Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-19 23:18:27
ID: 67320
So I got chewed out by my boss for sending an email I probably shouldn't have. It pissed me off because a person in the company asked me to send them a file I had worked on before my team joined me. My boss got pissed that I didn't give them any credit for it. She wants us to abso-fucking-lutely everything as a damn team and I HATE it. I like working alone way more.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-18 02:09:54
ID: 67308
In response to a confession. There's a BIG difference between asking HR if they could send him a link and "help him get his work email password changed." And I still think having your spouse literally do part of your job for you is just...wierd. And a little juvenile. And I work in cybersecurity for DHS, I know how the security works, since I actually work there and am not just married to someone who works there.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-17 16:46:15
ID: 67290
In response to a confession. Thanks for the call-out, especially since you don't know exactly what my husband does. He does work for every major company you can think of as well as aerospace, medical research labs, every governmental department (FBI, SEC, TSA, Homeland Security, etc.) as well as embassies and military bases. Top Secret stuff in some cases, where they are not allowed to bring in even their company-issued phones. This is to prevent them from, say, taking photos or recording conversations which they could then use to pass on/sell information to other companies or governments. He can't even tell me what some projects are unless/until after the info has been released to the public. To clarify, I do not nor have ever had access to his work email or password - but I've had to contact HR to send him a link to his work email to reset the pw WHEN HE CAN, as well as for other things. Just because YOU don't have this experience doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-17 16:03:34
ID: 67289
How can you be late when you don't have a schedule? You don't have to be here at 9, I have to be here at 9. You just need to come here and get your work done, then you can leave. You're not late. You're never late. There's no such thing as late for you. Stop telling me you're sorry you're late. It's weird.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-17 13:00:04
ID: 67276
In response to a confession. I call BS. I also work for a gov't contractor, some of those securtiy things may be true for some locations. But the fed gov't has provided me with a phone that is secure that I can use and is seperate from my personal cell. Also, no way in heaven or hell is the government going to give anyone other than the employer the employer's email password. No way. If I so much as told my spouse my password to ANYTHING in the gov't system, I would be fired. No probation, no warning, fired. Part of my job IS HR. And even when I worked in the private sector, I would not and could not give someone's password infromation or any other infromation to ANYONE other than employees. In many, even most, cases, that is illegal.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-17 07:31:54
ID: 67275
In response to a confession. Wow, judgmental much? I'm not the OP, but I have to deal with my husband's HR quite a bit. I've even had to call to help him get his work email password changed. Why? Because he's a government contractor who works 10-12 hours a day, and almost everywhere he works requires him to leave his phone with security. When he is allowed to bring in his phone, his signal is often sketchy because some of what he does has to do with intentionally blocking phone signals. Also, he can't bring a lunch with him since there's nowhere to keep it on job sites, so when he's on his 1-hr lunch break, half of it or more is spent driving off-site to get it. One of the things that bothers me most about people is how they are incapable of thinking outside the box for a second.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-14 17:34:15
ID: 67265
I'm so disgusted by this whole 'poor restaurants' bullshit. The fucking greed is so out of control it's truly disgusting. If people only knew the real truth they wouldn't be throwing their money at these greedy fucks.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-14 15:43:18
ID: 67264
In response to a confession. He asked me to, after more than a year of trying to fix the issue himself. The lady didn't know how to set up payroll properly in her own system. I had to show her how to run her own software. Not a single one of their employees was set up right. So I taught her how to do it, made sure my DH's was set up correctly, and washed my hands of the whole thing. They should have paid me a frigging consulting fee!
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-13 13:39:35
ID: 67252
In response to a confession. I have to agree. I would be absolutley mortified if my spouse called my work to fix an issue they didn't think I could take care of. I don't care how much experience they had.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-06-12 01:12:32
ID: 67243
In response to a confession. Because I'm a payroll specialist and when DH talked to her about it she insisted his withholding was right. It wasn't. And I really didn't feel like paying income tax with our return because she doesn't know how to do her job. I wonder how many people wind up paying tax at the end of the year simply because the person running their payroll can't find their ass with both hands. Also it's a small town and I know her anyway.
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