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Author Topic: EPAL NA OFFICE MATE!  (Read 9744 times)


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« Reply #40 on: August 02, 2013, 10:43:56 AM »
May ganyan akong officemate dati nung nagwork ako sa electronics company. Palibhasa kasi alam niya na ako ang favorite ng boss namin kaya halos lahat ng sinasabi ko binabara niya, lagi akong nagmumukhang t**** pag siya kausap ko o kasali siya sa usapan sa group. Buti na lang talaga  nagresign siya ng maaga at tuwang tuwa naman ako nun. Pakiramdam ko napagaan magtrabaho simula nung nawala siya. HAHA


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« Reply #41 on: December 03, 2013, 01:35:52 PM »
Sa company ko, marami talaga epal because of stack ranking. Marami lahat gagawin para hindi sila ma rate as below peer group. Kung lahat nagagawa ang trabaho nila, mahiap ma predict kung sino magiging below group. So gagawin nung mga epal, sisilipin yung trabaho ng iba tapos gagawa ng paraan para sirain o palabasin na mali sabay escalate sa boss.

Advise ko sa mga nag iisip lumipat ng company, find out more about stack ranking and ask the people that you know kung may ganon sa company nila before you decide to join that company. Stacking ranking is institutionalized politics like that show survivor. It's not about performing, it's about having alliances so you don't get voted out. Articles below from Forbes and businessweek illustrate the problem with this system.
« Last Edit: December 03, 2013, 01:45:17 PM by PhamLuis23 »
I hate frog bosses... they cause so much grief


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