I've been asked a question I'm pondering how honest to be on. The younger me would be discreet and keep my mouth shut. Maybe... I think hack to how naïve I've been in the past. Who knows.
I've been asked to provide feedback on how to improve some things. Being the new man on the team could lead to me getting labeled as an ego maniac. The bottom line is I've done support for fifteen years and my company is paying me too much money to work basic adds, moves and changes type stuff. Getting through the tiered stuff is wearing on me too. What's the point in taking a case if you don't get the satisfaction of completing it?
A second thing is my first personality conflict is rearing up. I'm trying to be lighthearted and laugh things off, but I'm having some serious issues with how a coworker is interacting with me. I guess I'm expecting too much and I have no desire to air dirty laundry, lets just say I'm ready to change to the position I interviewed for.
I'm going to set up a one on one with my new boss. I've decided I understand my time in T1. All well and good to get to understand the product (not sure why Microsoft didn't run that way) but I want to know what goals and/or timeline I can expect before moving to Tier 2. Paying dues is one thing, I just want to understand and set expectations. I do not want to stay in Tier 1.