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    TheStigTheStig Registered User regular
    Disk golf > golf. It's way easier to get in to in terms of skill and money, and the courses are more interesting.

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    MadicanMadican No face Registered User regular
    The outside is terrible in its entirety and I'd like nothing to do with it.

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    KakodaimonosKakodaimonos Code fondler Helping the 1% get richerRegistered User regular
    I hate these gross traders and I hate them even more when they make more work for me. At least one of them is getting his ass canned and won't be coming back after his vacation. And that written policy stating no porn on company computers that I insisted on doesn't seem so silly now.

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    PhotosaurusPhotosaurus Bay Area, CARegistered User regular
    godmode wrote: »
    Considering quitting my marketing job to get involved with something more technical. Was thinking of going for my CCENT followed by a CCNA/CCNP Security. My question is if it is actually worth starting with an A+/Net+ cert if I already have some basic networking knowledge? The local bootcamps for that are $5k in and of themselves, which seems like a lot of a very basic cert.

    @Photosaurus A+ is almost never asked for. I would consider that a waste of money unless you were going for some kind of hardware repair job. Network+ could be regarded as a wading pool to introduce you to networking concepts before diving into the lake that is CCNA, but CCNA will tell you everything you'd learn in Network+ and more from a Cisco-specific standpoint.

    Much appreciated, this lines up with some other info I've picked up. It's a scary thought, jumping in to a totally new profession just shy of 30, but I'm just not at all digging my current role.

    @Tox that sucks. Are you working through a contracting company or temping directly for your employer?

    "If complete and utter chaos was lightning, then he'd be the sort to stand on a hilltop in a thunderstorm wearing wet copper armour and shouting 'All gods are bastards'."
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    ToxTox I kill threads he/himRegistered User regular
    Contract company

    Which means yeah they'll probably try to minimize my downtime

    except oh wait I'm gonna need like the first half of November off for my honeymoon so what's even the point of working anything long term in the meantime?

    UGH

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    V1mV1m Registered User regular
    edited June 2015
    tynic wrote: »
    I keep getting unsolicited emails from this woman about advertising our business in The Independent. I've told her we don't advertise and are not interested but she still pops up.

    With a week left on my contract it's now taking all my willpower not to email back with 'Just piss off, will you'.

    Why not set up a meeting on site for the day after you leave?

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    DarkPrimusDarkPrimus Registered User regular
    The worse part of golf is having to carry your bags around everywhere, so if you've got a golf cart it improves your enjoyment of the game immensely.

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    V1mV1m Registered User regular
    Tox wrote: »
    I'm almost definitely losing my job in the next two months.

    Like

    It's not 100% guaranteed for certain, nobody's actually said anything

    but

    I'm a temp and they're making a big change and basically a huge project will finally be ending and it's just way too "writing on the wall" for me to ignore and it's stressing me the fuck out.

    Begin the lookening.

    Oh, and this bears repeating: give zero fucks about "loyalty to the team" or any shit like that while you're looking and hopefully interviewing and accepting. If they wanted a single pico-fuck from you about loyalty, commitment or investment, then they'd have offered you a permanent role. Until your current employers give you a written - and I do mean written offer of such a role, because Oh Boy do companies love to string temps along with vague-but-meaningless verbal "promises", "assurances" and "don't worry, we'll take care of you, just keep coming in"s, then they're in exactly the same place in your heart as every other place you're applying for work to.

    That said, check out any possible internal vaccancies hard. You have a starter advantage in that they know you, and that's actually pretty useful.

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    tynictynic PICNIC BADASS Registered User, ClubPA regular
    V1m wrote: »
    Why not set up a meeting on site for the day after you leave?

    I can't imagine she'd actually drive for six hours each way to meet with a company who have shown zero interest in her product to convince them to spend less on advertising than she did on petrol.

    but sure why not

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    BucketmanBucketman Call me SkraggRegistered User regular
    I need to find something else soonish. My current job, which is comission sales and seemed chill at first, is getting really stressful really quick. Plus I can't keep doing 6 days a week and school.

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    GnizmoGnizmo Registered User regular
    edited June 2015
    So my supervisor has decided to find new and obnoxious ways to annoy me. Supervision was uneventful with a bit of insinuating poly people are really super crazy losers and a story of randomly hugging a black stranger "because people need to see us do this." Wrap it up with excusing racism as mental illness and some easy tips on how to violate state ethics rules and inject your religion on clients you counsel and you have my day. The last part should bother me more, but I am going numb to her attempts to get me to promote a religion I don't associate with.

    Today though she decided to be extra fun to make up for it.

