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Tricia Hendrix
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SOPHIE CHEN
3 days ago

My boyfriend is the associate director at a small gallery owned by a rich person. He started not too long ago and is curating a show with a large group of artists, but he hasn’t talked to his boss (the owner) about budget for the show yet(install, shipping), because she is not there at the gallery very much. When I asked my boyfriend what if she doesn’t want to commit to the cost of the show? He just said “I don’t mind if I have to pay a few hundred dollars out of my own pocket.” Which I think is absolutely a principle that no employees should pay for directly work related costs out of their own pockets. So we got into a big fight. His argument is: if this show goes well it will be good for his career.

He is full time, salary based, no commissions.

Am I wrong in this argument?

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Scott Simoncic

It’s going to start a bad trend with the Rich owner. I end up doing a lot of work (electrical, cctv, network, home theatre and automation) for rich people somewhat often, I had to come to a policy where I won’t even buy a $1.00 receptacle out of my pocket because rich people don’t understand money on the same terms as “normal” people. They’re notoriously cheap when it comes to everyone else, most rich folk truly do have some level of disdain for those who aren’t and believe they’re actually better for having money, and they’re the first to try and beat you up over labor AND materials. He needs to be very careful with the thoughts of “if I do this maybe they’ll see I’m dedicated and it will advance my pay/career/both in the future.” It most likely won’t, there’s a reason they have him on salary instead of hourly, overtime exemption, actually, it disqualifies the employee of many protections, I would expect nothing more from rich folk, they are the hardest to get paid by, take the longest TO pay, they like to consolidate things like labor time that shouldn’t be consolidated (They call for a problem that is unrelated to your work, you tell them what the rates and terms are, they agree, you drive 20 minutes each way, and spend 10 minutes fixing the problem, they call you for something else unrelated OR the cause the same problem again even though you told them not to do the thing that caused it anymore, you spend another 45 minutes mostly driving there again, and they do the “so it only took you 5 minutes to actually fix it, 10 last time so together, 15 minutes, let’s call it an hour altogether. Nooooooo, you live in the next city over, and gas here in CA is still $5.95 a gallon, and I have to carry tools so it’s a truck, and I get 11mpg’s average, it would cost ME money at this point to fix your problem. “Well you can write it off…”. That’s about when I start taking a few days to return their calls or referring them off saying I’m going to be on a 3 month project, because I already know where this road is going. All money is not good money. If he doesn’t respect himself and what his responsibilities AREN’T as well as what they are, this will only get worse, and more frequent. TRUST ME, DO NOT SUBSIDIZE RICH PEOPLE! They do no need it, and will not recognize or acknowledge what you’re doing for them, because it’s Cents on the Dollar for the kind of money it would actually take for them to acknowledge that you’re actually doing something for them that they consider worthy of their gratitude.

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Kevin

Small investments , could. Lead to bigger opportunities in the company . If he's passionate about his job , who knows what lies ahead . Good luck to your Boyfriend

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Daniel Perea

Is there any reason, no matter how far fetched it may have sounded at the time, that they did that to you?

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Daniel Perea

I'm not talking about the stealing.

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Lauren Ark
11 days ago

I recently started a part-time job and during my interview I explained that I exclusively breast-feed. I asked if there would be a place that I could come and the manager told me yes but wasn’t specific on the location. When I started that Monday since I am a part timer I only have one 15 minute break. What’s the best time for my break I asked to be shown where I could pump at and the trainer took me to a public bathroom. I asked can I have some thing that was more private because I need it to pump. I was then taken to another bathroom that had a lock on the door. No accommodations were made for me even though I gave the hiring manager a heads up. I’m not asking to be treated like royalty however when I’m pumping the milk for my baby I have no choice but to stand up or sit on the toilet but my cords aren’t long enough and I’m limited on the amount of time I have which is now causing my flow to decrease. I brought it to their attention but it doesn’t seem like anything is going to change. Am I asking for too much? #advice #management #jobsearch #interview

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J P
16 days ago

The slave mentality is instilled by our parents and relatives, it is the one that puts the employer in a higher place than the employee, where everything you do is done as an "inferior being" that does not deserve your job, an "inferior being" if rights as a citizen. A kind of being who begs for work, an "inferior being" who is at the mercy of his employer. That he wants to work a lifetime with an employer to be loyal blindly and if he looks for a new job, he is ungrateful and therefore the family categorizes him as an unstable being since his goal is not to serve his master for decades. It's a generationally sick mentality. You must move to a liberating mindset, look at your qualities, must analyze with SWOT Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Within the opportunities must be the profile with the characteristics of the employer or desired clients. Always use your time to sell it to the highest bidder, loyalty is for the best pay and the employer that treats you the best. #jobsearch #interview #advice #management #wordsofadvice

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J P
18 days ago

Generation Z who were born from 1994 to 2010 and generation Alpha born from 2010 are difficult to recruit for a Human Resources director Baby boomers (1949-1968) or Human Resources director of Generation X (1969-1980) that they are the generation that dominates these positions that were the wards of the Baby boomers. The question is should these antiquated policies of these old school graduates of policies be changed, which largely have anti-abolitionist characteristics, and see Human Resources as inferior, which should live to work. A millennial HR director might bring abolitionist policies and think the employee is doing work to support his or her lifestyle. This is why many interviews are very ridiculous in Human Resources departments with old-school directors, for example, there is a technology position that requires the employee to travel to carry out the interview and when he is hired, he must travel to spend part of your wages in gasoline when you can get the job done comfortably at home remotely. Perhaps you should start by hiring a Human Resources director of a new generation to generate labor competitiveness. #jobsearch #advice #management #interview #wordsofadvice

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