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Also worth reading from CDPR: https://www.cdprojekt.com/pl/wp-content/uploads-pl/2020/12/rb_66-2020-czasowe-wstrzymanie-dostepnosci-gry-cyberpunk-2077-w-playstation-store.pdf
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Title might make you think NTA but please read because I'm getting torn to shreds right now.
I've worked at a franchise for 6 years, and I also have a second job that I've been at for 3 years. I have set days where I'll work job 1 on Wednesday-Friday and job 2 Monday-Tuesday.
This morning my colleague called in sick at job 1. Boss from job 1 called me and I told him sorry, that I am at other job today like usual. He said he understood and hung up the phone.
30 Minutes later and I get a call from job 2 just as I'm about to leave. They let me know that my boss from job 1 called them and said that he needed me at job 1. I was absolutely mortified and told job 2 that I will absolutely be coming in to work today.
I wound up calling back job 1 and telling them not to expect me back this week or ever again because my boss had hugely overstepped a boundary. My boss hit the roof instantly and said he would sue me due to needing to close the business for the days I'm not there. I welcomed him to try.
So I'm sitting here now at job 2. I spoke to my boss and told her that I'll be going full time, as they had been begging me to do so for the past year. My phone is blowing up from boss and colleagues at job 1 because I didn't give them notice, and now the business will suffer and my colleagues will miss out on money due to the store being closed. I feel bad about it, but I'm so angry and embarrassed after this morning.
Worked at a small company for 2 years as an admin. My supervisor was the only person above me, the rest of the crew was warehouse employees, warehouse supervisor and manager. The warehouse is a rotating door of employees, most just walk out some stop showing up and block out number. I've been stressed, overwhelmed, underpaid and overworked. Mentioned it to my supervisor, asked them to hire someone and they saod back in July they would hire another admin. I requested 8 days off since July (from Aigust 2020 to July 2021) and denied all but 2. I can't take off when my boss goes on vacation (or the weeks before or after) of which she's going away two separate 3 week vacations in June & August so basically I'm stuck at work the entire summer. I asked for a raise and was denied. They've interviewed about 10 people in the last few weeks for another admin position and said everyone was too desperate for work.
ANYWAY after a few interviews a was offered a new job with a 40% raise, an additional week off, significantly cheaper (and better) health insurance and my few request days off this summer(that my soon to be former employer denied immediately) already approved. Gave me boss notice yesterday. She was visibly PISSED. Said she was blindsided, speechless, "I thiught you were happy here, why? Just why?". I said sorry its a significant raise. She told me to leave her office. Came back to my desk a few minutes later and told me I need to stay for an additional 4 weeks while they find and hire someone. I told them I can't. They told me I NEED TO.
Tables are turned and I now know how much they need me abd I don't need them. I'm beyond happy their shitty attitude towards me won't change that. Just wanted to share with everyone
EDIT: Walked out with all my shit after my shift Friday. Debating not showing up next week. Fuck em right?
EDIT #2: Payday is Monday. I got paid Saturday morning. Should I take this as a hint?
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It's September the 22nd 1987. The clock has just passed 8 in the morning when train driver Svein Ivar Johannessen and conductor Roger Aaserud are getting ready to drive the commuter train from Moss to Oslo. Before they start their journey, another train arriving from Oslo stops next to them, and the conductor of that train gives Svein Ivar a sign to hold their departure.
>The conductor signaled me to stop. We did not have communication at that time. Then he said to me: Drive carefully, because there is something in the track between Kambo and Moss.
After receiving the message, they depart heading towards the unknown object in the track. Svein Ivar is the first to spot it. He says he first thought it was a garbage bag, but when they got closer, he could see that it was a human body. They stop the train and get out to investigate. After realizing what they had just found, Stein Ivar drives the train to Kambo police station to notify the authorities. All train traffic on the stretch is stopped and the police arrive by train at 8:50 AM.
The man (NSFW) looks to be between 55 and 70 years old. He's laying on his stomach on the left side of the tracks. His right arm and leg are separated from the rest of the body. He is wearing a grey jacket, a yellow sweater, a white shirt with thin lines, a black belt of artificial material, blue jeans, a pair of brown shoes (brand: Mephisto), and medical support stockings. With the exception of his underpants (brand: Elan Body), all of the clothes have had their labels cut off. The unknown man does not have any ID papers or money on him. The only things in... keep reading on reddit ➡
Ever notice how canonically, the minions were frozen during WW2 because the movie didn’t want to say the Minions ... from ‘Minions’ worked for Adolf Hitler? Just me? Ok cool
Like, these creatures are attracted to the most evil people alive at any given time ... so they absolutely should have been Nazis. Show us Nazi Minions you cowards.
Idk, maybe I'm just socially clueless.
Sometimes I'll see posts on this website or some dude IRL is talking about his sexual experiences. Maybe a funny story, or something concerning. I'll be genuinely interested in the development of what they're talking about but they don't get very far without someone saying something equivalent to /r/ihavesex.
I'm a woman, so maybe I'm missing something. Totally fine if that's the case. Maybe those dudes are actually just bragging - but to me, many of the time they're just literally talking about their experiences. Sometimes it's literal trauma, like borderline sexual assault or just plain rape.
The female equivalent of this is when a conventionally attractive woman is complaining about how much people are hitting on her in a casual setting. It's seen as bragging but the woman is just talking about her experience, not looking for accolades.
As a non native english speaker I'm always surprised when I learn an actor playing an american was actually british. It seems to be very common that brits make a hollywood career. Do they really pass as americans in movies or do you notice them faking the accent?
