Of course, I love my job, or I wouldn't do it, and my Friday finishes at lunch
Ok you're on pub lunch Friday, Its great, I'm actually thinking about the weekend when I finish on Wednesday, these days
It like my job, close to home, pays well and the folk are nice (can blokes use the word "Nice"?)
Finish early on a Friday so 7 hours time i am out of here.
Self employed, keeping gardens tidy for old ladies. What could be better?
100% control of everything to do with it. Total choice.
Its not a job, its a working holiday.
also self employed, have some nice contracts with TV channels too so lots of perks.I get the odd annoying client (read: most) but they are annoying me whilst i work sat at home, feet up, coffee in hand watching (this week at least) Auf wiedersehen pet on tv :PCant really complain.
I love my job
Mostly it's perfectly OK, and I really don't mind it, but wouldn't go as far as to say I enjoy it.
Occasionally I do. Sometimes I do IT training, and I do get a buzz from people saying things like "I didn't know you could do THAT - that's going to make my life so much easier". I love the "Oh!..." moments
I do like the relaxed atmosphere, easy-going boss and great colleagues too. I have a cushy job, really.
Love my job but am about to go in and see our HR manager to ask to go on the redeployment list
It's far too stressful and I don't get any support
We're self employed - and my part of the job is really, really boring!! I'm on my own a lot and have to fill in my own time a lot...but I do get to surf the interweb as much as I want and watch "tv" and read - but it takes a lot of effort to go out of my head with bordom - my chair does go WHHHHEEEEEE though so that's not so bad
its not like i wake up in the morning and really look forward to going to work (i mean if i could give up work i would), but honestly ive worked in a lot worse places, and the bosses are the nicest ive worked for, so all in all i will be very british and say 'musn't grumble'!
I enjoy my work and the company of my colleagues but am increasingly disenchanted with a management that instead of supporting us is actively interfering and hindering.
Give it another year or two and I would happily take the redundy payout and leave.
I have a lot of flexibility with my job and can basically dictate to my boss what I want to do. But the systems they work to are awful and they cause a lot of problems. It makes the job challenging and interesting when it is in balance, but very frustrating the rest of the time
i like because i start early, finish early and i have a low level of responsibility.
i don't like it because it has no future.
Don't actively love it but it's pretty cushy for the pay. I can organise my own work as I wish and don't have responsibility for anyone else but myself.
Don't hate it, don't love it. If I was financially wealthy enough not to have to do it I wouldn't.
I'm lucky enough to have been in the same job for the last 8 years, it's progressed in that time as the company has grown.
I do enjoy it, I don't love and their are times when I don't enjoy it but overall it's a good job and I'm lucky to have it.
I do admit being legally allowed to use a cattle prod would improve things considerably, well for me anyway.
Yes Even when it gets ultra busy and stressful, it's a good kind of stress.
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