Posted by Margaret (188.8.131.52) on June 03, 2003 at 19:47:42:
In Reply to: My job still stinks & I'll have to check out Bruce posted by raz62 (184.108.40.206) on June 02, 2003 at 08:43:02:
***The processors had a meeting with my manager this morning and did not invite me again, so I walked in and stood there in the back (there was no third chaird for me to sit in) and just listened.
Then the Sr. Processor (who not only took over my position as Sr. Processor, but also promoted the youngster I trained to be above me as well as demoted me to be his assistant as well as restructured the commission plan to split it all between just the two of them and have me no longer be eligible to receive any of it) said to me really sharp "Excuse me, but why are you here? Don't you have work to do? This meeting does not involve you, you are not welcome here. You need to go back to your desk. Please leave so we can have our meeting." And everyone including my manager just sat there really quiet and just looked at me, and I said, "Oh, okay" and walked out the room and went back to my desk.
> HI! I like Jim Carrey so this gives me more incentive to go see the movie.
> I came into work today in a good mood only because I have 1/2 day today and tomorrow off . . . stuff to do with kids and a dear old friend up from Florida.
> Usually we have a department meeting on the first Monday of the month, and I received no notice of it, so I called my co-worker and he said, "oh, it's on Wednesday afternoon instead . . . you are not on the email list." So I am sending an email to the acting director telling him "STRAIGHT OUT" that I am disturbed at having not been included in this event or included in another important memo distribution. At this point I can see that they are treating me as a clerical non-exempt lowly nothing but I figure I'd better say something anyway. (They never answered my request to be moved from non-exempt to exempt, which I will bring up when the acting director will likely call me in to discuss my email.)
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