The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: OPEN BAR: It's actually about ethics in fictional bars« on: Today at 12:53:33 pm »
Time for the three stupidest days in my life to commence.
Basically, my boss could not find cover for me and my coworker to attend training. He knows, however, he has been pushing his luck in getting us to attend previous training while also working, and that luck is running out.
Therefore, he is authorising my co-worker and I, for this week, to finish our shifts at 23:30 every night so we can attend training. In other words, aside from a notoriously flimsy door, there will be no security in this place overnight, including on a Friday. No-one to kick out unwelcome guests. No-one to help students who have lost their keys, or to shoo away homeless people looking for somewhere dry and relatively warm to spend the night. No-one to do all the usual nightly duties like kitchen checks, preparing people who are leaving, doing the necessary paperwork and external patrols. Hell, there wont even be anyone to unlock the office for the day staff to come in the next day, so I don't know how that is going to work.
This work training has been scehduled since about, oh, March. So you can see why they might have had trouble securing someone, anyone, to cover those days.
I kinda hope something goes wrong. Not massively wrong, something someone can recover from, but just something bad enough to help highlight how this place is "run"
I'm starting to get the sense that most organizations are run this way, and that Tuscon is indeed everywhere.