3.29.2007

Laundry, finally....

I think my clothes were starting to walk around without me. I haven't had time or energy to do laundry for like 3 weeks. I've been working 40 hour weeks between the two stores, and working 6 out of 7 days. My last day off was last Wednesday, and I won't have another day off until this next Saturday. While I'm not working 7 days in a week in terms of Starbucks' weeks and pay, etc. that's like 9 days in a row.



I'm also officially transferring to the other store. It's a drive-thru store, and it's much busier. Originally I thought it would be better for promotions, but today I found out that there are a bunch of other people leaving as well. Krista is going to Arizona I think to work on something for school, and they're making her quit for whatever reason, I don't know the details. Derek is demoting himself, which I just found out this morning, and has to transfer to another store to do it. He's working 3 jobs right now, and Starbucks pays the least, but the benefits are the best here, so he's staying just for that. So the store is losing 2 shift leads, plus me and Bindu is cutting her hours way back, to like 5 hours a week. The store is losing something like 140 hours a week of labor. I'm wondering who they're going to promote, or if they're going to transfer someone in. I almost feel like I should stay because they're going to need shift leads. But the other store is going to need supervisors too. I don't know. It's all very in the air...




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1 comment:

BlueCoder said...

They must know your leaving because you wanted a promotion. Certain people obviously don't like you there. Overall it would be better to go where you feel most comfortable. If you'd rather stay then say it once more that you'll stay if you get a promotion. No need to be circumspect about it.

Your about business and getting it done. Your reliable, you deserve the promotion.