Thread regarding Occidental Petroleum Corp. layoffs

Please hire people who are qualified enough

I have nothing against the company hiring someone who is underqualified for the position. However, the problem is that the management then expects that all the mistakes of such a new employee will be corrected by those who are naive enough to agree to do so. . .

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Post ID: @OP+1gqkfvpT

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It is the job of every employee to police their own area. If you see a low performer turn them in to the boss and then put the info out on the gossip network. Not the traceable digital network but the old fashioned verbal gossip network.

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Post ID: @2wqi+1gqkfvpT

@2mmt+1gqkfvpT, Maybes time to stop complaining and get back to work then, like your own advice, instead of being an arrogant whiner. Typical hypocrite.

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Post ID: @2awd+1gqkfvpT

Your insistence on complaining sounds rather hypocritical. Maybes time to get back to work and use your own advice.

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Post ID: @2dni+1gqkfvpT

Maybe not “friendly” advice, but still good advice. How about this for some more; just do your job the best you can and stop being a busybody worrying about what everybody else is doing. Your whining simply makes you part of the problem. Under qualified employees are a problem, but so are complainers and trouble makers. I can train the former to be better, but would rather show the door to the latter.

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Post ID: @2mmt+1gqkfvpT

Accusing someone of taking advantage of co-workers and being inexperienced is friendly advice?! How did you get to that from the guys post, Mensa?

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Post ID: @1vur+1gqkfvpT

Destroy the companies reputation? Good one.

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Post ID: @1eol+1gqkfvpT

Why the he-l would you hire someone under qualified for the job? This is an insult to the current employees. It also could create safety problems, financial problems, and destroy the company’s reputation. Who is doing this hiring? Give names and they will be gone.

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Post ID: @oyu+1gqkfvpT

There are enough long-time employees that make mistakes as well. As a co-worker help the new hires learn from their mistakes and not become a long-time mistake maker. I have more of a problem keeping the ones that have been given chance after chance. At least with a new hire you have a chance to correct it upfront and help them have a good career.

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Post ID: @flm+1gqkfvpT

OP, don’t let your lack of experience get you down. And stop taking advantage of your co-workers man! Just a bit of friendly advice.

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