This results in wastage of time and irritated customers. Last week, few chips packets were found from pulses counter. Considering stores like Big Bazaar having customer’s everyday, such incidents bring disgrace to the brand name as well. The HR Department has also noticed that the store manager is very lenient with the staff. Also, he is unable to manage all the floors of the megastore by himself.
Working only for money even though that is very important but working without any interest can seem frustrating or meaningless. This reminds me one of my job as a cashier. When I first came to New York. I was working at a small grocery store in my neighborhood. I didn’t like this job because people kept asking me silly questions every day such as how you came to this country.
My family is busy, dad’s always in the office and there is no one to encourage me even for a brisk and this may be the one of the reasons why I don’t maintain a desirable weight. Another reason could be that I overstress myself due to the AP’s. Lectures I often get from dad on this matter but I guess it’s a habit that will never change and therefore, stress has become my friend now. ‘You know stress gives you the bad fat you have?’ ‘Oh really dad? OMG.
b) Poor night shift performance of duties. The student managers were briefed on how to close the snack bar at night but still did not get the job done properly. As a result, morning employees work very hard trying to do their jobs, in addition to the jobs the closing shift should have done. c) Lack of or poor management action on reports of bad employee behavior. “I told him about some specific instances and said that I believed that it happened rather frequently.
I planned my day starting at 8:30 in the morning so I could get my 12 hours done with at 8:30 at night. My day was extremely structured. I spent five hours studying, an hour walking outside, two hours reading a book I have been neglecting, an hour drawing, an hour cleaning my apartment, and an hour of prepping for the LSAT. The last hour I left empty for eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I wanted to be true to the project so I made all my meals myself so I avoided speaking to anyone for the entire 12 hours.
Usually, people worked long hours and had no time to go out and explore different fun activities. Another thing that did not help them was the fact that these people had no money or electricity. Luckily, industrialization made jobs become more complex and education became mandatory. This also required people to go to college. When eight hour work days became a thing, people were able to have more leisure time.
30 minutes later, the cycle just keeps repeating itself. For an insomniac, this goes on day after day and month after month. You feel as though you can not escape the mounting stress and anxiety you face throughout the day. Some days are much harder than others, for me it was the worst during deadlines like budget meetings and progress reports, but after the meeting is over, my insomnia just kicks in. Some nights, I was exhausted by as early as 8 pm.
I started my job as cashier at general store.At the starting time I did not face any difficulty,every thing was fine but after some time my collegue left her job and all the responsibility came on me.then I had to manage the store and also to do all necessary work like slove the problems of customers if they did not find any thing and keep the store clean and all stuffs upto date, side by side the job of cashier for which they pay me.my store was very famous in the town so people preferd to do shoping there . at the rush hour store becomes a mess and large queue developed before cash counter .as store is big and peoples problems take time to solve so It was impossible for me to satisfy all people.another problem was my wages rather I was doing work of two people my boss did not pay me well he paid me only for cashier work and for other he made excuse that he is searching for new employee and soon he will recruit one.despite of my
Hanna was working for hours. She came home, she was very tired and hungry. She looked at the refrigerator and there was no food, and she didn’t have money too. In jobs and other workplace She work hard and for long hours and She get paid less. So someone should do something about that.
The narrator hates his job and finds it incredibly mundane and he feels abused by the managers, therefore he uses humour and irony to feel better such as when he ironically mentions the reason for him being at the factory is him getting rejected by the bowling alley “In keeping with my station in society, and having been rejected by the bowling alley, I took a low-paid job at a sandwich factory.” (P.1, L 1-2). David Lodge also makes use of irony in the novel “Nice Work” where the title can mean that the work is being done nicely or that the work is nice and Robyn Penrose most definitely doesn’t think the work is nice. Robyn Penrose asks the managing director Victor Wilcox why the workers aren’t doing different tasks, however he insists the workers prefer it his way where they are the equivalent to robotic slaves and are getting zero stimulation “’That’s factory work. The operatives like it that way’ ‘I find that hard to believe” (Text 3. P.1, L 11-12).