Maintaining a high while positive!
Rating Newest Oldest. If you are a trainee, you may think yourself too inexperienced to make a workable contribution, but most employers welcome ideas from all levels of staff.
Your boss is a person, too. They don't know you solve hard problems that others can't.
They may not know that you didn't cause project ABC to be a failure, but they will remember that they heard you were on it and they haven't heard anything good to mitigate that, so they will assume you are incompetent. Otherwise, we can only guess.
This is the rarer case but it can happen. Similarly, spread the word about the achievements of your colleagues even if you have had no part in their success.
And partly as a selfish gesture to help other projects belonging to your boss. May 8 '14 at 23: However it is worthwhile. R11G R11G 2,186 5 20 24. Impact Impact New York has a new, bold plan to fix the subways: They may not know that your work was good because the users complained it was buggy when it didn't do something that wasn't in the requirements.
Your request for skill developing assignments will make you stand out. That part ties in with the above point however it is also important for setting benchmarks. However, in many large companies, there are so many people, so many proposed courses of action in any circumstance, and so many decisions to be made, that people rely on shortcuts.
Maybe these percentages are off slightly. Sorry but your answer is completely unrealistic. If so, possibly a production and effectiveness issue, not exactly a visibility issue.
Appearances count for a lot, and you don't have to be jaded with your job to realize it.