Originally posted by Glargod
Short replies eh?
long story short, you must be the dumbest smart guy I know (IQ 144 eh)
Quit and do something else. you might experience a period of discomfort, but you'll like yourself better in the end.
I appreciate the dumbest smart guy i know thing and I understand wher you come from.
Unfortunately in the part of the world I am you either sell with self made high contacts expected, or grow, and intelligence usually helps that, but
there is a concrete ceiling where I am.
My manager reports directly to the company owner so its her and my job and thats where the trail ends.
And quitting and starting again sounds easy enough in principle I guess however with my commitments that choice is simply impractical. My workplace
knows it also and acts accordingly
For example, I had a filling fall out and had to get a weekend appointment which I couldnt for three weeks FFS. This turned into a route canal and
just saved my tooth. At least you are OK now was my support.
The depression thing I can cope with, having to be somewhere 70% of my life where i feel used and abused and then get a bone chucked my way at the end
of everu#y week in the form of a salary reasonable for my role is just about the best I got, and that really is not that good at all
Doing five mind numbing jobs for the price of one and being treated like that because my manager got hurt by a male years ago no matter how nice I
am??? Its just too much, and there is no talking to her.
(Plus couple with this, the HR manager is the Directors WIFE. Are you KIDDING ME??)
I SHOULD be using my intelligence, throwing ideas around with like minded people, debating, sticking to my guns, learning, being surprised. I know the
jobs exist. I dont know where they are?
Thanks all for your comments though, people care at least which is nice but why do we have to fall back on places like this, wonderful as they are,
just to feel some sort of relevance.
Would be great to feel reelevant in my own small world, feeding TPTB ultimately or not.
Peace and thanks again.