Posted by: anonymous
2020-05-17 04:45:27
ID: 64271
In response to a confession. Yowza.. No need to be a beeyotch about it!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-29 20:22:37
ID: 63974
I work for the State of California. A prison to be exact. You wouldn't believe how rude and vindictive the Managers are since the Corona virus started. First we are deemed non-essential, they say we have to stay. We end up getting ATO time, it gets taken away. We go to the union. Our Managers are cited on 4 things today. We've been retaliated against numerous times. Today we get our ATO back. After the Corona virus is over, some of us are thinking of getting a lawyer for all they've put us through. Not keeping us safe by giving us masks and gloves, making us do warehouse work, putting more people in our small area, not practicing social distancing. So many things.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-29 02:20:35
ID: 64024
In response to a confession. You are correct - these posts are ageist. By 'elderly' being her defining characteristic, all complaints about the coworker suggest that characteristic is the reason why she is annoying. There are plenty of characteristics that could be attributed that aren't physical that would make these posts less offensive. When I talk about my constantly problematic coworker, I refer to him as 'the annoying coworker', rather than 'brown coworker' or 'millennial coworker', even though all three things are unique descriptors in my immediate group.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-18 23:37:53
ID: 63902
Stupid minor vent: I hate validating spreadsheets with our continuous improvement team. I challenge it with ONE basic circumstance and it breaks their sheet. I get it, the point of the validation process is for me to try and break the sheet, but it shouldn't be so easy. I would validate them myself except that I don't have enough time with all my other projects. I like validating spreadsheets but for me to do it at work would be a luxury that I can't really do right now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-13 20:32:20
ID: 63833
I scheduled a much-needed day off today I needed to sleep, to catch up on laundry and housework, and to just get away from work. And yet, my supervisors still call me to ask me about shit that they can ask me for TOMORROW. When I'm back at work. FFS, I should never have given them my cell number.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-10 01:44:47
ID: 63768
In response to a confession. Dude, you dunno what your spouse is thinking either. My point was that most people I know who have lost their job through all of this are feeling pretty shitty about it. They can't go anywhere, so, yeah, a lot of them are probably at home not doing a whole lot through no fault of their own. Don't make them feel worse by saying how much that pisses you off.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-07 22:02:31
ID: 63738
At my new job I'm remotely process client applications with documents like sources of income, docs to show loss of income due to current situation etc. Since the program was newly established, there has been really spotty training. It's mentally exhausting trying to understand diff. docs on limited training. Most clients are submitting incorrect documents which adds another layer. On top of that, I'm slowing easing getting comfortable working from home, but I'm not use to being on the computer all day long. Yet I feel a deep sense of urgency bc most of these families live paycheck to paycheck and are relying on his financial assistance. I really just don't want to mess up the calculations somehow award them less or more than what they should be receiving.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-01 07:34:51
ID: 63601
Advice needed. I've worked with a woman for a long time and consider her a friend. She is gay, which has literally never been an issue ever, until recently. She's started sending me really inappropriate memes over FB messenger. They're all jokes about oral sex. One said something like " the best and worst parts of dating me are my mouth." Most of them are more vulgar than that, though. This has been going on for about 2 months. If this were a man, it would be super inappropriate and immediately labeled sexual harassment, right? I don't normally respond to her, but last night, after receiving 2 messages, I sent back "GROSS." She laughed it off and said she's only joking around. Am I overreacting? Like I said, if this were a man, it would not be okay, at all.
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Posted by: hanginin
2020-03-31 11:34:39
ID: 63659
I don't know what to do. I work full time, from home now but I still have to be available during work hours. I'm an accountant and work primarily with business taxes. Payroll. UIA in our state is zonked. It is MADNESS and they're hiring as many remote workers as they can. My cousin works there and right now it's all she can do to make it through the day. They need help badly. Do I help? Do I apply and try to work from home in the evenings? I already work a lot. We don't need the money. Ugh. What would you do?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-28 04:17:14
ID: 63616
How's work going? Are most people working remote?
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