Are you a mom?
If so, you can ask real moms your parenting questions and get answers in minutes!
A coworker is leaving to go back to Pittsburgh this weekend and my boss sent out a mass text to our coworkers that i and her want to "take Soandso out for happy hour and dinner after to say good bye"...now lemme stop there. I am ALL about going out to say good bye to her because she is a close friend but i am HOWEVER not made of money and i never led anyone to believe i did, nor that i wanted to "take her out for happy hour and drinks"...now back to present day. We did go out on wednesday nite and when the bill came our boss picked up the bill immediately before anyone else got a chance to and payed the whole thing...my question is this, since she mentioned my name saying we wanted to take her out...should i offer my boss some money to reimburse her for the dinner?...just wondering....no need for name calling.Answer Question
Answer by gaelara at 9:40 PM on Aug. 3, 2012
Answer by feralxat at 9:45 PM on Aug. 3, 2012
You are not obligated to pay for your co-workers farewell get together if you and your boss didn't plan and discuss it beforehand. A simple thank you note expressing appreciation to your boss for her thoughtfulness would be nice and a good reflection on you as well.
Answer by bnt2000 at 3:19 AM on Aug. 4, 2012
Answer by QuinnMae at 12:38 PM on Aug. 4, 2012
Answer by booklover545 at 11:41 AM on Aug. 10, 2012
Next question overall
Do you go through your guys phone if there is a prime opportunity?
Recently Bumped in Life & Home
How do you answer the job interview question "What are your...