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These are some thoughts re. work place practices that have done very well for me for a long time.

 I was in retail for many years, and tho I work for a factory now these policies apply any where. So:

* Bottom line, it's a job. Not your life. Don't make it that way. Filter everything you do there based on what you're supposed to be doing.

* I show up on time, do a great job of what's expected of me, take my breaks when I'm supposed to and never exceed them----and when it's time to leave, I leave. None of this 'can you stay over and cover for ____?' NOPE

* I avoid almost all contact with my co workers. The only dialog going on is 100% work related, fast, and to the point. You wouldn't believe how much drama (and trouble) you save yourself by doing that.

Me? Basically, I am neither the shop trouble maker nor Employee of the Month. My only career aspirations are to be a faceless number on a payroll sheet, and to retire as young as possible.

Work sucks and all I wanna do is play, but I need money so I do all these things listed above and it works out spendidly for me. It can for you too.

 



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Another thing: If you're a man, don't socialize with the females on your job. There's a bunch of these raggedy bitches who legit get off on putting sexual harassment cases on working men, and the company will 100% take their word over yours. Another reason I keep to myself.

 

 



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Anonymous wrote:

These are some thoughts re. work place practices that have done very well for me for a long time.

 I was in retail for many years, and tho I work for a factory now these policies apply any where. So:

* Bottom line, it's a job. Not your life. Don't make it that way. Filter everything you do there based on what you're supposed to be doing.

* I show up on time, do a great job of what's expected of me, take my breaks when I'm supposed to and never exceed them----and when it's time to leave, I leave. None of this 'can you stay over and cover for ____?' NOPE

* I avoid almost all contact with my co workers. The only dialog going on is 100% work related, fast, and to the point. You wouldn't believe how much drama (and trouble) you save yourself by doing that.

Me? Basically, I am neither the shop trouble maker nor Employee of the Month. My only career aspirations are to be a faceless number on a payroll sheet, and to retire as young as possible.

Work sucks and all I wanna do is play, but I need money so I do all these things listed above and it works out spendidly for me. It can for you too.

 


 This speaks to me 100%. Been doing things just like this a very long time, and even though some might say I'm stuck up or weird or what ever, I don't mind. I don't come to work to make friends, I have plenty of those outside off the clock.



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Another thing: If you're a man, don't socialize with the females on your job. There's a bunch of these raggedy bitches who legit get off on putting sexual harassment cases on working men, and the company will 100% take their word over yours. Another reason I keep to myself.

 

 Yep, seen that happen to a few guys. One dude was in the breakroom talking with his buddies---guys--and some janitor chick he didn't even see was behind him. He made some semi vulgar joke involving women and she turned him in. Again: he wasnt talking to her or about her and didn't even know she was there. Thankfully it got dropped, but I assure you it was only because there was a union involved. A strong one. Its bull****. A chick gets offended why cant she just tell the dude to shut up.


 



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Its funny how MGMT wants associates to "HAVE FUN" at work. But most people definition of "FUN" is not doing the same repetitive task over and over again and then be asked to do more and more. Show up to work, do what you need to do, be cordial with your co-workers, leave, if you can crack a small joke here and there that is G-Rated take the opportunity.

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