They tend to change with each niche you visit. The more money is involved, the less ethics will be bothering you.
AmbiguousName wrote:I dont know the work ethics (how things are done)
Yes, you do; you communicate as often as required. If something is unclear, communicate. If something is inappropriate, communicate. If something is unclear, communicate. You are there to take the "unknowns" away
AmbiguousName wrote:+ I dont know when to communicate
Yes, some management assumes that there will be more production if you are stressed. I don't make the schedule either, but that also implies that I cannot be liable if we do not make the schedule
AmbiguousName wrote:+ My seniors try to imply that I am behind schedule.
You are NOT paid to play politics. Someone that focusses on politics instead of work is a liability that should be eliminated.
AmbiguousName wrote:+ Some politics at work which I am disastrous at.
They will, once you fail the problem; then everyone will have a solution saying you should have done X or Y. Hence, communicate - collect X and Y before you begin.
AmbiguousName wrote:+ And biggest of all, nobody is telling me how to approach a problem.
Yes, been there and ain't going back
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