Thread regarding Hitachi Vantara layoffs

Poor employee assessments

I worked for a company where it happened all the time. That's the main reason why I left there, but it seems to happening here as well.
How many times have you seen a manager assign a very serious and responsible task to employees who are not up to that task at all, mainly because of his or her poor assessment of employee's abilities?

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The OP'er's sentences suggest they know in absolute how to perform employee assessments as they believe their skills are above average. I would argue that OP'er is part of the problem. By reasonable assumption, the OP'er performs in the bottom quartile and has yet to understand the Dunning-Kruger Effect.

From the illustrious words of Ice Cube, "You better check yo self!".

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