...good luck on those items
February 8, 2013 8:35am CST
I had a co-worker whom I share my job description with. We also have a another team member but she she only does our tasks as a bonus. We had a new record published this month and I have to say that my fellow co-worker has more items that I have. I guess this is due to her being ahead of me but I think she is biting more than she could manage. Her items are almost 5 times than mine. I decided this month to take only a few items but make sure that they are accomplished. Nothing frustrates me more than a ton of items and I can keep track of them or keep messing up with them. But I guess experience is on her side and she needs the salary for her needs. I just hope she's not sacrificing her health over this.
9 Feb 13
We strive to do the best as we can with our jobs. And more than anything else, we would also want to keep ourselves as healthy as possible so that we can be able to perform well with our job. So, I guess, what you did was just fair enough for you coz doing beyond what you really can may jeopardize the quality of work that you can provide for the company.
10 Feb 13
I am really big on quality and sometimes, I go beyond what is required just to make things as good as possible. Nowadays, its very easy to lose a client or contact Conant and people or consumer, in particular, are not expected to have a brand loyalty since there is competition and it's easy to switch one product or company for another.
• United States
8 Feb 13
As my mom would always say, how are you going to enjoy a higher pay if it's going to cost you your health and your time that instead of enjoying it you might even end up spending it for health care and meds. I hope she strikes a balance, given her experience.
10 Feb 13
I hope she does.She did mention that she has ailments. But i think she does the job (and she mentions she also work for another employer) due to her taxes. She already had grown kids and i think she's trying to have a living as possible with her circumstances.