I landed in my new job that required ten years of experience, and where I realised it was too informal.
My last environment was open and encouraged asking questions, and people from different hierarchical levels were more than happy to provide answers for the sake of the success of the project.
This new job, however, was the complete opposite. Asking questions was deprecated, there was no documentation, no manuals, and I didn't beneficiate from any training.
I started working on real tasks on my second week already. Except that, I had to deploy my work directly in production without prior verification from older colleagues or such.
I was not sure this was the right thing to do, but my boss was giving direct unquestionable orders.
I was uncomfortably executing her orders.
Indeed, production was impacted and work had to be interrupted until we fix the small hidden mistakes.
This happened 3, 4 or five times and I could feel that my boss was more and more disappointed.
She made her mind of the 35th day to terminate me, and waited till the end of probation to show her discontent.
Do I deserve to be terminated or do my boss has a part of responsibility on this?