I just heard a first year 2 months in (I am in Y2 but technically a level 3 employee) start complaining about being asked to send in documents to our document storage system because "these are below me" and "I make too much to be doing that". For one, you don't make that much and for two I would do anything asked of me at work, regardless (as long as I am getting paid) it is not like he had to stay late to do it. Literally a task with an unlimited amount of time to do so, with absolutely no deadline. He eventually went to our boss and said that he wants more meaningful work and asked why we don't have an intern to do that. (our intern left in August) or why we don't hire one or wait until we have one and how it is a waste of time to spend so much money for him to do it. What are your stories of people complaining about tasks "below them" and what is your response to them? Why are people so entitled?
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