across the website- and external media platforms as well.


Created by JWT, the TVC opens in a party set up where the star employee is dancing with his office colleagues. The employee waves to his boss who is sitting across the table with his counterparts. The boss discusses the possibility of this star employee moving out to get a better opportunity in the market. Fellow senior management people tell his boss that they will retain the employee by tempting him with new job offers or promotions which are nothing but farce.


Commenting on the campaign, Sumeet Singh, Group Chief Marketing Officer, Info Edge (India) Limited, said “The current campaign targets today’s employees , who are smart , know that they are doing well and while organisations might offer many a carrots to them, are these enough or do they deserve more is a question they need to answer for themselves and explore.”


Sanjeev Bhargava, Managing Partner, J. Walter Thompson, Delhi, added “People do not leave their jobs. They leave their bosses.” was the insight on which we had built the Naukri brand. Now times have changed. The smart employee is a coveted entity. The insight that organisations apply the most devious means (not necessarily in the best interest of the employee) to retain their best employees is the new insight on which the new Naukri communication is based.


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