Example: I worked as an administrative assistant at a clinic (7:30 – 4:30). My son used to finish school at 2:30, but he had to wait for me about 2 and a half hours until I can pick him up and take him home. I pleaded with my boss to get out an hour or two earlier and work at home, but he refused to allow me to
Example: I worked as an administrative assistant at a clinic (7:30 – 4:30). My son used to finish school at 2:30, but he had to wait for me about 2 and a half hours until I can pick him up and take him home. I pleaded with my boss to get out an hour or two earlier and work at home, but he refused to allow me to work those extra hours from home.
Misty: I used to work for an insurance company. They had their favorites. We had lots of vacation time, but some weren't allowed to use it. I asked off for one day. I was denied. Another girl, same dept, same mgr, asked off, she was allowed numerous days off. I took off anyway and was written up. There were four of us who did the same job. I had twice as much work as each of the other three, and told and told the mgr this. She did nothing. One girl spent her time talking loudly on the company's phone about her disgusting personal life, and rearranging her paper clips. I quit. They had to hire two people to do my job. Basically, they took advantage of me because I did the most work, and assumed that they could continue to do so. Wrong.
We Wernt allowed to drink water our manager said it was unprofessional also Wernt really allowed to go loo either I don't think anyone has had it this tough so obviously o eventually left best ever thing I did
I was going to, but I can't now because your claim of unfairness is rubbish.
Your employment is set to certain hours. It's not up to your boss to allow you to "work from home," which undoubtedly in the future would lead to
"but you let me work from home that time!"
And then you would complain of unfairness when he didn't continue to allow you to work from home.
Stop looking for a lawsuit, or reasons to be upset, or blaming other people.
YOU are causing these feelings within yourself, no one else.
I do like the Bukowski quote.
I've got a good one. I used to work in a school system composed primarily of women. They would just walk in on me in the boys' restroom without a thought in the world. When I complained, nothing was ever done. If I had walked in the girls' restroom, all Hell would have broken loose. Other than that, everything was fine.
When I was 17 I worked for a guy who managed high end properties.
Once he came up behind me and put his election on me. Tried to mount me.
Told him to give me 5000 or I'm going to the police.
Smokers took many breaks all day leaving the rest of us to do the work. I was assigned a quota of twice as much as anyone else, boss said it was because I was capable of doing twice as much.
I don't have work to tell you about a situation at.
Workig on a factory line, packing cheese, I felt uneasy, left the place to vomit into the toilet. Returned, boss said, "cheese is not your thing, is it?", I replied, "not really, but I'm sick, and actually sick of you and all that cheesy **** around here".
Shortest employment ever, one and a half days.
You think that your boss not allowing you to work from home is "unjust". I don't see it.
HONESTLY, not making alternative arrangements for your son is REALLY POOR PARENTING.