ok so we're both young (im 25 he is 23) we have 2 babies 5 and 19 months...i stay at home while he works (hes the manager of a subway rest.) and i also work 2 nights a week. he pays the large bills (rent, electricity, gas) and i take care of the water bill and internet. but he goes to work about 7 and comes home by 3 and literally showers, has a beer, and passes out in front of the tv for hours. sometimes he will run around with the kids for an hour but after that his butt doesnt leave the couch unless its going to the kitchen. i try to be very understanding cuz hes young n he works all the time but seriously is a subway job going to make him THAT tired? i get absolutely no time for myself since he is always tired and wants to lay down. i am up to my elbows in playdoh n toys and dishes from sun up to past sundown. i dont get to be alone ever, no friend time, no me time, but he sees his at least every week. what to do???
Answer by midnightmoma at 1:09 PM on Dec. 30, 2009
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Answer by rkoloms at 7:49 PM on Dec. 30, 2009
Managers have to put up with employees who do not show up that means doing their job as well as the person who does not show up there is stock to order and to be put away and there is always customer complaints to juggle and deal with some cannot be solved at the store level.There are in store meetings and a ton of meetings with stores in your district, and making nice with your manager the district manager. There are store inspections any time a complaint is lodged and the state food inspector you have to make at least 90 to pass if not whole store must be cleaned and to start again. But having said all of this he should still help at home as well. I was a single parent when I was a manager trainee it was hard but it does not excuse you from your role in the family.
Answer by pinkdragon36 at 10:26 AM on Dec. 31, 2009