I started working at a job doing something that I've never done before and is out of my comfort zone I came from a really bad situation where the company was not stable and I kind of jumped in to this.
I have been there 3 days and I'm in training. In the course of the day I was doing really well at the position picking it up quickly and paying close attention. But then I started noticing a pattern that they seemed to be having a really high turn over in personnel. (general observation) I asked the girl that was training me how long some of the people had been there. How long the HR person etc. which she told me she had only been there a week. and some of the others like no more than a year. Keep in mind that when I interviewed for the job I interviewed for and accepted, when I went to orientation found out that was not the job I was getting and that I would not be at the location they had told me in the interview I would be at. Well it got back to the VP that I had been asking questions, he pulled me aside and basically told me it was none of my business how long people had been there, that that I needed to mind my business do the job at hand and keep quiet. Granted maybe I asked the wrong person (the trainer), but when your leary of a company do you have a right to question why they are having such a high turn over? He told me it was inappropriate behavior that they are a growing company and going through some growing pains. Should you only ask questions about the task and nothing else and if you do have questions who should you ask them of? What should my response to this man have, my response was just "okay."
What have I got myself into.