A person from whom many of us had something to learn left and was replaced by a person who is more than lost. I cannot blame that person for his incompetence, because it is not his fault that this company hired him. I help him with some things, but he is lacking so many skills that it’s shocking. He doesn’t need a little help but someone to do almost all of his work.
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To above poster. I care about AIG as much as it does me. Do the math, if you can.
Yes, I noticed this trend as well.
- Half of the new hires probably came from non-comparable environments through ex-work 'relations'.
- A fraction of those do not even have Linkedin profiles for a quick background check. I bet they have several things to hide. But in today's day and age, who doesn't have a Linkedin page in insurance?
But if they win the company wide talent show it’ll save your business unit from layoffs.
So tired of new-bies thinking they were hired to save us all and spend zero time understanding before making blanket statements that show how ignorant they truly are. These are G25+ too
You should tell your boss or you’re going to end up doing his work for him for the rest of the time you work here or he gets promoted over you.
Sure don't help newbies and watch this company go further down the drain.
I'm not saying your job is to help them unless you were specifically assigned to.
But if there's something that takes 30 minutes for you to tell them and will take 30 hours for them to figure out without then the company suffers and eventually your job will too.