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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-26-2016, 01:45 AM Thread Starter
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Work related stressers

Why do some folk you work with just have to get into every little detail bout how your doing a job/task and other people can screw everything up and not a word is said.my last job I had the same issues however I'm finding it hard to deal with it
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Yeah, then the screw ups get promoted. SMH
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I didnít understand anything, but itís very interesting
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last job I had the same issues however I'm finding it hard to deal with it
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Unfortunately, everyone in the office has an employee who everywhere needs to stick his nose. You just have to get through it. But there is salvation. There are business processes that can be automated. You can create software in which will "live" certain working moments. I work for a logistics company. We have developed a mobile application that greatly simplifies many processes. Now our team is working on proposals to improve the mobile application https://light-it.net/blog/how-to-mak...r-even-better/. It's going to speed up our work. And no one can stand there and say that I'm slow or wrong to file a report. We're automated.
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I do agree with pitermon. A lot of working processes are outdated today. A lot of corporations try to automate their working processes, so the stress factor reduce this way. For example, the robotics and RPA are used in the financial shere: https://computools.com/robotics-in-f...th-quick-wins/. I believe the automation is the future!
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Some companies or managers really just pressure their employees. It would really depend on the company you would work with which I guess is also luck. What I do is I just find something I can do on weekends to release that stress like off-roading or other things.
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