I'm torn between the "PEACE OUT" exit and the "Backing out flipping the double bird" exit, personally. But "Drop the mic" is pretty classy.
I've been saying "AW YISS" in my head a lot.
I am being very careful. I actually sang the boss' praises in the interview today because it is a small nonprofit world here. Boss seems to think she can be shitty as she wants to be to anyone under her, but to the outside world she's pretty well respected.
YEEEUP. Zuck gave these guys 800 million dollars worth of shares in 2012 & 2013, alone. I was looking over the numbers in their marketing materials and it was just staggering. Nearly 3 billion in funds for 2013. It's going to be so awesome working there.
It's a big step up in the direction I desperately wanted to go in. I feel like how it felt the first time Mr. Mascara told me he loved me. These guys REALLY WANT ME. It's a feeling I never thought I would ever experience in a job.
My hunch is that she'll be like "Oh, isn't that nice. How good for you." All snotty like.
I plan on on sashaying out like a stone cold DIVA on my last day. Tomorrow, I will play it super classy though.
The words "silicon" and "valley" are in the name. ;)
I'm feeling shitty right now, and this video reminds me that I do cool stuff occasionally.
Thanks. I have one really awesome supportive supervisor who knows ME, who gets ME, and who knows my boss has this irrational hate-on for me for no damn good reason. It's at least saving my sanity a little to hear my supervisor tell me, "There's nothing you can do. Something about you fundamentally just rubs her the…
Yep, that's the only recourse you have. They can fire you, sure, but that's often more effort than it's worth for management, especially if they think you have any grounds for contesting it (side note: document everything, just in case). In my experience, the worst jobs are where they know they have no grounds for…
First of all, the issues you're having at your current job come down to Poor Supervision. They have nothing to do with you as a worker. A good supervisor would help you manage your workload, listen to your deadlines, and help you see and solve problems as or before they arise instead of saying there's no problem until…
I feel your pain, my friend. I angsted about my shitty job last night here on GT, so I'm totally on the same page. While the situations are a bit different from the sound of things, I can completely identify with the lack of management support, never being given the benefit of the doubt, and being labeled something…
But, it's for the experience!
You can't exclude anyone from reading a post on GT. It's a public forum, with no filters.
I have a couple of deceased friends on FB that are still "active." It gives me a heart ache whenever I get birthday notifications for them. I have no idea why the family doesn't have the account deactivated... Probably a huge rigamarole and it's just simpler not to deal with it.
I can't say I'd be sad to leave.
I hope they turn around soon, too.