i was hired in a manufacturing company as a manufacturing technician. Implicitly, it is defined in my job description that im supposed to be working on a task that is consider as "value added" (directly involved in processing our main product). due to economic difficulties they reassign me to tasks that is indirectly involved in making the products, the job specifically is to prepare and manual transport a certain machine tool that is used in the production. technically this fall under engineering department. note also that this tasks were once assign to contractual employees who they don't provide any such form of performance evaluation.
However, they still evaluate me based on the tasks that i should be doing as a manufacturing personnel. meaning, in the said criteria they still include the following:
1. able to meet the commit number of product outs.
2. must be involved on per process team activity (i don't have this opportunity right now as it is unavailable in our tasks)
therefore i failed miserably on those criterias because in my current tasks it is impossible for me to meet it. Is that fair?