Unprofessionalism

Discussion in 'The Whiners' started by rhasta.penguin, May 19, 2007.

  1. rhasta.penguin

    rhasta.penguin No more hippy...ugh

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    for the second time, i go into work at my regular time on a saturday, and no one is there...making me wait for an hour straight just to end up going home and spending money to cross the bridge on gas for nothing. no one called me to tell me nothing is going on, and i even talked to one of the interns and he told me something is going on today...but their shit out of luck if they want me to come back today.


    dont you hate it when people do that to you? :confused:
     
  2. AncientHippie

    AncientHippie Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

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    That sucks, but having the rest of the day off sounds cool.
     
  3. all_rhodesian_reject

    all_rhodesian_reject Sonskyn Elvis

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    I think that might be a new word, a totally apt and awesome word though


    Sorry Paul that does suck o_O
     
  4. Orsino2

    Orsino2 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

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    Dude, you should totally go super-soaking-postal on their monkey asses.

    Fuckers are going to pay, man.
     
  5. sanja_serbia

    sanja_serbia Senior Member

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    Oh, it's not just unprofessionalism, it's also disrespect of you and your schedule, I hate when people do this!...I have a friend who's always coming at least 20 minutes late and sometimes even forgets to show up!...Grrrrrrrrrr!.....
     
  6. wave owls not flags

    wave owls not flags is not interested

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    Happened to me once, before I had keys to the stores.... my boss got super drunk one nite and spent the next half-day in the hospital. I waited outside for him for nearly an hour to come and open up (in the mid-afternoon), he was mighty hungover too


    I think if you're going to be a business-owning professional you need to live professionally. Or maybe I'm just prude. :rolleyes:

    :) What I wouldn't give for a day off, though!
     
  7. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

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    I just had to get used to it at the studio. Usually, I was the only one on-time. Luckilly, I got a key pretty quickly, so it wasn't that much of an issue, but I was still surprised to find very successful producers showing up an hour after they told me they'd be there... pretty sad, in a way. But I think that's just how most musicians/artists are.
     
  8. wildflowereyes

    wildflowereyes Senior Member

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    i'm in charge of who has a key for my work :p No waiting for me.

    Though often my boss comes later than he's supposed to (or not all), so i work longer than i'm supposed to. Which makes me mad, mainly only due to what his reasons are. in example, having dinner at the in-laws is more important than having the store open the whole day...
     
  9. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

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    You don't want to piss off the in-laws, Maryanne. :D
     
  10. indian~summer

    indian~summer yo ho & a bottle of yum

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    i work in a bar, so profesionalism isn't really an issue....although there's lots of work drama around the service industry...:ack:
    sorry pauly that sounds shitasticular
    make em pay ya for the at least half day you were there
     

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