One of the biggest questions on a career working person’s mind is: Can you actually trust your upper management? It’s truly unknown. You could totally vibe with your boss and all your managers and feel totally comfortable and professional. Then BAM they trick you into doing something that isn’t in your job description, with no extra pay or training, and then when you inevitably fail, you get in trouble and all of a sudden no one is there to have your back. Why is it like this? Seriously, I’m asking… Why is it like this? Does anyone know?
One employee took to Reddit to let off some steam of this exact situation happening to him. He was working a job where he felt pretty cool and down to earth with his managers. So when one of them asked him to cover for him he said sure, even though he told them he had no training in this position and had no idea how to do it. The manager, however, told him it was fine and that his “best” would do. But when he had one tiny slip up, he still got written up by that exact manager! What a backstab… Read the entire story below.