Pros of being a supervisor at my location (as opposed to a different location): I know the building, I know the managers, I know the staff, it’s a smaller location.
Cons of being a supervisor at my location: My boss is a pain in the ass, and she’s even worse to the supervisors than she is to the regular employees. (I don’t know anything about the management at the other location, so I don’t know if they would be better or worse.)
What should I do? (Also no guarantee I’d get either of these jobs).
I always told myself I’d never go into management in this company because, you know, fuck management, but this probably wouldn’t be a bad option for me to make more money with more hours before I go back to school (whenever that happens).
- 6 hours ago
Accountants really are on a entirely different plane of existence and brain functioning than me. I just don’t know how they do it.
The supervisor position I’m applying for is at a different location, but I just found out there’s one opening at my location! Maybe I should see if I could be considered for that one!
- 6 hours ago
Business-oriented math is so dry and boring on top of the fact that it’s only done to ensure “efficiency” and maximize profits.
I’m doing fucking math for a 115 question questionnaire for this job application. I’d give up and say I’m not applying if it weren’t for a supervisor position within my company that I know I’m qualified for…
- 8 hours ago
Source: golden-afternoonsSave the Sexual Minorities Archives House – My Home! Hello, Bet Power here. Many of you know me; some of you don’t. I am a 64-year old, disabled, transgender man; a queer historian and an activist archivist. I need your support as soon as you can give it. For 31 years, the Sexual Minorities Arch…
The Sexual Minorities Archive in Northampton, MA, needs help!
The Archive is a hugely important resource for queer history, activism, and community on the east coast that may soon be lost if the community can’t come together to save it. The current home of the archives is up for sale, and the curator/tenant Bet Power who has lived and worked there for 31 years needs to raise $10,000 this summer to help him secure necessary loans to purchase the property.
As someone who has used the Archives for research and is currently working as an intern, I can testify that this is a really special place and Bet deserves all the support he can gather. Today marks the collection’s 40th anniversary, and I would really hate to see it come to an end soon.
SHARE WHAT YOU CAN. PLEASE PASS ALONG. <3