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

Someone will die.

Is it too much to ask, that I, the instructor, know what I'm teaching on any given day? Is that a hard thing? Could someone please explain to me why I walk into a class that I'm told is going to run five days, and discover it runs only three, and the day after that, I walk in and discover that I was actually booked for another class those remaining two days.

Could someone explain to me why this is the fucking norm, and not some exception?

While we're at it, I'm extra pissed, because I'm going to be working double shifts four days next week, four days the following, and Minna has onsites for most of those, so I'm on my own for transport to work. And I'm on fucking break, and the students won't goddamn leave me alone.

This job was pretty cool not that long ago. Now, the person responsible for organizing the instructors can't fucking do the job. Shit is falling apart left and right, and it goddamn rolls downhill to me.

*snark*
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