I got an out of office from a colleague saying to contact me in his absence. I didn’t even know he was out or that I was his backup.
The account director has a lot to cover, so he’s just going to rush through all of it and so we absorb nothing.
You ignored my recommendation and insisted we do it your way. And I have emails to prove it. So no, I won’t share the blame.
There are 15 managers assigned to this project, so how could it be so late?
National Boss’s Day, because somebody thinks appreciating the boss isn’t your job EVERY fucking day.
The boss is using his new buzzword like a 3rd grader who just learned how to burp at will.
It’s not a “fire drill” if you have it every day; it’s just an inability to plan or tell your client no.
I AM NOT A UTILIZATION TARGET. I AM A PERSON.
One nice thing about having to work late is you can print your resume without anyone noticing.
Did you know that the economy survived for hundreds of years before anyone coined the term “onboarding”? It’s true.