Would you rather have a coworker tell you that you're not doing a good job, or have them keep it to themselves?
It depends on the coworker.
It never hurts to listen, then do a self evaluation, and lastly follow up with a supervisor to inquire about your job performance. It has been proven the statement/ reason/ excuse “I didn’t know” doesn’t take you far nor pay the bills.
what do they know? what's doing good job ? no don't tell me sh.....t.
tell me in a polite way
I would want feedback as long as it is expressed in a tactful and helpful way.
Think I'd prefer feedback rather than saying I'm doing it wrong.
I would keep on doing it wrong, and annoying them, and when the boss ask me why I'm not doing it right, I'll tell him that the co worker told me to do it like that. 😳 🥳
Yes, I would like to know what I'm doing wrong, and every situation is different; but delivery of that critique from the person in charge shouldn't be condescending. That's something I've been noticing a lot in the younger generations. You may be more tech savvy than the older generations, but the older generations could teach you a bit of humility and how to treat others. The 'Golden Rule' applies here..."Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." I know I'm old, but you don't have to be snarky about it. I'm sorry I didn't grow up with a Playstation Remote in my hand learning left left down or something more meaningless.
As long as it is corrective criticism, I would want to know what I am doing wrong and how I can do better.
keep it to themselves. None of their business.