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Do it for Jesus
Battery health is fine.
My day-to-day week in a nutshell.
Addressing his people.
Decisions were made here......
Yeah...I don’t know you
Jedi powers say:
Excuse me sir, but I think you’re lost
This is me right now
Roughly 80% of us.
Me in a couple weeks, due to the company moving our desk to India
Ouch... I am sorry that all of ya'll had to share the same desk. You'll find a better one, perhaps even one of your very own that you don't need to share with anyone else.
I feel the Internet Trolls need to Unionize.
There are dozens of us. Dozens!!
I don't get paid to make widgets. I get paid to make sure other people can make widgets. It's an easy job if you're good. If you're not, you'll be gone posthaste.
Was"retort operator" intentional? Because thank you.
That's 'bjp IT cell'. Google it. (India)
Maybe in the future we'll be able to afford food and accommodation in exchange for just turning off adblockers and accepting all cookies.
It's the utopia we're all secretly dreaming of.
About a month ago I started my first office job. So far this is all I've done. Coming from a food service and retail background I dont understand how there are so few expectations and not a single person monitoring my work
I know, right? Years of office work taught me to laugh openly at the angry dipshits who insist that government=wasteful, private enterprise=efficient "Because they have to be! Read an economics book, libtard!!1!"
So many people think that private companies are these efficient, hiring and firing machines. They.are.not! I currently work at a government job, and I've worked at several companies as well. It always amazed me how many people at these private companies did little to no work. There was a VP at this startup where I worked who just downloaded music all day. Pretty amazing!
I had one job where my manager gave me almost nothing to do for almost 6 months. I taught myself some coding skills, dinked around on the internet... It was actually kind of stressful because work just isn't supposed to be like that, and I figured there had to be a reckoning at some point and I would be the scapegoat. But there never was.
It's weird, I get anxious to go home, but then I'm anxious at home because there's nothing to do.
I highly recommend taking an acting class at a community college. I was a very introverted nerdy guy in my 20s when I did, and in a couple months that turned completely around, plus I developed tons of confidence and had a really fun hobby that I did for years. In the very first class session force yourself to volunteer to go on stage at the earliest opportunity. Once you've broken that ice it's easy.
There is a principle out there that the square root proportion of all of the workers produce roughly 50% of all of the work. So if you are in an office with 100 dudes, about 10 of them are doing half of all of the work that is output from your unit.
From personal experience so far, it's not far off. I'd say at least half the people at all of the places I've worked at so far do nothing much of the time.
I've worked for the federal government, a couple of medium sized businesses, and several startups. In every organization, it's something like the 80-20 rule, where 80 percent of the work is done by 20 percent of the people. Government is worse about dumb bureaucracy and petty infighting, but this was surprisingly rife in startups, too! There are always people who don't actually contribute anything, but make a lot of noise and cause trouble to make it look like they matter.
I'm one of the people who actually does stuff at my job; arguably, I am one of the 20% in the 80/20 rule.
That doesn't mean that I don't do the bulk of my important work in 20% of my time at work and the rest of my dicking around and dumb work-related crap in the other 80%. I'm my own 80/20 rule.
As a blue collar worker, I thought I was incapable of an office job simply because I don't like math. I do math everyday turns out.
"If you work too much, too fast, or too hard you will only be greeted by more work."
Wise words from a co-worker who does the bare minimum so that the higher ups don't give him any more work than he already has. Why work your ass off if the company isn't going to recognize you for it?
I've been at a desk job for a year and barely do fuck all. In comparison to retail supervising where not only was I paid less, but every waking minute you had to be doing something, and the irregular hours FUCKED with my physical and mental health and ability to find a real job. I still feel guilty about doing so little work at my new job.
Nobody deserves that shit. Joining the military would be easier than living your life as a retail worker. Basic income when?
However some of these privileged office workers need to get a clue.
I worked for a Japanese company in America for years and one thing that is very true is that it was run as close to a meritocracy as I’ve ever seen. Work is measured, that’s the primary job of managers. Low metrics, you are on a path to termination. High metrics, you are on a path to promotion.
Some people are desperately trying to find a useless job so they can get paid to dick around on Reddit all day. People who spend years and years and thousands of dollars. Think about that. People spend their youth in education acclimating debt or slaving away at a job then get laid off all trying to get back to a useless job to get paid to be useless.
Such is human race. But better than the coal mines I guess.
I'm an operations manager as well and I work 100%+ of my day. I seriously cant find the time to take a leak. You've got to tell me your secret.
This IS all of us (better get back to work haven't done a flipping thing yet today shit)
This is me literally everyday...
Damn this accuracy
We..we can get food for that??
No way in HELL is that me. I will NOT wear a tie.
I'd give you two up votes if I could!
This is me IRL
You can get paid for this!? Damn, I have been wasting my life away!
Jokes on you - I'm already unemployed until August
There, but for the grace of God, go I.
Everyone loves a bit of chaturbate.