I dropped one of my watches face down in the quandrangle at school once - smashed the glass. I find the finish on most watches irritates my skin.
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06-04-2015 19:31 #41
06-04-2015 19:33 #42
Your personal life does stop at work. But, if it's an absolute necessity, yes most employers will make an allowance.
Although, as a supervisor, we would only make an allowance for emergencies. Everything else can be done on your breaks.
06-04-2015 19:37 #43
I saw it as fair trade. I used to do probably 20 hours unpaid per week so it's give and take. It can't all be one way.
06-04-2015 19:39 #44
I don't get breaks? halfa for lunch and that's it. I start at 8:30am and work til 5:30pm. although usually don't leave til closer to 6pm. commute home is a nightmare usually as traffic is a shocker so usually get home around 7-7:30pm. my boss is very flexible (I'm very lucky) but he also sees I put in a decent effort. most days it's head down, bum up. therefore if/when I have personal stuff to attend to (which thankfully is usually minkmdl(, he's accommodating. if he said anything to me, I'd knock his block off lol
06-04-2015 19:53 #45
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06-04-2015 19:56 #46
I'm an office drone. I get the situation is obviously very different for those in hospitality or retail work or those that work shifts.
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06-04-2015 20:07 #47Senior Member
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Personal printing and stationery for sure but I also got the receptionist (who is my bestie as well) take some cheques to the bank for me when she took the work money down. I filled out the deposit slip so all she had to do was drop it off and I certainly wasn't the only one
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06-04-2015 20:08 #48
06-04-2015 20:11 #49
So much stuff!
* I used to shut the office an hour early on Fridays if I had plans
* I always used express post
* Petty cash occasionally paid for lunch
* Defence probably had to extend their budget to pay for my stationary
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06-04-2015 20:11 #50
Fluff, puff and no judgement thread please!
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