Thread regarding State Farm Insurance layoffs

Fixing other people's poor work

It is not my responsibility to fix the poor work of my coworker! The worst part is that my manager doesn’t think so, so I fix the coworker’s mistakes almost every day. Anyone else who has to deal with that? How do you handle all this?
A colleague is well aware of his failings, but is a manager’s favorite. That’s almost my biggest source of frustration here. Fixes are generally not minor. I can’t wait to get out of here and get out of that situation.

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Yes but every one is stressed give them some grace

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Post ID: @hptc+1hrUhruS

Isn’t it funny when kids think they have uncovered or discovered something that has been true since the dawn ofmtime.

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Post ID: @1ztt+1hrUhruS

That's a reflection of poor leadership.

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Post ID: @1iop+1hrUhruS

That only happens in places……where people work. Seriously. It’s been that way at every job I’ve had in the last 48 years.

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Post ID: @1vlm+1hrUhruS

You’ll get told it’s your job. Asked that same question to multiple managers. Just start applying elsewhere it will never change.

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Post ID: @1pje+1hrUhruS

Look on the bright side, if it wasn't for poor work getting done, no work would be getting done.

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