View Full Version : Not So Suckage: Getting to work on time!
01-25-2001, 05:25 AM
I actually made it to work on time today! Doesn't happen often. I guess in a way, it could be suckage since I have to go to work, but oh well. I was on time! yay! I should get a bonus or something. ;)
01-25-2001, 06:48 AM
SUCKAGE for me who now has to get to work on time. long gone are the days that i could mosy on in 30 minutes late. the higher uppers in my company are cracking down on tardiness!
grr, its not even that its so hard for me to actually get to work on time. its that i hate going to work in the first place!
01-25-2001, 07:28 AM
I am totally with you on this one.
Thank Goodness I am moving next month and tomorrow will be my last day :D
No more shippers.
No more messed up paychecks-- but the money will be missed.
No more attendance issues.
( I am not trying to rub it in.. I have worked in this company for 2 years and have watched it go from bad to worse -- MicroAge that is... not the company that bought it out... but if they don't get my last paycheck right.. :( I might have to do something about it...)
01-25-2001, 07:58 AM
I guess I'm pretty lucky- my office is pretty laid back. Even when I'm 10-15 minutes late, I'm usually one of the first ones in. As long as you put in an 8 hr day. I just feel bad (not bad enough to do anything major about it)when I get in late. My mom raised me right. Its funny- once my commute dropped from an hour and ten minutes to five minutes, my tardiness to work increased.
01-25-2001, 08:07 AM
yeah, i sorta feel bad coming in late too. but i almost never take a lunch and i usually stay late, so i figure i'm putting my time in.
and its hard to have such a short commute! because if one thing goes wrong in the 5 minutes, your late.
if i miss or can't get on the train that will get me to work exactly on time, then i'm 25 minutes late. and if i get it, then my total commute is less then 20 minutes. so it can take me 20 minutes to get to work, or 40-45 depending on about a one minute change.
isn't that crazy?
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