Employee Evaluation

Sorry! Suffering from extremely low job satisfaction right now.

The trainees refuse to comply with Managements repeated requests for greater productivity during the summer months.

Attempts to enforce any company policy is met with much discontent, and complaints are constantly being made by all parties involved.

The junior trainees have formed a union, and have completely ignored managements requests for peace in the workplace.

I would also like to report that the new-hire acts like an infant most of the time. He is slow to follow directions, doesn’t complete assigned tasks, has a short temper, and is off doing his own thing most of the time. The worst part of his behavior is that he demands that management meet his constant need for attention. He sets his own hours which are almost the opposite of what they should be. His direct supervisor is forced to work after hours with him!

I would like to submit a formal request for a raise in pay for said management.

Being a Mom is Hard!


12 thoughts on “Employee Evaluation

  1. When in doubt go sew. There is a begining an and end and the ability to see an accomplished goal with complete control of the situation is soooo satisfying!~giggle~ I only have one left!You will survive. I’m here as proof.


  2. When I was looking for my first job, my mother told me that she had a job where she had to keep house and cook and take care of this man’s 5 children, and had to sleep with him too! (She had me going until that last part and DOH I figured it out.)


  3. I can’t top any of those wonderful comments. Alls I can say is I hear you. I am wondering when my kids will stop yelling “MOM” all stinking day long.


  4. I think the only thing left there is to do is take an extended lunch. The only other option is maternity leave;)“I will survive” is my Summer theme song with the kids home and them contributing NOTHING to my sanity.


  5. Hugs Lola! You have a great sense of humor, I think that is the only way to get through motherhood without losing your mind : )Don’t forget about the closet ; )


  6. Oh yes, Lola, you can have that raise–twice what I get! 😉Once I filled out a form for something, cannot remember what, but anyway, under occupation, I listed “Vice President in Charge of Everything.” Later that year, I got a letter from some publisher saying my name had been published in a Who’s Who of Professional Women!


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