So the atmosphere is thick with the funk of deceased morale at the TopFive. About two years ago top TopFive this head hunter to liaise ...it was clear that he is here to trim waste and reduce headcount. He is a lot like Director Palpatine of the No-Name Software Company -- shiny on the outside, empty and hollow on the inside.
only says positive things and is very upbeat and positive, but he
doesn't really let on to what his game plan is. Try as you might you
just cannot connect with him because he shares very little of
It is starting to feel a lot like my last few months at Big Buck Law Firm 2.0. The difference being instead of having too much work to do, I have too little. I'm just not built to sit at my desk for 8 hours with nothing to do but required to hold my post in case something comes up.
It really blows. I get up, drive 45 minutes to the office. maybe I have a few meetings. Otherwise I'm sitting at my desk, twiddling my thumbs until it's time to go home. Our culture is such that everyone goes to lunch around noon, give or take 30 minutes. Anything after that and you're simply leaving work early.
My choices are leave early to beat traffic and it looks like I'm sneaking out early, or wait until 5pm and then deal with rush hour gridlock. leaving early can be the difference between a 40 minute drive and a 90 minute drive. Even if I sit at my desk during lunch, I still feel guilty because everyone looks at you like you are leaving early.
Post a Comment
Comments Encouraged! And the nice thing about this blog is that I rarely get spam so don't need to moderate the comments.
I've set the comments up to allow anonymous users -- but I'd love it if you "signed" your comments (as some of my readers have done) just so you have an identity of sorts.