Do you enjoy your job?

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kittenkat    pirate
11/01/2013 at 06:27

Given that (if you work full time) you spend a large percentage of your life there, how do you feel about it?

Oh and happy Friday!

11/01/2013 at 06:28

Of course, I love my job, or I wouldn't do it, and my Friday finishes at lunch

kittenkat    pirate
11/01/2013 at 06:37
EKGO wrote (see)

Of course, I love my job, or I wouldn't do it, and my Friday finishes at lunch

You jammy Friday lunchtime finisher! (Actually I've got enough flexi to wipe my arse with so I might finish early).

11/01/2013 at 06:43

Ok you're on pub lunch Friday, Its great, I'm actually thinking about the weekend when I finish on Wednesday, these days

kittenkat    pirate
11/01/2013 at 06:48

I can't finish that early! BUT, I got a M&S voucher from my tri club and I'm going to spend it all on food this afternoon on my way home.

11/01/2013 at 07:28

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.

11/01/2013 at 07:31
I really enjoy my job, it's the average 15 hours + a week commute that I dont enjoy.
11/01/2013 at 07:44

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. 

 

 

11/01/2013 at 07:57

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 :P
Cant really complain. 

11/01/2013 at 07:58

No.

11/01/2013 at 08:04
Running Kev wrote (see)
I really enjoy my job, it's the average 15 hours + a week commute that I dont enjoy.

My commute isn't pretty. If there's no traffic I can do it in half an hour, add traffic and it can take it to 1hr 20. This is why I get into work really early, I've been here for a while already.

Nurse Ratched    pirate
11/01/2013 at 08:08

I love my job

11/01/2013 at 08:14
fros t. the mouse wrote (see)

No.


Dare I ask why not? You don't have to answer that of course.

11/01/2013 at 09:24

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.  

K80
11/01/2013 at 09:36

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

gingerfurball    pirate
11/01/2013 at 09:36

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

11/01/2013 at 09:39

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'!

11/01/2013 at 11:15

Hmmm No. 

11/01/2013 at 11:25

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.

11/01/2013 at 13:49

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

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