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I Refuse To Allow new work schedule to ruin my day and coming weeks

Saturday, March 26, 2011

I'm not going ot stress over only getting 7 1/2 hours of work for April 9th to April 15th Can't go there I'll be all crippled up with my RA I will have ot convince my mother eye surgeon to do the surge that week I'm not working it works out perfectly. This is the week that the surgery was meant to happen end of story

But how in the world does Walmart expect me to pay my bill on 7 1/2 freaking hours. I hate this company they do this every year after they give me big whopping 40 cent an hour raise - but nothing this bad usually it will be 20 hours a week But 7 1/2 freakin hours they must be out of their freakin MINDS

Whew I'm over it Nothing can ruin my day or my week I am in perfect control everything is unraveling out in perfect order for the best of all those affected by the situation. (Trying to use some positive creative visualization here emoticon)

It's all good I ranted enough I will not stress

Side note thought about it 2 can play this game no one wants to work past 10 pm so I will change my schedule make my availability from noon to 7 am though I really dislike the grave yard shift but I have to do what I have ot do to survive. that give them 19 hours in which they can schedule me.
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  • JULIEANNCAN
    Wow. Hang in there. emoticon
    3731 days ago
  • ELISADENK
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    3731 days ago
  • WALKINGGRANDMA
    Sounds like you will be using some of the time sending out applications and following up on them. Employers are like that. I only got a few cents last year. Eval is already two months late with no time in sight. This is nuts.
    3731 days ago
  • no profile photo ANIMALMAGIC
    Seems we have to be grateful for any work we can get these days. But that's ridiculous, no-one can live on that!
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    3731 days ago
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