With no option but to work on all the tasks assigned by the onsite team, I was expecting at least some support from my manager to stand against them and convey that we will work on the documents once we get finalized requirements from the client. Therefore, I started my work by prioritizing all the task lists shared by the onsite and was looking to address those tasks as early as possible. However, out of nowhere my manager inquired me about the open tasks and believing that my manager will support me in getting it completed, I gave a status update on all tasks. He closed the conversation with just a single acknowledgment and did not bother me with my task list. Within a few minutes, my manager messaged me again with new work out of nowhere and wanted the work to be completed within a short time. Now, I had two tasks in my hand, a task assigned by the onsite team and the additional task was from my manager with irrelevant details. To know more on how I completed both tasks, please feel free to check out the blog posts in "G R Team Sites”.
Sunday, June 28, 2020
Sunday, June 7, 2020
So, after reaching my hometown for a long vacation, I had to connect from home for office work for 2 days and was hoping that I don’t get work while connecting from home. Till forenoon, there was absolute silence in my mailbox and was just hoping that it would be like the same for the next 2 days. Unfortunately, all my hope just vanished away in a second by my manager and he was pinging me for new work out of nowhere. I was completely furious over new work from my manager and didn’t want to respond to those emails. However, after a long delay, I had no other option but to reply his with all the documents that he has requested for. I was hoping that he would acknowledge my work, but he replied to my mail with a long thread detailing additional documents and the earliest update by the end of the day. I was completely furious and wanted to just drop notes stating that I would not be able to get all those documents in a day and would require additional time than anticipated. However, I got an idea of checking those documents in my Company's share point folder, and to my surprise, I found exact requested documents. To know more about what happened next, please feel free to check out the blog posts in “G R Team Sites”