After having spent the last day and a half at work because no one could make it in, I have to ask, as a boss... Is this a legitimate excuse of not? I live outside of town, I listened to the news, packed my bags, lined up a place to stay (just in case), took the dog to be boarded and went into work. I worked the whole day by myself.. thankfully someone showed up to work today. But, my point is, as a boss, why should I not favor this person who showed up. Some people lived a block or two away. Yes, I may fire them... WHY NOT?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:42 PM on Jan. 30, 2010 in Just for Fun
Some people just dont' value there job, it frustrates me when people make up stupid excuses don't come to work and you have to pick up all the slack for them. I don't ever call in sick unless I'm really really sick and I go to work rain, shine or snow.
What else really gets me is when people at work don't do there job cuz they are either talking on the phone taking a smoke break every 15-30 minutes or playing on the computer, then everyone else falls behind and ends up doing there job on top of there own, I'm sick of these half wit lazy as people that don't value there jobs EXPECIALLY in this economy UGH!!!!!!!!!!!!
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