howdy wrote:Did you notice recently that managers are adding more and more pressure on their employees?
me personally suffering so much at the moment from the burdens they are adding, and all my friends facing the same problem, in what seems to be like they are catching us from the neck. we can't complain or refuse, or else we will be in the road.
That's a problem the world over right now though.
Companies have been cutting back everywhere. Departments have all had to offer up a "sacrificial lamb" to cut costs and reduce the head count.
The result is that the people who are left have to pick up the slack.
Now technically it shouldn't be a problem because in theory the workload should have deminished hence the requirement to cut costs and staffing levels, but in reality that isn't always the case.
Been there, seen it and done it before. THings will eventually level off again, work will pick up again and firms will start recruiting again.
It could be worse, you could have lost your job, which, in this current climate is not a great thing because new jobs are more scarce than they would normally be.
Even worse, you could be working for a firm that hasn't seen the need to cut costs and then suddenly turn up one morning to find that the doors are locked, the receivers have been called in and you will get absolutely nothing in compensation.
Every cloud and all that.......