10.02.2013

Just One Simple Work-Related Rant

This post is a work-related rant so it's up to you to read it or not. I won't give in too much information as for the specific process and/or the people concerned as this will be a downgrade in my 'office grade', oke~?

I work for a big BPO company. If you're following me on my Facebook profile you definitely know what company I am in. And if you're following me on my Twitter account you'll get a hint of what process I am handling [or handled before].

Recently, my team was forced to merge with the other account's team of the same nature. I am in NA Account and was previously in Night shift. To be merged to the AP Account means that we have to come in the office during daytime instead of night and the shift allowance will be pulled out from our salaries.

Aside from those, we've encountered so many other changes that it seems we have a new mandated transformation every week! This was all promulgated by our Manager and some of them are not comfortable to us anymore.

It's as if they're holding us already by the neck, purposely not letting us go for us to be controlled totally, which is not good in any sense.

As I type these words I'm on the look-out to see if that guy [yes, it's a he] is lurking around and looks if we're working or not. I'm currently working, at the same time thinking the statements that I should be typing in. Multi-tasking at its finest!

To be honest, I'm really waiting for that special thing that's why I'm hanging onto my job tightly. Also, I have my monthly dues to pay so having no job right now is a no-no for me. But having this kind of management nowadays really sucks bigtime!

I need more reasons aside from my current ones to work harder, perform better, and stay longer in here. Negative factors around this office is starting to pile up in front of me and I don't think I have the capacity to shove them over now.

So far, I can still stay put and fight this battle silently, doing the daily jobs that I have in my own way without their guidance or oversee. I just don't want to feel that one day I'll be waving the white flag and say 'I quit!' to them. I still have faith that everything will be alright soon.

I just hope the management will try to open up their ears and minds to our please. If not, there's a thing called escalation. ;)

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