I have been at GrubHub 5 months and one day. *insert celebration music*
Wow - I survived the thick of it. Or so I think I have. I would love for GrubHub to hire me, but if fate has it that GrubHub's Driver Recruitment & Retention Team (soon to be renamed the Driver Network Team, DNO for short) does not want me, I can not change that. I have given it my all per the usual for me. I have shown them my skills, poured my heart into my work, been diligent, focused and friendly. I have not made enemies and I have asked questions to better my knowledge and become a great asset. In the end, I believe I presented myself as an ideal candidate - and if that is not enough, there was not more I could give.
I dedicated myself to the social committee, despite the "committee" idea from our manager never coming to fruition. I have taken the initiative in more ways than this, and I have been a follower when required. I have exhibited professionalism, leadership qualities, diligence and shown quality work. Do I mess up? Absolutely. Is this an environment that will blow it out of proportion the first time? No! In fact, the first few times (before Lani Chee left) I made mistakes and Brendon Marsh (acting as an ad hoc team lead) or Lani brought it to my attention and I immediately freaked out because a thousand things went through my mind. I was not aware of the environment I was working in - mistakes happen, let it not happen more than once is the motto. The mistakes we brought to my attention (some due to lack of training or know how) and nobody harped on it - but me, haa!