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By  RichardPencil  |  27

You’re lucky you just got yelled at and not beaten up!

You’ve got two choices: Find out how much work is expected of you and do that, no more, no less. Take up a hobby with your new-found free time.

Or, become self-employed so all your extra work benefits you.

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By  davidfong  |  14

Who yelled at you? Cause any boss that I know wouldn’t yell at you for doing to much work, so I’m going to assume it’s a coworker. Just tell your coworker “I’m good at my job, i here to do my best. Not to make you look good or bad. I’m here to make the company look good”. And besides there’s alway a bad apple in the group

By  RichardPencil  |  27

You’re lucky you just got yelled at and not beaten up!

You’ve got two choices: Find out how much work is expected of you and do that, no more, no less. Take up a hobby with your new-found free time.

Or, become self-employed so all your extra work benefits you.

By  Chazzster  |  20

OP, speak to your boss. No way you boss would be upset about a good worker doing their job. Unless he’s having an affair with the abusive slacker worker, that A-hole will be out the door ASAP.

By  honestjane  |  22

I have a coworker similar to this. It might not be that OP is doing too much work so much as doing everyone else's job. My coworker inserts herself into everything and takes on the manager's job. She also makes up work she wants to do and convinces the bosses it's necessary. Effectively it makes more work for everyone without getting raises. And seeing how most of us contract employees took paycuts when a new company took over the contract, we're not exactly looking for reasons to do more work for less pay and benefits.

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