How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Work overall ain't that bad

But this... this is just fucking annoying.
Per Wil:


OK, now it’s serious!!!



If you do not sign in or out properly you will be docked appropriately. If your timesheet is in your favor meaning more hours than you actually it will be reversed and you will be docked that amount. If your timesheet in not in your favor then you will be docked that amount (or some amount).



This sounds confusing but the bottom line is if your timesheet is not correct from now on it will cost you.



Jim


Wil Harris
to Jim, me, Kenneth, Minna, Sandi, Kristin

Please note that this will require actual punching and not writing in on the card. Writing on the card is not acceptable and will be disregarded.



Please do not make ANY further errors on the punching in and out, so we do not have to work out the details on not paying for the time L



Thanks,



Wil



WTF mate? Are we not professionals? Are our hours not pretty tightly controlled as it is? I mean seriously-- class runs from 8:30-4:30 and there's not a great deal of room for deviation from that. You know what this means of course? I'm buying one of those little stamps that allows me to set the date on it, and the time, etc. And I'll just fucking manually punch the goddamn card ye bastards.

If you're so tight that my $7.50 an hour is going to matter soooo much with the half-hour deviations I generally make in my overall hours worked each day, if that $3.75 is gonna hurt that much, fucking just assume the least.

*snark*
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