Friday, December 09, 2011
Unless, of course, they didn't. One of my friends didn't get one. She was told her supervisor was supposed to have reported it, but didn't. The supervisor, of course, denied having neglected anything. Yet there was my poor colleague, bereft of holiday cheer while everyone else was decorating a tree. The supervisor complained there would be extra paperwork. My colleague offered to help.
Later the supervisor approached my colleague and complained again of all the awful paperwork this would entail. It's tough, apparently, when people expect you to fulfill the conditions of your employment. How arrogant of my colleague to expect to be paid for her work. Who the hell does she think she is?
I've no doubt this supervisor would have a bright future in the Bloomberg administration. The one percent would have a field day with this working philosophy.