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I've been asked to take a position doing revisions (they set a plannogram with certain items. If they (company) decides to CHANGE something on the plannogram, it would be my job to get the item, and redo the spot with an updated plannogram number).
Brian would be my immediate supervisor.
It's 6-2:30, Monday through Friday.
That means weekends off and a guaranteed 40 hours a week.
It's not a raise and it's not a promotion.
But it means I'll be doing labels, backroom and merchandising... which are the things I prefer doing.

I'm wondering if I can handle 6-2:30 all the time, though.


The weekends off though is soooo veeerry tempting.

I think I might have to say yes.


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Dec. 17th, 2002 01:46 pm (UTC)
regardless of what you decide, congratulations are in order!
Dec. 17th, 2002 09:00 pm (UTC)
hey, congratulate me when they start giving me responsibilities that come with more money. Heh.

You wouldn't BELIEVE how little they pay.
But it's so fucking mellow there that I won't leave just over the money. It's too *worth* *it* to not absolutely dread going to work.
Dec. 18th, 2002 10:25 am (UTC)
you are correct, THAT is priceless.

anyway in my company they often give ppl the responsibilities first ("a chance to excel without compensation!") and then go ahead and play catchup when they see you can doo eet. ascending the ladder, and all that hoohah.
Dec. 17th, 2002 02:43 pm (UTC)
It *would* require frequent use of the non-word "plannogram," though...
Starting at 6am isn't that bad when you do so on a regular schedule. It sounds to me like you should accept it, especially considering some of the crappy schedules they've been giving you.

Also, that'll mean you'll be free on weekends so that when i call you it'll be with my abundant Night & Weekend minutes. Cause it's all about me...
Dec. 17th, 2002 08:57 pm (UTC)
Re: It *would* require frequent use of the non-word "plannogram," though...
But Ken... I don't feel AWAKE (no matter when I get up) until about 5 in the evening.
My rhythms are all weird.

Still though... weekends off would just be *great* for several reasons.
The most important, of course, being the ability to cater to your extravagently frugal me calling whims.

Dec. 17th, 2002 04:44 pm (UTC)
girl, get yerself some coffee and do it! weekends are when the rest of the world seems to be off. sometimes, a regular schedule can be worth more (for your sanity) than extra money.

jus' my opinion, of course.
Dec. 17th, 2002 08:59 pm (UTC)
I'm thinking that maybe one of the things that continues to exacerbate my insomnia might just be the lack of a regular sleep schedule.
Not that having to be up super early every day will fix that.
I've worked 6-2:30 every day for the last week and a half and every night I'm in bed at a different time and feeling a different level of awakeness the next day.

I'm a mess.
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