    Her: We have a new client who lives in bum fuck egypt

    Me: Where in bum fuck Egypt parish? There are some places kinda close to other people so maybe

    Her: Straight bum fuck Egypt which is 45 minutes to an hour from your other closest client

    Me: uh, nope

    Her: Well what if he meets you somewhere else?

    Me: Alright fine I will try. If he can meet me not in the middle of gator country we can talk.

    Her: Oh good. I am putting him into crises so we want you to spend like 3 hours a day with him for the next couple days.

    Me: I will cut you.

    So now I get to try and find a way to squeeze in extra time to see a completely new person when I am already more or less over capacity. Did I mention I am booked up till 6pm at least? And that this guy rides the bus and can't be out too late? Time to start stabbing people. There is zero chance she will be happy cause I don't work past 7pm and won't work more than 5 days a week. Going to be a fun time when they realize I won't screw over my long standing clients to make time for new guy.

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    tynictynic PICNIC BADASS Registered User, ClubPA regular
    that's fucked up on a lotta levels

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    PeccaviPeccavi Registered User regular
    Today has been a whirlwind of bullshit. No one here really seems to know how my job works, and now that its broken down and I'm trying to fix it everyone is all, "I don't know, contact ____ and maybe they can help you".

    Meanwhile, I've got the fun job of being the only point of contact for customers in this mess.

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    GnizmoGnizmo Registered User regular
    tynic wrote: »
    that's fucked up on a lotta levels

    I feel like this describes 90% of my interactions with my company at this stage. I really wish I had more energy for job searching. Going to go hard at it this weekend. And getting back into school.

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    DocshiftyDocshifty Registered User regular
    webguy20 wrote: »
    Docshifty wrote: »
    My wife has continually put in 70+ hour weeks, yet is salaried at $11/hr. I warned her this would happen. She should seriously demand a big raise.

    What does she do? Also I don't know if it is state or federal, but the minimum wage for salary is $455 a week.

    She's a house supervisor for an independent living home for the local Center for Disabled Children. 455 sounds close before taxes, so she's just riding that line, I guess.

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    MetalbourneMetalbourne Inside a cluster b personalityRegistered User regular
    Gnizmo wrote: »
    tynic wrote: »
    that's fucked up on a lotta levels

    I feel like this describes 90% of my interactions with my company at this stage. I really wish I had more energy for job searching. Going to go hard at it this weekend. And getting back into school.

    In my experience the worse a job is the more time you'll end up working there. I suspect this is engineered to keep you from looking for another job.

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    WheatBun01WheatBun01 Face It, Tiger Registered User regular
    Haven't heard anything back yet for the job I applied for. They said they'd let me know either way, but it's been a little over a week now.

    What's the appropriate amount of time to wait before getting in touch with them.

    I really want this job. It's not what I want to do forever but just having a single job with benefits would make my life so much easier I can't even imagine it

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    MetalbourneMetalbourne Inside a cluster b personalityRegistered User regular
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

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    destroyah87destroyah87 They/Them Preferred: She/Her - Please UseRegistered User regular
    edited June 2015
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    Agreed, if it's a personal door hanger of the person/people in the room. Some hotel/motels have door hangers for something to that effect (cleaning not needed/ do not disturb) Though I couldn't imagine what hotel/motel would use that as their hanger.

    But yeah, if it's something a guest brought in themselves and hung on the door, yeah, that's asking for something. Assuming any of the staff even care enough to take time out to deal with an idiot such as that.

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    ToxTox I kill threads he/himRegistered User regular
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    "please fill the atmosphere in this room with lemon pledge to the saturation point."

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    MadicanMadican No face Registered User regular
    Tox wrote: »
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    "please fill the atmosphere in this room with lemon pledge to the saturation point."

    Turning the joke back on them while still keeping with its character, I like it.

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    DisruptedCapitalistDisruptedCapitalist I swear! Registered User regular
    Tox wrote: »
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    "please fill the atmosphere in this room with lemon pledge to the saturation point."

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    "Simple, real stupidity beats artificial intelligence every time." -Mustrum Ridcully in Terry Pratchett's Hogfather p. 142 (HarperPrism 1996)
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    JebusUDJebusUD Adventure! Candy IslandRegistered User regular
    Well, so far the lady's job hasn't been caught up in any buyouts, but it is looking like it might happen in the future.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/afp-cigna-rejects-anthems-latest-merger-deal-2015-6

    So... I guess hold onto your butts! Hopefully there aren't huge layoffs. I wonder if she would get any severance if she did. How does that all work, anyone with any experience?

    and I wonder about my neighbors even though I don't have them
    but they're listening to every word I say
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    IronKnuckle's GhostIronKnuckle's Ghost Registered User regular
    I don't have any experience, but layoffs have a huge range of possibilities from "here's x months of salary and here's the contact info for your new headhunter" to "hah, shit sucks eh? Good luck!".

