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Polling the Delegation #1

Is it "quitting" (and therefore less than honorable) to get out of a difficult situation just because it is difficult?

I have given the new ownership of the bank a little better than a year. I'm still working more hours than I want to on an impossible to predict schedule and doing things that I don't enjoy.

I think it's time to move on. But a snaky little voice in the back of my mind whispers that I'm being a quitter.

What do you think?

(And before you give me the lecture. My boss and his boss know how I feel.)

GHR

Comments

singlemaltsilk
Apr. 7th, 2006 04:41 pm (UTC)
Is there any sign that management is TRYING to make it better? Are they hiring the necessary staff, but the process of getting them up to speed takes time? Or are they dragging their heels, and expecting you and your associates to 'just make it work'?

'Quitter' is not a word I'd EVER use to describe you, m'dear. But you need to do what you think is right for YOU. Believe me when I say that your employers definitely plan to do what they think is right for THEM.
billroper
Apr. 7th, 2006 11:27 pm (UTC)
The old management would do almost anything to avoid paying overtime. The new owners will happily pay overtime in order to avoid paying benefits to another employee.

Gretchen's in the unhappy position of having hours that can be stretched without having to pay overtime, so she's frequently a lucky "winner".

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