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#271 Old 08-13-2014, 05:09 PM
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Why does rock always have to be so loud??!!

Okay- I'm 62. But I've often worn earplugs to rock concerts, even long ago. I don't like having my ears feel funny for the next day. Last week I went to a good concert- Def Leppard and Kiss. Several times we were all on our feet, singing along and having a good time, but I could not even hear my own voice clearly. I might've been on-key, or flat, or sharp. It's exciting to be surrounded by all that sound, and feel the drums and bass in your chest, but it's almost more noise than music. It's part of the reason I like classical music most of all.
I have a friend who is a songwriter in the country music industry. I've gone along with him to rock concerts at local clubs here in Nashville. The first thing he does when attending such concerts is to insert earplugs. (!) Pretty ironic, huh? Apparently, this cuts down the volume but still allows you to enjoy the music.
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I have a friend who is a songwriter in the country music industry. I've gone along with him to rock concerts at local clubs here in Nashville. The first thing he does when attending such concerts is to insert earplugs. (!) Pretty ironic, huh? Apparently, this cuts down the volume but still allows you to enjoy the music.
I've always done this because the music hurts my ears, even before I was an old lady. The new earplugs rule.
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I've always done this because the music hurts my ears, even before I was an old lady. The new earplugs rule.
I used to have custom ear plugs, molded to fit my ears. But I also have a sister who's an audiologist, so selling those and hearing aids is her profession, and I was able to get them cheap.

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I was let go yesterday from my first job training at Subway after 3 hours (fairly sure after just 2 hours, he was already thinking of letting me go), because second the manager "I was standing around not doing much, and don't show initiative". Mind you that:
1. I admitted to him at the interview that I knew nothing about the job. I can't take initiative on a job I don't know how to do well yet, nor do I know what needs to be done. He saw me standing around, and never said "go do this".
2. There were too many workers walking around during my training hours, and it go to a point where there wasn't enough work for everyone.
3. Every time I asked one of my co-workers if there was anything for me to do (they were the ones training me), they said no. Or if I sometimes offered to do something, they'd go "no. no. I'll do it".
4. Training was supposed to be a week, and they literally showed me how to do everything in 2 hours; which didn't give me time to practice things well.

Maybe the manager is right, and I'm not good at the job. However, considering the lack of work and costumers during my training hours, and maybe the lack of proper training, I do feel that I wasn't given a fair chance.

One positive that I can take from this, is that being shown how to do everything helps if I get another chance to train/work at a Subway.

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I was let go yesterday from my first job training at Subway after 3 hours (fairly sure after just 2 hours, he was already thinking of letting me go), because second the manager "I was standing around not doing much, and don't show initiative". Mind you that:
1. I admitted to him at the interview that I knew nothing about the job. I can't take initiative on a job I don't know how to do well yet, nor do I know what needs to be done. He saw me standing around, and never said "go do this".
2. There were too many workers walking around during my training hours, and it go to a point where there wasn't enough work for everyone.
3. Every time I asked one of my co-workers if there was anything for me to do (they were the ones training me), they said no. Or if I sometimes offered to do something, they'd go "no. no. I'll do it".
4. Training was supposed to be a week, and they literally showed me how to do everything in 2 hours; which didn't give me time to practice things well.

Maybe the manager is right, and I'm not good at the job. However, considering the lack of work and costumers during my training hours, and maybe the lack of proper training, I do feel that I wasn't given a fair chance.

One positive that I can take from this, is that being shown how to do everything helps if I get another chance to train/work at a Subway.
There is always something to clean. There is usually something to prep, floors to sweep and mop, and dishes to wash. Self directed tasks at hand are what they likely expected you to recognize as needing to be done.

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There is always something to clean. There is usually something to prep, floors to sweep and mop, and dishes to wash. Self directed tasks at hand are what they likely expected you to recognize as needing to be done.

Best luck in the future.
It was a small store. Not much space to move around. I don't know if having started sweeping the floor asking people to move, etc. would have made them happy. I helped store deliveries that had arrived, helped prepare the vegetables, wash the dishes... I did do some things, but there were too many people (4 including me, plus manager) working during my training hours (we probably had about 15 costumers at best in those 3 hours). Two times at least, I offered to do something and was told by my co-workers that they'd do it. Am I supposed to fight them about it on the first day, especially with me being the new one there?
You might think I don't have a right to be complaining and should have done better (your post sounds like you think so. My apologies in advance if I'm wrong about that), but I do think it's pretty crappy that the manager didn't give me a single direction on what tasks to do.

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I do think it's pretty crappy that the manager didn't give me a single direction on what tasks to do.
I get beanspud's point and pretty much agree, there's generally always something to do, even if it's just to make yourself look busy. Cleaning counters/tables/floors that are already clean, etc. You didn't have to move people, just clean around them.

