I can’t wait until December, this is killing me! Kyoko is already in a tight position, but Yashiro is calm. This arc with the Momiji audition will show Yashiro’s managing skills which I’m excited about. I know Kyoko can stand up for herself, but against a producer who immediately tells some people to leave is a challenge. Good thing, Yashiro is there. GO! GO! As for Kimiko, she’s already showing distaste. Her manager as well. What will happen in the next chapter? Scenarios are already swirling through my head.
I am so tired. There is no time for working out. I have two more days at work before im off, ive worked Friday, Saturday and Sunday which is the restaurants busiest times and i was promised an early finish yesterday as i was only covering a shift and Sundays arent my day. Obviously that didnt happen!
What really annoys me is that i feel as though i am getting punished for being good at my job. The staff that are bad at closing their sections, doing side work and cleaning down the front always finish early. ALWAYS. Instead of keeping them on and training them to be better its easier to send them home and get the veterans like me to do the closing work of 3 to 4 people. Its bad management and not fair to the people who work really hard. All im rewarded with is killer shifts and being bitched at if i forget something. I am on with said manager today so this shall be an interesting shift!
Extra 6 hours at work ontop of this week though so thats extra on the payslip, i think ill buy myself a nice bottle of something, to get drunk and forget the idiots that i work with.
College Grads: Things You Need To Know To Succeed At Your First Job
You graduated from college. Congratulations! Now you’ve landed your first job and want to do well. Here are 10 things you need to know, to help you succeed:
Work with your manager to create a game plan for your first 90 days.
2) Ask your manager to define the requirements for success in the job.
3) Be professional, prompt and efficient.
4) Get to know your coworkers.
5) Pay attention during meetings.
6) Be a role model of professionalism in every email.
7) Deliver on your commitments.
8) Look for areas where you can put your skills to use and become an expert.
9) Continuously prove you are an asset to the organization.
Starting a new job is nerve wracking for everyone. It’s the grown-up version of the first day of school jitters. But by using these tips, you can decrease your stress and help ensure a successful start in your new job. Read more.