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Progress at LN

I've not talked about working for LN much since I first started. Needless to say most of the teething problems with my kit got sorted out eventually (although I do need to speak to someone about my wages when I find the time).

I am moving up! I have started doing the next level which is Site Visiting (i.e. checking that cleaners have enough stock, the right equpiment, doing the right hours and not missing anything or getting anything wrong).

And I had an interview with the boss yesterday for the operations managers job. I'm not suited to the job it seems, but I was recommended to apply by the other ladies in the office, and the up come of the interview is that I will be working with the boss for a few shifts next week. He seemed impressed with me and is looking to find a position that I will be useful in. So even if I don't get the OM job I might still get something good / intresting as a result.

I do like the idea of working in an office again, and I enjoy being 'on site' at places like the Marina where I am out in the sun shine (and the rain too, but it's still 'out') and meeting people. Plus I'd be an idiot to say that an increase in wage would be turned down!

It'll be very intesting to see what happens. I just hope I don't make a total fool of myself next week, and still manage to get everything else done too, as I will still be cleaning (10hr 15min) and site visiting (c 5hr 30min if I do it all in one go and the traffic's not too bad, more if it is or I have to split it up over a few days) as well as what ever the boss has in mind! I think I have some long hours ahead of me, and a real challenge for a change!

Wish me luck!

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Rainypete said…
Right then.....good luck!

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