A man had held his dream job for nine years, when his boss met with him.
The boss said, “We’re going to have to let you go. You just haven’t been doing your job correctly.”
The man asked, “What have I done wrong?”
The boss replied, “A number of things, but what’s important is that it clearly isn’t working out.”
The man said, “But here are my annual performance reviews. They each say that I’m doing fine. There are none of these concerns.”
The boss said, “I know. I tried to make things work, but I can’t any longer.”
The main pleaded, “Let me know what I’ve been doing wrong, and I’ll do them right.”
The boss replied, “I’m sorry. It’s just too late for that now.”
Just to be clear: This is a metaphor. I know I wouldn’t have this problem at my current job.