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My supervisor said I’m too slow on the job and is saying I have this month to improve. I don’t know what I’m going to do. I’ve put in my 2 week notice

I’m at my retail job. What should I do. Should I stick it out and put in my best effort to hopefully meet their standards, or start looking for another job? I wanted to work construction so badly, but yet again I can’t do the work fast enough.
The advice you need is be a better employee. If a lousy worker moves thru 20 jobs and never gets any better than when they were fired from their first.......what have you gained? Your solution isn't changing jobs....it's deciding to be worth what you are being paid on this one. If ur not going to do that on this job........when?
Aboomachu · 31-35, M
[@539720,anythingoes477] thanks for the tough advice
Gusman · 56-60, MVIP
Bosses like that will drive you to your grave.
Just so your boss can receive higher profits than already making.
Find another position, but stay there until you do find another job.
Aboomachu · 31-35, M
[@546016,Gusman] I want this current job, it’s my chance at a better life moving upwards.
Gusman · 56-60, MVIP
[@347985,Aboomachu] Then you will need to raise yourself to the businesses standards.
I hope you succeed
Aboomachu · 31-35, M
[@546016,Gusman] thank you, my hope is to get into the union as an apprentice
Adaydreambeliever · 56-60, FVIP
Ok but as you've given your two weeks notice, then doesn't that mean you will be leaving anyway?
Put in your maximum efforts...and also look for a job you want.
rachelsj · 18-21, F
Plenty of jobs out there waiting to hire. You'll be fine

 
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