On the other hand, I've never seen more than two employees working a Subway. It seems to be their standard shift. So I can see the "actual" work needing to be done being pretty sparse.

My question to you is 'who hired you?' Was it this manager? A different manager? Or a regional office?

The reason I ask is sometimes small departments/shops can get "territorial" and pull together in a perceived effort to "protect" themselves from someone from "the outside"

Just a hypothetical for your situation, based on what you said...

Some stores (Walmart is famous for this) work really hard to keep employees below 40 hours/week to avoid paying benefits. That's the corporate policy. But to do that they need to hire more employees than they'd need if they had all "full time" employees (and paid them overtime for busy periods) The goal of the employees (presumably) is to work as many hours as they can which is contrary to company policy. But if the existing employees can get all the work done without letting a new hire do anything, maybe they can get that person fired (before they've managed to figure out what they're doing) potentially freeing up those hours to be divided among the existing employees.

Now, in a smaller shop, like a Subway. The same situation could occure. But it's also possible that the store manager might be empathetic to their desire for more hours. It's likely to be a more tight knit group than a Walmart. Corporate policy requires them to hire more people for fewer hours each, but if those new hires don't work out.... What is he to do?

This would only be made worse if the new employee was hired by someone other than the store manager. He might see this as a corporate usurping of his authority, giving him an additional incentive for this new person to fail.

Point is, workplace politics can be tricky to navigate, even in the best of situations. Could you have done more to help yourself out? Sounds like you possibly could. Was the deck stacked against you from the beginning? It wouldn't surprise me at all.

My advice? Don't be angry about the way this worked out for you. Learn what you can from the experience and use it to your advantage in your next position (and there is always more to learn than the mechanics of the job)

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There is always something to clean. There is usually something to prep, floors to sweep and mop, and dishes to wash. Self directed tasks at hand are what they likely expected you to recognize as needing to be done.

Best luck in the future.
It was a small store. Not much space to move around. I don't know if having started sweeping the floor asking people to move, etc. would have made them happy. I helped store deliveries that had arrived, helped prepare the vegetables, wash the dishes... I did do some things, but there were too many people (4 including me, plus manager) working during my training hours (we probably had about 15 costumers at best in those 3 hours). Two times at least, I offered to do something and was told by my co-workers that they'd do it. Am I supposed to fight them about it on the first day, especially with me being the new one there?
You might think I don't have a right to be complaining and should have done better (your post sounds like you think so. My apologies in advance if I'm wrong about that), but I do think it's pretty crappy that the manager didn't give me a single direction on what tasks to do.
Of course you have a right to complain. I have evaluated new employees such as yourself, and was sharing my perspective as a manager evaluating a potential new employee. I would instruct you on how to perform tasks, but no employee should have to wait for directions to stay productive. I'm merely offering constructive criticism, please don't be offended.
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It was a small store. Not much space to move around. I don't know if having started sweeping the floor asking people to move, etc. would have made them happy. I helped store deliveries that had arrived, helped prepare the vegetables, wash the dishes... I did do some things, but there were too many people (4 including me, plus manager) working during my training hours (we probably had about 15 costumers at best in those 3 hours). Two times at least, I offered to do something and was told by my co-workers that they'd do it. Am I supposed to fight them about it on the first day, especially with me being the new one there?
You might think I don't have a right to be complaining and should have done better (your post sounds like you think so. My apologies in advance if I'm wrong about that), but I do think it's pretty crappy that the manager didn't give me a single direction on what tasks to do.
I've been in the food industry for 12 years. The fact that the manager gave you no direction on your first day was absolutely terrible on his part. You tried to help and were told not to. I think people in the industry forget what it's like to be brand new. I'm sorry it didn't work out, it sounds like they were overstaffed. The employees should have taken the time to show you how to accomplish the tasks at hand, no matter how small. If it makes you feel better, every single person I've known who has worked for Subway says they're a crappy company to work for. Many years ago they took advantage of a law that was in place to pay a trainee less than minimum wage. They paid my sister about $4 an hour for 2 weeks. I'm sure you'll find better work. Good luck!



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a friend of mine is competitive with me and exaggerates the heck out of things to make her self look better which makes her look worse.these days,i take her claims with a grain of salt since i've caught her in exaggeration and lies to fluff her image.
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Of course you have a right to complain. I have evaluated new employees such as yourself, and was sharing my perspective as a manager evaluating a potential new employee. I would instruct you on how to perform tasks, but no employee should have to wait for directions to stay productive. I'm merely offering constructive criticism, please don't be offended.
I disagree with you. You cannot expect someone who is only 3 hours into training to be able to know exactly what needs to be done, especially when the store is seriously overstaffed and the trained employees are on it. I bet the employees wanted to make sure it was done right, so they didn't allow her the chance to try and learn. I've seen people who were completely lost at the beginning turn into amazing employees. When I was brand new at 16 working at In-n-out burger, I was super shy, nervous, and uncertain. I became a loyal employee and have always worked really hard. Even at 24 starting my current job, I wouldn't have been able to "stay busy" long after 3 hours of training. Also remember, it's common for employees to look down on the noobs.