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    MetalbourneMetalbourne Inside a cluster b personalityRegistered User regular
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    Agreed, if it's a personal door hanger of the person/people in the room. Some hotel/motels have door hangers for something to that effect (cleaning not needed/ do not disturb) Though I couldn't imagine what hotel/motel would use that as their hanger.

    But yeah, if it's something a guest brought in themselves and hung on the door, yeah, that's asking for something. Assuming any of the staff even care enough to take time out to deal with an idiot such as that.
    There is always time to shit in someone's luggage.

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    DarkPrimusDarkPrimus Registered User regular
    edited June 2015
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    Agreed, if it's a personal door hanger of the person/people in the room. Some hotel/motels have door hangers for something to that effect (cleaning not needed/ do not disturb) Though I couldn't imagine what hotel/motel would use that as their hanger.

    But yeah, if it's something a guest brought in themselves and hung on the door, yeah, that's asking for something. Assuming any of the staff even care enough to take time out to deal with an idiot such as that.
    There is always time to shit in someone's luggage.

    Not if you want to catch the connecting flight in O'Hare.

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    SyphyreSyphyre A Dangerous Pastime Registered User regular
    There are few things more annoying than a complete set of Allen wrenches. Minus the one you need.

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    mcpmcp Registered User regular
    I'm being CC'd on an email chain about shit that has nothing to do with me, and I know nothing about.

    If someone asks me to chime in, I'm seriously considering replying all with `How the fuck would I know?'

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    MetalbourneMetalbourne Inside a cluster b personalityRegistered User regular
    DarkPrimus wrote: »
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    Agreed, if it's a personal door hanger of the person/people in the room. Some hotel/motels have door hangers for something to that effect (cleaning not needed/ do not disturb) Though I couldn't imagine what hotel/motel would use that as their hanger.

    But yeah, if it's something a guest brought in themselves and hung on the door, yeah, that's asking for something. Assuming any of the staff even care enough to take time out to deal with an idiot such as that.
    There is always time to shit in someone's luggage.

    Not if you want to catch the connecting flight in O'Hare.

    You know Damn well what's important.

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    TheStigTheStig Registered User regular
    mcp wrote: »
    I'm being CC'd on an email chain about shit that has nothing to do with me, and I know nothing about.

    If someone asks me to chime in, I'm seriously considering replying all with `How the fuck would I know?'

    Reply with reaction gifs.

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    tynictynic PICNIC BADASS Registered User, ClubPA regular
    mcp wrote: »
    I'm being CC'd on an email chain about shit that has nothing to do with me, and I know nothing about.

    If someone asks me to chime in, I'm seriously considering replying all with `How the fuck would I know?'

    I've had an email chain bouncing round between 8 people for the last two or three months. 6 of those people work in the same damn institution, most of them in the same building. They're trying to figure out a date to come down and visit our company. It is the most batshit fucking disorganized thing I've ever seen in my life and I basically stopped responding to any of it about a month ago.

    Last update was this morning, where they announced they would be rescheduling the visit from 10th July to 11th September.

    I haven't even bothered telling them I'm leaving the company, that would probably trigger another 80 emails as they tried to figure out if they could come down next week instead.

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    HoA-playerHoA-player Registered User regular
    edited June 2015
    Cello wrote: »
    Psykoma wrote: »
    HoA-player wrote: »
    Cello wrote: »
    so today i learned that golf is fun

    and also that free alcohol for 12 hours is fun

    really you should all be proud that this post is coherent

    I may be struggling to make sure I didn't typo this guys i am pretty druno

    Golf is totally fun. Also totally frustrating.

    Tomorrow the company I work for is closed for a company day trip. But I won't be going on the trip, instead I'll go watch the golf tournament that's here this weekend. Gonna try and see Martin Kaymer and Henrik Stenson.

    Golf every once in a while or once yearly for a company event is fun.

    Golf every weekend is absolutely not fun.

    Yeah, I was expecting to *hate* it and was pleasantly surprised! It helped that I got assigned to a fun team (it was a Best Ball tournament for work) and I got to drive the cart. Careening around turns with free cider in hand on a beautiful day... not too bad.

    I was awful, but I did get a few good shots and learned some things, so I maybe wouldn't hate doing it again sometime!

