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hjk1014596103dAt the first part I was thinking dude you guys need monitoring. But than you have it... Hope you get at least compensated properly.
I would say that this is more a management fuckup. Way too much responsibility for the new hire. Also if the vetting process is solely done by HR that is a huge management fuckup up.
The reason I'm grumpy with HR: They *must* give their blessing to vacations... They *must* be informed who does 24/7 support (legal reason / taxes / extra compensation).
We're not so that large that it would be an issue to notice that someone does 24/7 support with no experience (worst still in probation time.... Oh lord.)
Admin management fucked up without any question, but that's the reason why HR exists: If a management fucks up it's their responsibility to prevent disaster.
They know exactly who belongs to which department and that no (small) department is allowed to have less than 3 employees working. 3 - 1 24/7 support, 1 regular, 1 regular as fallback.
It's really not that hard. These rules were made for a reason. 🤬
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hjk1014596103d@IntrusionCM ah than it is a perfectly good reason (as if we need more) to be pissed at HR. Never seen a HR backstop but it makes sense. Could even be automated rules.
At my current employer management doesn't even have decent control. If your team is ok with it you can take off. Basically that is always. They just auto sign off whatever request comes in.
max199319275dWhy still VM and not Containers or SaaS?
@max19931 Containers still need a server to run on, which makes sense to be a VM...
SaaS is in my opinion a broken concept...
Or better a "concept to make profit by exploitation of weak links in understaffed companies with limited resources".
I could elaborate on that, but that would be a rant on its own.
Our company isn't that large, nor is it extremely small. Somewhere in the middle tier - we need our own infrastructure, as a lot of workflows depend on it.