so i work for a small "call center" and there are only 3 graveyard employees. we rotate our days off, so there are 2 working every night. the boss' daughter is working with me tonight. 6 minutes into our shift and she is outside smoking already. ahhhh must be nice to be 20 and have no responsibilities and work for your dad. she calls herself the "night supervisor" even though she has only been here a few months and still has to ask me how to do certain things. her and her sister (who works evenings) are the most annoying c-words i have ever met!! sorry, just had to vent a little bit
oh... and they leave the office trashed! there's old food sitting around, gross!!! i dont even go in the kitchen area unless i have to. the fridge smells disgusting!! i can just imagine what their house looks like
Six minutes into the shift and she was smoking, yet you were on Cyclone Fanatic. Seems like both would be in the wrong.
no, we have to be on the computer all night for work. we can do whatever we want on the computer as long as we dont ditch calls. these girls miss calls sometimes because they are chatting with friends on facebook also. forgot to mention that
also forgot to mention that there are normally "slow times" at work which are the best times to go smoke. usually from 9-midnight we are not slow enough to take a break. this week has been very slow so it wasnt that big of a deal, but taking a break 6 minutes into your shift is kinda dumb
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