Trying to find humor in the situation for now. I was looking on line & saw some hilarious ways ppl quit. What's the funniest way you have/can think of quitting your job?
Cont.. I went to the director of my son's summer camp and explained the situation. She asked me if I was looking for another job and told her yes. She then said that she had the perfect job for me and she hired me. I went in to work the next day and told my director that I was able to work something out and that I had been hired by the director there. She asked me for what position and when I told her that I had been hired as the Director, her jaw dropped. The look on her face was priceless.
Answer by JeremysMom at 8:18 PM on Jul. 31, 2010
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Answer by peanutsmommy1 at 7:32 PM on Jul. 31, 2010
I don't know if this is would be funny to everyone else, but it was funny to me. I worked at a daycare and I worked my A$$ off for the director. There were several days that I would work 10-11 hours with no lunch break and I was double over my ratio. After a few months of this, I went to her and asked if I could have more of a set schedule. She gave me a set schedule but then started cutting my hours. She finally cut my hours so much that I was actually having to pay to work (gas, summer camp for son, etc). When I went to her and asked her about my hours, she told me that was all the hours she had for me for the next few weeks. I explained about summer camp and I told her that I may have to take a few weeks off so that I don't go broke from working. I did tell her that I would talk with the director and see if I could work something out for that one day, I was suppose to work. Cont..
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