Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-16 22:48:51
ID: 65457
I came to work feeling super dizzy and lightheaded. I ended up going home at lunch but I feel bad about wasting half of one of my 2 yearly sick days when I didn't feel horrendous. I really wish our company gave us more than 2 sick days a year.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-16 17:08:05
ID: 65452
Working from home today...ohhh motivation don’t fail me now. Half the battle is finding something to listen to.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-13 20:09:06
ID: 65432
I had to work overtime on my birthday, didn't get a lunch break, and my CW was being super obnoxious to me the whole day. Next year, I am FOR SURE taking a day of PTO on my birthday.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-09 22:10:22
ID: 65306
I have an SDI question. I live in California and can't get a hold of the SDI people. I was taken off work 8/17 for a month for surgery by my surgeon. Surgery was postponed/canceled because of the fires. I was going to go back to work but started getting swelling in my feet, legs, ankles. My regular doctor did an EKG and blood tests and took me off work yesterday and the day before. Can I still stay on SDI if he writes me out longer? He put me on a new blood pressure medication that I'm getting used too. My regular doctor won't be in til Monday.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-08 16:22:15
ID: 65378
Dear CW- you live less than five minutes away. I cannot wrap my brain around how -between your house and here- you suddenly have a bathroom emergency and have to make a 'mad dash' to the bathroom the moment you walk in. Which is right by my f*cking desk. *And NO, she doesn't have some medical issue to cause this.* How do I know? The moment she got out of the bathroom, she regaled me with stories about all the doctors appointments she's had the past week, and what's on deck for THIS week and next week. None of which I wanted to know about, cared about, or will remember. And not one of them has to do with her f*cking bowels. God, I'm so sick of her.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-08 13:07:06
ID: 65377
In response to a confession. If I had a nickel for every time a client claimed that they already brought a document to me, and they actually didn't... well, I'd a have a metric shit-ton of nickels. "It was in the packet I sent you!" .... well, buddy, I'm looking at the contents of that packet and I'm telling you, it's NOT HERE. .. Commence client bitching and moaning for me to look harder and weeks later, them finding it and then lying and saying, "I found a copy of it so I'll send it to you again, but YOU have the original"... only to get the document and plainly see that it's the original. FFS.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-08 02:01:19
ID: 65373
The client that always has a complaint, makes accusations or tries to get free services out of me booked me for today at 5am. It's a holiday so it costs more. It's supposed to be $5 more, but the system only added $2, so I just let it go. Last night at 9pm she cancels. My policy is you have to cancel by noon the day before to be issued a refund. She asked to use it for next week, so as a courtesy I allowed it. Then she says "I paid holiday rate, I need you to refund the difference" I nicely told her no, per my policy she forfeits any refund but I let her change the day. She's getting all worked up over $2. If she didn't constantly try to take advantage of me, I'd do it. But I'm setting boundaries with her, and she doesn't like it. It's people like her that ruin things for everyone by forcing businesses to change policies.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-05 22:55:49
ID: 65355
Lazy CW wanted to leave early yesterday. She asked if I was leaving early and I said "I might take off a few minutes early at like 4:15 or so if it's dead" and she said she was thinking more like leaving at 3. I said "If you want to leave, that's fine". She begged me to leave with her. So I walked with her out to my car (I had stuff to take home anyway so I took all that stuff out to the car) and pretended to leave, but I just drove around the block and came back to work and stayed until 4:15. And I still felt guilty for leaving a bit early. She does it every goddamn Friday and I'm really tempted to mention it to our boss.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-05 02:16:33
ID: 65349
I hate when customers accuse of you of things indirectly by making it sound innocent but also factual. Like "Did you find (item) that X left here a couple days ago?" with a condescending tone. Well first of all, I didn't know it was missing. 2nd, It's not possible that it was left here cuz it (and all other contents) never left the zipped bag. I had to tell her due to the last issue of a lost item that I spend 2 days turning this place upside down looking for, and it wasn't here, I wanted to make sure it didn't happen again so now the bag is never even opened. So if something from it is lost, it's not on me. I don't have time to keep searching for things that aren't here, it takes up my valuable time that I don't get paid for.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-02 20:12:05
ID: 65342
Dear Everyone I Work With, reply to your %$#@! IMs. I'm not sending them for my health, it's because something is urgent. I get that we are all working remotely right now, but that means that you are still supposed to be actually working.
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