Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-29 00:21:59
ID: 58291
Sometimes I feel like a kindergartner could do my job better than I can.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-27 18:02:33
ID: 58275
W2's are finally printing right. Crisis averted. Onward and upward.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-26 21:37:40
ID: 58262
Aaaaaand my part time employee is still showing 200K on her W2. And the company "is aware of this issue and is working on a solution". Holy shit fix your shit already. I'm really starting to get nervous that this won't get fixed soon. You wanna watch the country freak the fuck out? Fuck up software programs that print W2s and watch as thousands of people who want and depend on that refund can't file their taxes.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-26 20:50:53
ID: 58259
I'm so annoyed by the staff member I supervise that went off on my a few weeks ago then took a personal day. She never apologized for what happened. I'm even annoyed at her right now because she decided to take another day off. Her email was vague, but said that she was likely not available via email, but would be by text. No reason why. I was expecting her to help with the workload as I'm under the weather and we have prep for events lined up rest of the week. I let her know that she put me in difficult position. Of course, no text back.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-26 04:37:09
ID: 58206
I have a pretty good boss and I like my job. But I'm losing my mind. I manage the files for 6 on my team. It's really a 2-person job. I've told the boss this, and so did the person before me. I've told him there aren't enough hours in the day to do everything, even if I stay 1-3 hours late and/or take work home. (I don't get overtime.) I've never called out sick, in fact worked when I was on death's door. I couldn't take a vaca untl the end of summer bc we were too busy, and I could only take a week. Been taking personal days here and there and I am still texted on those days. So much work being piled on me that I'm behind on big stuff, so no raise for me. No Xmas bonus. No, "Hey we appreciate you!" but plenty of "You didn't do this" or "You made a mistake!" Boss isn't happy w/me but I'm the one coming home and crying out of exhaustion and frustration.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-21 15:20:53
ID: 58199
Urgh. Something is horribly wrong with my software and lo and behold- tech support is closed today. I don't think a part-time $12/hr employee's W2 should be for 200K. All the other forms are printing the correct amount (around 10K) and the W2 looks like THAT. WTF. *headdesk* So much for my head start on printing W2 forms.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-19 14:03:42
ID: 58176
In response to a confession. My company never plans anything outside of work hours. No Christmas party, no company picnic, not even a celebratory lunch when tax season ends. Sometimes I wish we did. We work with a skeleton crew and we're always very busy. We almost never talk about anything here but work. It might be nice to have the time & opportunity to have an actual conversation with the people I work with. Oh well. If it were like where you work, it would be too much and I wouldn't like it. I like my couch, my pets, and my family too much. I like to be home.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-16 21:12:24
ID: 58122
Same. My company is always doing things like Happy Hour, celebrations at the office after work or other activities (most recent was hatchet-throwing). Thankfully I can bow out of those, but not those with our team of 7. There's breakfasts and lunches, which are thankfully during work hours, but it takes away from my work and then I get behind. Then there's after-hours things like cocktails, bowling or skating. I'm not overly fond of anyone on my team - seeing everyone at our Monday afternoon meeting is enough for me. Not to mention, I don't get home from these things until almost 9PM. I'd much rather get home to my family, pets and couch.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-16 18:02:44
ID: 58121
I've always been super committed to my relationships, even if they aren't going well. Meaning, I don't fantasize about other guys at all, whether during sex or alone time, I'm not attracted to others, I don't flirt, etc. I'm just focused on my partner. Sometimes I'll have sexual dreams, but the guy in the dream isn't anyone I know IRL. However, a couple weeks ago I had an intense sexual dream about a guy at work. He's 20 years younger than me, and yes, he's really hot, and yes, I'm attracted to him. (I'm married, BTW.) I stopped short at work the other day when I saw him, because he was wearing the exact outfit I'd seen in my dream. And then I had another intense dream about him last night. WTF.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-16 02:14:18
ID: 58112
In response to a confession. My company is like this too--everyone is friends with each other and socialize together outside of work. I don't because I have a family and other friends I like more than I like the people at work. Plus, I see my work colleagues 50 hours a week and that's PLENTY for me. I want to spend my time off with people I actually care about. I can't stand this whole "company family" bullshit. It's ridiculous. I go there to do my job and get my paycheck, not to make friends and get a new family.
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