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a friend of mine is competitive with me and exaggerates the heck out of things to make her self look better which makes her look worse.these days,i take her claims with a grain of salt since i've caught her in exaggeration and lies to fluff her image.
Ugh, that's not a good friend. Sorry you're dealing with this.



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And big arenas for concerts. I wanted to see Morrissey, but the only UK date is in a massive Arena,and the only affordable tickets will be too far away for it to be worthwhile, to me anyway.
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And big arenas for concerts. I wanted to see Morrissey, but the only UK date is in a massive Arena,and the only affordable tickets will be too far away for it to be worthwhile, to me anyway.
i sort of stopped bothering with big concert venues, although i think i would make an exception for a few names, Morrissey included!

My general pet peeve is being a gentleman of certain size and stature, around 6'2 , 240ish lbs, i am often thought of to be some kind of "bro-dude" or goon which couldnt be further from my personality. as a hobby, i do some metal shaping, work on antique cars and have a few bay garage behind a car club that i spend some time puttering away in. i had gotten word that a club member was looking for me to do some sheet metal work on his muscle car and i wandered over to their cookout they were having Saturday, was offered an array of meats which i politely declined and was received with a "alright Nancy" by the guy doing the grilling. my friend Tom just happened to walk up and introduced me to the griller as the person who he (griller) was looking for to do his restoration work...i informed him, i wasnt interested.

different story, same big goonish looking white guy instance; i work in a laboratory within a manufacturing plant, i was walking past a door and opened it for a delivery guy, who said something to the effect of he was working to hard was being treated like "a white n word ". i had never met the person in my life, far from any type of racist, but i am a big white guy so its cool! i suggested maybe he was just lazy and incompetent among other things before suggesting he eff off.
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i sort of stopped bothering with big concert venues, although i think i would make an exception for a few names, Morrissey included!

My general pet peeve is being a gentleman of certain size and stature, around 6'2 , 240ish lbs, i am often thought of to be some kind of "bro-dude" or goon which couldnt be further from my personality. as a hobby, i do some metal shaping, work on antique cars and have a few bay garage behind a car club that i spend some time puttering away in. i had gotten word that a club member was looking for me to do some sheet metal work on his muscle car and i wandered over to their cookout they were having Saturday, was offered an array of meats which i politely declined and was received with a "alright Nancy" by the guy doing the grilling. my friend Tom just happened to walk up and introduced me to the griller as the person who he (griller) was looking for to do his restoration work...i informed him, i wasnt interested.

different story, same big goonish looking white guy instance; i work in a laboratory within a manufacturing plant, i was walking past a door and opened it for a delivery guy, who said something to the effect of he was working to hard was being treated like "a white n word ". i had never met the person in my life, far from any type of racist, but i am a big white guy so its cool! i suggested maybe he was just lazy and incompetent among other things before suggesting he eff off.
Ah, that sounds like a pain. I probably don't get much of that, I don't really have that look- not a big guy, and with quite Morrissey-esque hair People making assumptions about you and including you in their prejudices and what not must be very annoying.
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Ugh, that is the worst! The sound it makes.... *shudder*
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Being sick all the time, not being able to finish anything, I want to quit my voluntary job, but I'd lose a lot of my social life and I would stay at home all the time. I don't know what to do with my life and I'm confused
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I woke up too early this morning. Being Sunday, I wanted to get at least a little rest before spending the day running errands, but I woke up around 4 AM and wasn't able to fall back asleep. Since I went to bed relatively early last night (10 PM), I got nearly a full night's sleep, but I have a busy day planned, so I would have preferred another 2 hours sleep, so I won't crash by mid-afternoon and need a nap.

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What the chewing with the mouth open or Diesel blowing up?

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I was in a store the other day that was playing christmas music already. I pretty much ran screaming toward the exit and left without buying what I had come for. Maybe we should give up and just have christmas 365 days a year. I'm sure that would please our corporate overlords.
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Or as it's called in the animal kingdom, "slaughter-mas".

The longer I live, the more irrelevant it seems in my life.

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My biggest pet peeve at the moment- Cool weather is back, and so is my least-favorite of all fashion trends- leggings! In and of themselves, I have nothing against leggings and wear them myself to keep my legs warm and be able to wear skirts and dresses in cool weather. HOWEVER... (IMO) They are kind of like a bra or underwear, only for your legs. And if you *insist* upon wearing them sans an appropriate bottom garment, please make sure they aren't so sheer as to show off your undies and/or the fact you are not wearing any. I already hate going out for numerous reasons, but some days I really have a strong urge to do my shopping with a blindfold on><
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