Hmmmmmmm, I’m thinking another lightbulb just went off in Josh’s head!
I’d like to think it will go that way, but the cynic in me says his next line (tomorrow) will be about “sacrificing personal time for the greater good of Grumbels…”
Loyalty only has value if it’s mutual. When loyalty of that nature is demanded in return for nothing, it’s time to move on. http://tinyurl.com/czmbufh
Oh wow, Alice before the Tripoint hair…
Come to the dark side….we have sarcasm and irked grievances. Yes I am drunk right now….but I’m in college so it isn’t alcoholism.
For once Marla and Josh are in agreement. But I suspect it won’t last. Oh, no it won’t last! It wouldn’t be any fun if they did!
Wow, there may actually be HOPE for this man …
Eh, who am I kidding? This is JOSH we’re talking about.
You mean Josh realizes Grumbels may not be the utopia corporation he once thought? Please let this at least make Josh more human. He’s still young! So much hope! Unlike Stewart who lost his soul decades ago…
Wow, Josh – I guess there are downsides to being management…
Don’t know how it is in any other state, but here even salaried employees get overtime IF doing overtime makes their base salary dip below minimum wage.
For example, if they’re getting $3,000/mo, that’s about $12.50/ hr if they work 60 hours per week; well above the minimum of $8.85/hr. OTOH, if they’re working for only $2,000/mo, then they’ll get overtime because 240 hours at minimum is $2,124.
At least, that’s how it’s been explained to me.
I don’t think Josh is having an epiphany moment… so much as a “Hey, my paycheck doesn’t look any bigger…” moment….
but that can lead to an epiphany.
I feel a bit dumb, but can someone explain to me how they did 40 free hours? I don’t get how that works.
They each worked 60 hours, so the 40 hours mentioned is the sum of the 20 extra hours they each worked.
Basically, they worked 60 hours, but they are only getting paid for 40. So between them, they worked 120 hours but are only getting paid for 80. That’s 40 hours that corporate gets them to work without getting paid for it. 40 hours for free.
That’s one thing I miss about being on hourly wage vs. being on salary: time and a half for overtime.
The retail store I work for has the asst. manager and the manager on salary(and I think the manager is suppose to put in at least 45 hours a week) but they are suppose to get a bonus at the end of the year based on how well the store did to cover any overtime they didn’t get.
Why does this store only have two managers anyways, I work for as store that feels about the same size and we have 5 managers. I mean if a manager has to be there whenever the store is open that means they’d both be working over 60 hours every week.
Because that’s a lot more characters and way more plot lines. Keep it simple.
we had a large store and we had 1 manager, 1 assistant manager. Yes, we did work a lot, and a manager always had to be there. And we were salary. And we cried a lot. The best thing was in order for the other manager to have a day off, you had to work a fourteen hour day by yourself each week. Great times. I now own my own business. None of that silly nonsense for me!
Awww… he’s so cute! (sometimes)
I see him putting his foot in his mouth tomorrow. “A manager should work at least 10 hours per week more than the assistant manager!” or the like as his version of the “Inequity” in the system.
No, Stuart redoes the brainwashing once Josh complains to “Daddy.”
Norm, can we pleaaaase get a “random” button?
There was one before the website was updated. I miss it too.
There may be hope for that boy yet…
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