In this late afternoon, I finished my workout session in the gym and went home. While I am waiting my sweat to dry off from my body before jump into the cold shower. I begin to draft this post. During my early adulthood, I landed in my "dream company" with a job position that is noble enough to retain the good name of the products by satisfy the consumer needs.
First day, I was sitting on my desk and browsed through dictionary's thick of documents and files. Later of the days, I started to work in the manufacturing lines. I did all the learning by coaching from others, observations, trial and error and google.
I started to gain my trust from the team and the bonds between us are getting so stronger as days count off. But not all time can be light-hearted. There were times that caused conflicted of interest. I had to deal with difficult bosses and coworkers. In this situation, I cannot bad-mouthing on someone when I disagreed with their idea. Boss forced me to take the initiative and put the company first, ahead of my frustration and disappointment. In reality, there is no second option to me thus I accepted the offer and give it a try.
Despite all the efforts given and results generated, there was no sign of appreciation. In fact, they want more out of me. At this moment, I asked myself: Am I working to for myself or they are taking advantages out of me?