Tongue in cheek - silly question. You should always do a good job.
Don’t be so quick to leave your day job! You have to do both. It
could be your boss is unrealistic but more than likely you are very
You are there to make a profit. if you make (example) $20 per hour,
then you cost the company ACTUALLY $25 per hour, with matching
taxes. That means every 15 minutes your cost is $6.25.
For every $6.25 you cost the company needs to charge or receive from
customers About $25. That’s $100 per hour an dyou cost $25 per hour.
So if you’re not producing that in LABOR, I can see why they sy
but of course if they don’t charge enough to begin with, then this
money factor is a problem you can’t fix.
But if you can’t produce per hour whatever they need, good work or
sloppy, your job could be in jeopardy.
Ask them to tell you what they expct of you per hour as I did and
you’ll have a goal. And if you’re really slow, have them sit with
you and give you additional training to speed you up.
if you’re too slow working for the, you’ll starve working for
yourself Don’t take it as a personal afront. There is no
disadvantage to producing the same good work a little faster.