Tuesday, July 30, 2013

I'm sure they will say I was fired....

....but "you are not needed any more, your position has been filled" sounds more like a lay off. Which is actually fine by me.

That pretty much sums it up. Beat me to the punch really. I was going to quit. Wanted to find something first and I was looking pretty hard.

I should write my former boss a nice thank you letter. I can look for a job with out the stress of dealing with an incompetent staff and an even more incompetent boss. I won't have that awkward time at the interview when they ask me why I am leaving. When I find a new job, I can start immediately. I won't have the dilemma of whether to be the better human and give a 2 weeks notice, or the virtual screaming "fuck you" of just quitting with out notice. I get to collect unemployment and I'll have more time to look for a job in a decently run place of business. Seriously, I have seen monkeys flinging shit that were more coordinated. Some of these people are not even qualified to throw shit and would be more likely to wallow in their own.   I should also thank my now former boss for setting the worst possible example. Should I land myself a supervisory position, I'll think "what would my old boss do?" And then I'll do just the opposite. In any decently run business, she would have been out on her ass a long time ago.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

I was right...

Wanting people to do their jobs and work like they give a shit was way too fucking much to ask.

I hate it when I'm right.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

So I need a little advice

Seriously help me out here.

I have a re-occurring problem at my work. 

One that makes me have to do considerably more work.

One that has been brought up to management multiple times. 

One that could be resolved through certain people being properly trained, paying attention to details, and caring enough to do their job right. While I am aware that part of my job as an auditor is to correct errors made by the desk clerks, I see part of that as bringing it to the attention the management and desk clerks when it is re-occurring. When you fix the same problem multiple times every night, it's not a random mistake. It's god damn training issue, or someone not paying attention, or someone not giving a shit. Maybe a combination of those. It's not just one person doing this either.

I'm not sure where the root of the problem is - management or the desk clerks. 

Bringing this up to the management again, I feel, is going to be a waste of my time at best.

So where do I go from here? I still have yet to find another job, though when I do, I want to cite this as one of the many reasons.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Sunday, July 14, 2013


Sometimes I want to hand out the home phone numbers of management to cranky customers. I don't think I have the nerve to actually do it, but still.

Sometimes I want to call my co-workers in the middle of the night when I find they fucked something up and I'm fixing it. I don't think I have the nerve to do that either.

Sometimes I think if I get pissed enough or get pushed to the point where I just don't give a fuck, I'll have the nerve.

Sometimes I have concerns about running in to customers that I have pissed off by merely doing my job outside of work.

Sometimes I fear that I am going to be stuck in the job that I hate.

Sometimes I think I might be better off going back to work in a mechanic shop. At least until I hate that and damn near everyone there.

Sometimes I think this blog is more popular than it appears to be and that's why I can't get a new job.