Thursday, January 22, 2009

ALL IN A DAY'S WORK!


W
hat if you were hired for a job that you weren't qualified to do? Imagine the stress! Each time you were assigned a task, you would try your best, but your best wouldn't be good enough. Time after time you would fail. You would realize that it was only a matter of time before you were fired.

A common scenario in my workstation where most of my colleagues don't even know a thing about the job they were hired to do. One bad ('coz it isn't good) example, a recently hired high school graduate, who lied on her resume, and since then keeps pretending she knows the job she is assigned to do. It normally takes her a day to finish a very, very short business letter, and at the end of her pretend day, she would say, she's dead tired because "wajid shukuul" (too much work) ugghhh!!!

Just venting... ha ha ha!!!



7 comments:

Mon said...

And they get high wages for doing nothing! Poor, poor thing!

Mon said...

We do the work, they get the credits ngekkk!!!

Monching said...

Wajid shuukul and wajid shahi ha ha ha!!! Very, very common around here, too! Mafi muskilah sadiq! Enjoy na lang tayo sa kanilang kaistupiduhan ha haha!!!

Ria said...

Dito din ganyan Uncle...wala tayong magawa eh lugar nila ito... hay buhay nga naman... Yaan mo, alam naman ni Lord ang sincerity ng puso natin when we give our best to our work. Kaya nga, work for God and not for men...

Bay Martin said...

@ Mon

It's because they are well protected by the government. They enjoy different package.

Bay Martin said...

@ Monching,

They spend a lot of time talking, drinking tea, smoking, roaming around, celfoning, etc.

Bay Martin said...

@ Ria,

Exactly! But we don't have to keep silent forever. We don't know what will happen to them if all expats leave them alone!