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What I loved most about working at Lockheed Martin was being surrounded by such good people; intelligent, kind, helpful, and supportive. I also loved that I could come in every day and learn something new. All challenges I had encountered were resolved by diligence, teamwork, and ownership. I never faced the same challenge twice. #culturefit #mythoughts #utilities #inspiration #manufacturing #design #engineering #teamwork
My dream job has turned into a nightmare! I got hired as an alarm installation and service technician about a year ago for a national alarm security company. The job was somewhat of a risky career change for me because I had never worked a job that required me to be out in the field all day but the hands on technical experience and office space freedom ended up being a surprisingly perfect fit to my workplace personality. This summer the company introduced some sales initiatives for the field techs. No real individual sales goals were assigned at the time just an opportunity to earn some extra cash with commissions and an opportunity to compete for a end of summer paid weekend getaway bonus to the top sales tech. I didn’t win the trip but I did manage to keep my sales consistently good over the summer. The sales initiative did so well for the company that they decided to implement team sales goals as a permanent field tech job duty. Being that I had the best sales results on my team over the summer I’ve been given the highest sales goals. The last few months have been a struggle trying to meet those sales goals. My entire focus has shifted from Technicals to Sales which I’m not at all happy about. Talked to my supervisor and he’s concerned about forcing higher sales goals on the other tenured techs with terrible sales results. My success shouldn’t be a burden. I don’t want to quit or get fired for insubordination but I desperately want out of this arrangement. Anyone have any experience with this or suggestions?
It's definitely hard to figure out what to do next. I landed two jobs in 2016, but they were horrible fits -- absolutely horrible. I don't want to experience this ever again.
I worked for this awesome carefacility company for a few days and loved it. But then suddenly i was let go, because i didnt fit in as they put it. I am seeing this more and more. I am over 55 and struggling to work to make ends meet. The thing is you do your job, follow the job description to the letter, make every client happy and then pow Why is this.