I don't mean with regards to spelling, grammar, and general quality, although that's also an issue. I mean just that kids (by which I probably mean teens up to early twenties) haven't experienced much of life yet and it tends to come through in their fics.
Often this results in bad writing cliches - eg "their tongues battled for dominance." This is pretty clearly a line written by kids who haven't had much experience kissing but who have read a lot of other writing that writes this way and are emulating that. There's nothing wrong with doing this or anything and it's just a part of growing up.
Or else it's odd characterisation - characterisation that I think they would know does not actually make sense, but they don't have the skills yet to think things through and so are still in that "copy what I've seen elsewhere" phase. The one that always gets me here is if a character is being tortured. Now I don't need to have experience with being tortured to know that I would cry like a little baby (and probably crack instantly and tell whoever what they wanted to know!) But a line I see a ton is "(character) refused to cry out - they would not give them the satisfaction." Normal people would just scream and cry, and I think most kids know this. I've seen this line even in fanfics where the character being tortured has also been tortured in canon, and they always scream and cry in canon. I think it's just the author hasn't really developed the ability to really think through the thought process.
Most recently the one I've noticed is "social justice rants". Characters might stop in the middle of a scene and start reciting from whatever is the current "approved script" off Tumblr or whatever platform is in fashion. Adults tend to talk about these matters very differently, due to having genuine lived experience and the ability to process complex ideas at a higher level. This kind of writing I find okay for stories featuring teens or very young adults, since that is how they talk, but I just read a story featuring a couple of forty year olds suddenly stopping the natural flow of conversation to talk about social justice puritanism in a way adults don't talk, which was kind of funny - it read like it was word for word ripped off Tumblr. It was even more funny when I read on in the story - the author had taken a long hiatus and then returned, and the next chapter, written several years later, featured the adult characters having a discussion on similar topics that wa... keep reading on reddit ➡
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I had graduated with a Masters in Engineering degree in the USA. As an international student, I had 90 days to find a job or leave the country.
So when I received my first job offer (the only in 2 months) I was very excited and took it, to stop the 90day countdown.
This job was paid minimum wage and was several levels below my qualifications as a masters degree holder.
During this job which I had for about 9 months, a few of my vacation requests were denied with the reason given "not enough notice"
As this company relied on having inspectors available for emergency projects, the company relied on keeping inspectors employed without pay till a project was called in by a client. They would have an inspectors at home without pay rather then them being on vacation.
I needed vacation, it was month of October, to celebrate my girlfriend's birthday. This time I had wised up and asked for vacation 1.5 weeks earlier. The week I needed vacation, I followed up with my supervisor, he checked with the project manager, who proceeded to tell me the request was denied as I didn't give enough notice and also didn't follow up earlier so they could make arrangements for my replacement.
I didn't get the day off to spend with my girlfriend she was sad but was mostly ok. But to make up for the birthday, we decided to take a long vacation in December, 2 weeks long to fly to the west coast.
I filled and sent my December vacation request in October to my supervisor and project manager. I copied the scheduler and couple other supervisors in the area who I was assigned to from time to time.
I made sure to follow up every week or two till my December vacation. I hardly got any responses, while some responses said its still far out and they will check when my vacation comes closer.
Being sure my plan would work this time, we booked the flight, car and hotels/airbnb for our vacation by end of November.
December rolls around, I make sure to check verbally and by text message with my supervisors about my vacation request, and to remind them I show them the vacation request and the emails I had sent. All say they will check but no one came back to me about the same.
By this time I had been promoted to team leader and would have a direct line of communication with the project manager when I was acting supervisor. I would casually slip inquiries about my vacation in phone conversations and in emails when it related to... keep reading on reddit ➡
As stated in the title, I gave my boss notice today and she didn’t take it well. This was my first full time job out of college and I have worked there for 3 years. There are 6 employees total and I report directly to my boss. I very recently accepted a new position that pays more, has a shorter commute, is more in line with my long term career goals, and finally allows me to start seriously saving for retirement via 401k.
After lunch today over zoom (working from home due to the pandemic) I told her I accepted another opportunity and gave 3 weeks notice. I asked my new employer for additional time before my start date and I thought this would be acceptable.
She immediately became upset and turned off her camera, and for second I thought she hung up on me. I continued to state what my last day would be and she angrily told me how much she relies on me and that I should have told her I was looking for a new job. She said that she has a lot on her plate and I just made more work for her. I said I did my best to get more time before my start date - 3 weeks - but she kept on insisting I was putting her in a bad position and didn’t give enough notice. I tried to pivot the conversation and told her I’m happy to do whatever is needed to transition my projects and help the hiring process. The call ended shortly after.
I have been feeling awful all afternoon and need some perspective. It is a small company and my boss has been accepting a lot new projects lately. I have a lot of responsibilities and she does rely on me a lot. Should I have given more notice? I’m pretty sure it’s not customary to let your boss know you’re looking for another job, right? TIA for your thoughts.
ETA: Wow! I didn’t expect this to get such a big response but I want to thank you all for your support and well wishes, reading the responses this morning this really helped me feel better.
Some other details, if interested: yes I am young (25) and I agree that I still have a lot to learn navigating these situations. It is an at-will position with no contract. The pay isn’t bad but I’m looking at 10k more at my new job :) and hopefully I can catch up on retirement, as my former company did not offer a plan. If anything this experience has taught me a lot and I’ll take these lessons with me throughout my career. Thanks again everyone, I’m excited to get these three weeks done and move on to bigger and better things in my life :)