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Monday, December 5, 2022
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GIRL BARELY STARTED WORKING, MANAGER ALREADY SCOLDING HER FOR CARELESS MISTAKES

As someone who just stepped into the corporate world <1 year ago, I find that some managers do not have tolerance for mistakes from new employees who barely started working (let alone in a particular company).

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I understand certain mistakes are not to be made e.g pure careless mistakes. However, I find it unfair that I’m being told off for certain things that were not made known to me/ did not realise that they existed in the first place.

There are so many things that are not taught in school, and you’ll have to learn it whilst working HOWEVER I didn’t realise you’ll be scolded if you do not know it right off the bat at work?

Help me understand. I ranted this to my friend and all she kept telling me was “You need to take initiative to ask when you don’t understand something”

But how do I ask about something when I don’t even know it existed in the first place?

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Netizens’ comments

  • Actually if you are unsure you can ask like anything that I need to take note of?
    Not all managers or bosses are kind enough to have tolerance for this. Sad to say most of us here will be thrown into the sea and swim on ourselves
    We only can learn it the hard way. Only a kind manager or boss will show you or guide you because knowing the fact you don’t know what you don’t know.
  • That is why Singapore SME cannot make it.
    Don’t want to train staff, want to shortchange staff, keep on trying to nickle and dime their employees, then complain that Singapore has no talent and not working hard enough.
    Please lah, people have talent all go to MNC liao, you got no career prospect for the staff but still want to treat them like they are your underling, the only people who would work for you are the type of people who eat snake and fuck care your business.
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