Trying to Escape my Current Job

A few weeks ago I had two interviews–one at a grocery and the other at a retail establishment. I was actually accepted for for the retail job (as an “apparel clerk”). My schedule would have started at 20 hours a week at minimum wage. This would be a significant downgrade from my current job whichContinue reading “Trying to Escape my Current Job”

Turmoil

My biggest problem at my job continues to be auditory processing and lacking the confidence to stand up to callers when necessary. Yesterday an angry employee of our company called because she’d been unable to get her expense report approved and have the company reimburse her for it. The reimbursement amount was around $1100. SheContinue reading “Turmoil”

Still at the end of My Rope

Last Monday was dreadful. I was stupefied by questions from callers and sometimes berated by my trainer. That night my pompous, domineering step-mother ordered that I must continue at the job for the time being. She said that I should continue to badger my job coach to provide the assistance she has so far notContinue reading “Still at the end of My Rope”

Have I reached the end of my rope?

This past week at work was pretty bad. I struggled to take calls from fellow company employees who had questions relating to the company’s expense reporting system. My trainer has frequently been unpleasant with me when I put the caller on hold and ask him to give me the information the caller is requesting. IfContinue reading “Have I reached the end of my rope?”

Reminisce of a Past Job Experience/Office Skills Training (Part 2)

Those first three months with Nicole supervising my front desk training were very stressful. I was in a constant state of anxiety, which increased my proneness to mistakes. I remember one incident about a month into my tenure. One of my tasks at the end of my duty of picking up and dropping off mailContinue reading “Reminisce of a Past Job Experience/Office Skills Training (Part 2)”

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