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« Selling out to the CIAStop Cyber-Bullying against ArabCrunch and Ghaith Saqr »

No seriously, I don't care!

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  • On:Sunday, October 10, 2010 11:52:08 PM
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    Rated 4.6/5 stars (150 votes cast)

    I'm not a mean person, and I'm not trying to be inconsiderate, but when you're working on a performance based rewards system, we're all held accountable for our actions and our efficiency.

    When I work in a team, I expect everyone to work, no one to quit. Everyone gives it 100%. That's what I expect, because, well, this is what I try to do myself. In fact, I try to give it 150% just in case someone else falls back or perhaps for the future point where I might not be able to perform at 100%.

    But some people appear to have this slacking behind and procrastinating everything as a way of life. Don't absolutely nothing until it's the very last second, and then some.

    These people force you to work at 250%. 100 for you, 100 for them and 50% to fix the crap that they have produced. It gets so frustrating at times.

    In my career, I've seen just about everything you can imagine. From the most productive to the point it makes everyone look bad. To the career-suicidal workers who appear to be bent on going down and taking everyone down with them.

    But these folks who overestimate their abilities, and just keep on bugging you with how amazing they were in the 60's when they had to create computer programs using clay plates the bug the most out of me.

    Don't get me wrong, I love working with people who have a lot of experience, and who have been around since the beginning of it all. But some are stuck in those periods. Not only that, but many were barely watching people doing the great work in the past and thought it's an extension of their own experience. It's so sad to see these floating around, aimlessly...

    Worse yet, there's an excuse for everything. When, I really don't are. I really don't care how long it took you to clean up your brother's apartment. I don't care that you had to take your friend to watch a game for the forth time. Seriously, what I care about is you to do your job, and if you can't do it. Let me know!

    I'm just happy I don't have to work with people like that for a living... Thank god!

    I now completely understand how difficult it is to run governmental and non-profit organizations.

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