Say I am a programmer with a system called ABC and manager / everyone thinks that I am good at this. In reality I am not but just about surviving by working hard and just about manage my day with this.
I have a poor relationship with my manager. She is trying to have me stitched up and expecting me work harder than anyone else - views will differ on this but that's ok.
We have two new starters in the same grade as I am, and both don't know how to work with the system ABC. Recruitment process is poor at my place and they just about take anyone.
Their role title is different. Their title is Senior Solution Analyst and mine is Senior Application Analyst. I think probably the expectation is the same as their predecessors had the same title as I did.
Knowing the manager she will try to put as my objective to train them. It's not possible to do this as I just about survive doing my own. If I say no she will run to the senior managers telling them I am being difficult.
When I started I learnt it from manuals and had training and just learnt on the job and still learning.
This has not happened yet but I see it coming. Where do I stand if I see this coming my way? I didn't recruit them but they definitely probably hoping I will teach them.
I can help them if they are stuck but cant do the work for them. If I set time aside on a weekly basis then that's bad as I cant show them in that hour either in case I don't know myself.