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11:05pm 15/12/2008
Things weren't as bad as I thought they would be. Of course, yesterday my supervisor for today wanted to call out completely today. I told him no, it was impossible unless he could find someone to cover for him.

I found out today from my closing supervisor that his comment yesterday before he called me to call out was, "I'm just going to call out and she's going to have to cover it."

Uhhhh, no. See, he's my bitch. Not the other way around.


However, because I am not COMPLETELY heartless, I am going to go in early tomorrow so he can go and spend time with his new baby. And try to get the image of the dead guy out of his head.

Besides, making the money today as a driver was nice. :)
mood: calmcalm
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08:06am 16/12/2008 (UTC)
Poor guy! What a shame he can't get time off after all that. :( Not even a week off under normal circumstances (having the baby) and then the dead guy on top of it?

Fuck me, I'd be in the damn hospital.

Seriously, it's a shame he can't just quit. I'd never work for a place that wouldn't be compassionate after all that.
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08:33am 16/12/2008 (UTC)
I'm compassionate, but I'm not a doormat.
This occurred on Saturday. He had Sunday off. There were two days that he could have made arrangements with the other two members of management to get his shifts covered not assumed that I would just cover it.

Instead of taking ten minutes on Sunday to find people to get some coverage (the other supervisor offered to help him out a little by coming in earlier) he just said, "No, she's just going to have to cover it."

In theory, he could just quit. If he had, then I would have been in a pinch, but I would have found some way to make it work. I'm sure he could find some other job somewhere else that pays less than what he's making now and actually expects him to put forth some effort in his job because there are ten more people waiting to take his place.

I may seem like a mean person for this, but lack of planning on his part doesn't constitute an emergency on mine.
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