Happy Tennant Tuesday! - David Tennant’s Puffy Coat - 19 February 2013
David Tennant | Top Gear [x]
It’s a slow burn but it’s the most natural way to toast.
my coworker is currently on the phone gathering info for a guest article for a client on LED vs. traditional lights for growing weed.
this is too surreal.
David Tennant in Minor Character.
Really the whole thing with him in white t-shirts is just too much to handle.
Happy Tennant Tuesday!!!♥♥♥
David Tennant + The Proclaimers
President Barack Obama on Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis.
Photo by Chrisha Anderson
David has been called a happy breed of man
Thanks!! I actually do feel light and free in a way I haven’t felt in months and months, even though it’s pretty clear I’m also mentally and physically exhausted in ways I really wasn’t fully aware of until very recently. Four more days!
But this is also as good a time as any to share another Things That Are Desperately Fucked Up At This Workplace/Job story, so here’s one that just happened!
My boss is beyond in love with this ridiculous profit sharing plan she has set up that you can enter into after you’ve worked here for a year. She talks it up all the time, saying how the VP she pushed out at the end of last summer left here with $80,000 from the profit sharing plan (note: she worked here for 15 years) as if that’s something fucking special — most people who work somewhere as a VP for 15 years get paid a goddamn minimum of $80k a year, so I don’t know if I’d be that proud of that, Crazy Woman. The profit sharing plan is basically a way for her to get away with paying insanely low salaries (like, just absurdly, hilariously low) while still bitching about having to spend all this money constantly. In short, she’s the worst.
So my former coworker, who had her last day on Friday, worked here for 12 full months before she left and has been asking for her share of the profit sharing plan, which we’re supposed entered into automatically after 1 year (another fun fact: in the onboarding docs for the job, you’re told that “if the profits are there” they get contributed to this sharing plan. So incredibly dishonest!). it’s only a couple hundred dollars but a couple hundred dollars is nothing to turn your nose up at (every dollar counts) and she’s entitled to it. So she’s been emailing the boss’s daughter/the new VP HAHAHAHAHAHAHA about getting her profit sharing money.
This prompted Entitled Daughter to make the following announcement: To enter into the profit sharing plan, you must work here for a full calendar year, as defined by: January through December. So former coworker, who started in February and worked until March of the following year, does not qualify, even though she has been here more than 12 months/1 year.
It’s so dishonest and likely illegal that it just blows my mind. Who do you think are the right people to file a complaint with about them after this? I’m pretty sure this business is going to close on its own, but I’m also happy to help the process along.