Levied Troop wrote:Ditto Tango 2 3 wrote:One thing is that everything you do in peacetime involves being assessed. I'm sure you didn't have a senior NCO or officer or camp counsellor breathing down your neck in the same canoe or one close by with a clipboard literally watching every move you make and assessing you.
Interesting essay, I’ll try and find time to understand it. But just picking out that point, cleary you’re behind the technology curve in jobs these days. Try being a picker in an Amazon warehouse where you’re monitored on how fast you walk (running is a sackable offence) and how many picks you make every minute of every shift. Three failures to make the grade and you are out.
I thought of that too while I was writing that. It’s a similar thing but worse than what I went through because, from what I understand of it, is that the very hectic part of Amazon evaluation does not stop.