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As the newer employee, should I pitch in in meetings?

I'm the newer employee (9 months)...Everyone else has 3-10 years of experience; whereas I had 0 coming in.

Thoughts about me pitching in ideas? Or does this sound arrogant/not in place?

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Also, side note: upper management is trying to restructure the team since its been in a bad position.  So they're asking for "input"/trouble areas.  I just don't seem like I should be the dominate voice?... and it might be actually rude/disrespectful.  Thoughts?  9 months is a lot of time to get a gist of the field. but since my other coworkers have 10+.... should I just keep my mouth shut?

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  • 1 month ago

    They are asking for input.

    That doesn't make you the dominate voice.  They aren't telling you that you get to decide the outcome.

    If they are paying you, why wouldn't they expect you to participate. 

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  • Judy
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    1 month ago

    Pitch in ideas.....................

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