Today, I got in trouble at work because the person whom I trained, and had done everything correctly with no mistakes and said he was comfortable being on his own when I asked, was screwing it all up over the course of 6 weeks. When I asked him, he said, "I think my way's better than yours." FML

by Dezzmond68 / 09/15/2016 at 4:26pm / Canada (Ontario) / Work

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  • to be fair, the best way to learn is from your mistakes. Let him get his own ass fired

    #2 - On 09/16/2016 at 4:55am by ab290

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  • He meant to say, "My way requires less effort." People like that come and go at my job all the time.

    #3 - On 09/16/2016 at 5:15am by URBeingLied2

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