"Youre a dip shit Pack it tight and get to work on time. THE WHOLE WORLD KNEW A WEEK IN ADVANCE THAT IT WAS GOING TO SNOW. Plan ahead and quit trying to blaze a new trail back to the stone age. DIP SHIT"
First off nice spelling, one of the semi-frequent criticism I face.
Secondly, if a vehicle gets stuck in the snow, not much you can do about it but find alternate modes of transport, which I did find at much inconvenience to myself and to my employer as I was well over an hour late. I was up a half an hour early in anticipation of poor driving conditions, not anticipating my lot being covered in drifts of snow.
I pushed for not coming in, my time is my time and I’ve always said, if you can’t use me, lose me.
My time was wasted by a timid GM who can’t make an executive decision. I went through great trouble to get to work only to be told I wasn’t needed.
If I ran my own crew I would have assessed the situation in a different manner, a fair manner that took the staff into consideration, something this business rarely does.
I was recently offered the position of service manager and I turned it down, frankly because I value my education and have different goals.
As well I was awarded employee of the month just yesterday, beyond that I have missed three shifts in six years.
That type of employee is one I cast doubt upon when they are stranded by weather or illness.
This business can be B.S. much of the time, and so can many customers and commentators such as yourself, good day sir.