    Golf is fun all day every day. Except when it's not. :P

    If I didn't have to work I would play all the time.

    HoA-player on
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    ToxTox I kill threads he/himRegistered User regular
    TheStig wrote: »
    mcp wrote: »
    I'm being CC'd on an email chain about shit that has nothing to do with me, and I know nothing about.

    If someone asks me to chime in, I'm seriously considering replying all with `How the fuck would I know?'

    Reply with reaction gifs.

    Specifically, "I have no idea what I'm doing" dog.

    two birds, one stone and all that.

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    mcpmcp Registered User regular
    Having a loud ass conversation in someone else's office doorway is being an asshole.

    These people in my doorway are assholes.

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    JoeUserJoeUser Forum Santa Registered User regular
    Sheri wrote: »
    I applied for a job

    joeuser you'd better lemur me now just in case

    @Sheri

    Good luck! :)

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    PirusuPirusu Pierce Registered User regular
    jgeis wrote: »
    I'm going to vent here because this is technically related to somebody's job.

    I submitted paperwork to the Fed a while back for my grandpa. It was a pretty routine form regarding survivor benefits, since my grandma passed recently and she had been a Federal employee. They received the paperwork on May 11.

    I just called to get an update because nothing had been paid or mailed out yet. Turns out that despite them receiving it a full six weeks ago, nobody was assigned to the case until this past Monday. Six weeks, just to assign someone to process a relatively simple survivor benefits claim!

    I realize that there have been some issues with data breaches at the OPM, but to take what will be no less than 7 weeks to process a routine claim is kind of ridiculous. For some people benefits like these might be their only source of income, or a supplement to whatever Social Security payments they receive. This kind of stuff seems like it should be a pretty high priority!

    My parents have been going through something similar for the past year now. My dad was on social security benefits while he was in the hospital for 9 months due to complications from antibiotics. They never received these benefits though, and with one thing being another, complete forgot about them, until they were audited by the IRS and dinged for not claiming a large sum of money they supposedly received in SS benefits.

    After sending in official copies of bank statements and whatnot proving that nope, they never got the SS check. This was all discovered April of last year. Cut to a few months ago, my dad still hadn't received the check that they told him they would resend, and they finally said "We'll just direct deposit what we owe you." It took another two months for that to happen, and when they did? They direct deposited what they owed him twice. So who knows how long it will take them to cancel it, and my parents don't want to spend ANY of it in the meantime because who knows? Maybe they'll try to rescind both deposits.

    Long story short, the system is so messed up, and I'm sorry you've had to deal with it.

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    CambiataCambiata Commander Shepard The likes of which even GAWD has never seenRegistered User regular
    So there's a department that I help a lot through my work chats, and the other day my supervisor tells me she visited them and they think I'm "mean." These are the same people that are routinely rude as shit to me, so I told her that I don't care if they think I'm mean. To which she replied, "you should!" She also told me about the coworker of mine that they just love, and it was like the worst possible example she could have given, because the guy she pointed out for praise is the dude that is constantly breaking orders so that they're so fucked that no one can fix them.

    Also, one of the things that irks me about that is, how childish is "mean" as a criticism in a professional space? "Rude" or "unprofessional" are the types of criticisms you give to adults. How much is that criticism based on the fact that I'm a woman and supposed to use the requisite amount of smilies in everything I type?

    Well, supervisor's advice is to do whatever the people in my chat want me to do "if it's easy to do!." I argued that, for example, the "she's mean" department could ask me to change the due date on the order just to make it look pretty, just so that they could pull the due date back in sooner, and that changing due dates is comparatively "easy", but that's actually the entirety of their job and they have special tools that we don't have to allow them to change dates to whatever they want. And so she retracts with, "oh no, don't change due dates, that's their job." To which I reply that is the kind of thing people push on us to do - things that are their job.

    Anyway, 5 min after the end of that meeting, where I told her I would do better, I get a chat with one of the people in the group that thinks I'm mean. This lady says not a word to me in the chat, to the point that I'm not even sure the chat loaded for her properly (because the system crashes a lot), so I used the 2 minute warning script, then closed the chat out after the 2 minutes. A couple of minutes later she pings me on the side throwing attitude about me closing her chat, even though I actually answered her question within the chat despite the fact that she was "too busy" to respond, so I called my supervisor over to show her exactly what was said to me. Supervisor agrees that it's over the line, and asks me to email her the chat, so that's something at least.

    I also did some experimentation into "doing stuff, if it's easy!" and kept hitting road blocks. For example, it can sometimes be quite easy to pre-provision a telephone number into the switch, but for some reason every telephone number I tried blocked me for reasons I didn't understand, so I ended up having to send those people to the actual department that does that anyway. And I tried to call the phone number for activating a TN on one order, instead of sending them to repair where that's supposed to be done, and the activation line wouldn't do it for me because I couldn't tell them if the service had been correctly set up, only repair could answer that question, so I ended up having to send the person to repair anyway. It's almost like the company really wants people to follow the processes that the management set up and will try to block anyone from bypassing those processes.

    The day after the meeting with the supervisor, I asked her if she would at some point spend several hours sitting with me so I can give her more of an idea what I do every day. This supervisor really, really doesn't understand what we do even a little bit, and I wish she would make more of an effort about it. She did agree to sit with me at some point, so I'm genuinely looking forward to teaching her about my role. I really don't think this lady is a bad lady, but she's a godawful supervisor.

    "If you divide the whole world into just enemies and friends, you'll end up destroying everything" --Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind
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    SheriSheri Resident Fluffer My Living RoomRegistered User regular
    Had a lovely dinner with some work friends tonight

    The 24th was my friend's birthday and the 26th is mine so we had a group bday dinner on the 25th

    Feels good man

    Also I am very full

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    GrobianGrobian What's on sale? Pliers!Registered User regular
    I work on something like a tech campus (they call it a "science park"). We have a university, a particle accelerator and a lot of big and small, mostly tech, companies and then of course some service industry (hotels, a big supermarket etc). The official numbers are ~1k companies on 4.2km² with 15k employees and 6k students.

    There's a company running 4 different cafeterias on this campus, a big one and three smaller branches (I think they only cook at the big one). last numbers I found were old but back then they served 1k meals a day. A good number of employees at my company go there for lunch because it's right across the street for us. In my group we usually go with 7 people (out of 12). In the last couple of years the competition expanded with the expansion of the campus. There's now two sushi places, a couple of small bistros, some fast food, some restaurants etc. The university cafeteria got a complete makeover at some point. The prices at this private run cafeteria have gone up steadily over the years while the quality has at best stagnated. We still went there because it was near and still cheap and opposed to other places they have a relatively wide selection each day so it's easier to go with 7 people.

    This week on Wednesday they had a sign out front "Closed for operational reasons. We thank our customers for their loyalty. 1990-2015" You could see the employees inside through the glass doors. There had been a meal plan for the whole week and on Tuesday everything was normal. I'm pretty sure we would have noticed if the employees had known anything themselves. We went to one of the small bistros and the owner told us she was asked to take over one of their locations (but she didn't want to, it was too big for her). Nobody knows anything for sure. The rumor I heard is that they hadn't paid the social security (employers and employees pay into various buckets in Germany) and so they got shut down hard and instantly.

    So this is super shitty for the lunch ladies, because they were all women over 50 (and some over 60) and it's gonna be hard to find a new job. Some were unfriendly, some were nice and I feel for the latter.

    For us it's just inconvenient, because while there are other options, virtually all are more expensive. And the nice thing was we didn't have to decide where to go each day. We often went somewhere else on Friday and that always takes like 20 minutes until we have found a compromise. That's just not possible every day. The next best default option is then the university but that's more expensive (since we don't get the student or the employee discount) and further away.

    And the even worse (for us, still not comparable to their employees) thing is that the company also had a catering business, this one was actually always pretty good. Almost any event we organized was catered through them, like our big company summer party. That's also a 25 year party this time. And is scheduled for next Friday. If they also closed the catering side then someone in my company now has a stressful week-and-a-half.

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    OatsOats Registered User regular
    edited June 2015
    Interviewed a person for a job today. Weird being on the other side of the desk.

    Good times though. Liked the candidate.
    DarkPrimus wrote: »
    I just saw a picture of a hotel room door with a picture hanging on the door handle. The picture is a drawing of the maid from family guy and a caption underneath that says, "no, no clean, thank you"

    Which, I'm pretty sure that when translated to hotel staff means, "please sneak in and shit in my luggage."

    Agreed, if it's a personal door hanger of the person/people in the room. Some hotel/motels have door hangers for something to that effect (cleaning not needed/ do not disturb) Though I couldn't imagine what hotel/motel would use that as their hanger.

    But yeah, if it's something a guest brought in themselves and hung on the door, yeah, that's asking for something. Assuming any of the staff even care enough to take time out to deal with an idiot such as that.
    There is always time to shit in someone's luggage.

    Not if you want to catch the connecting flight in O'Hare.

    Like any flight ever left O'Hare on time.

    Oats on
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