So, 4 weeks ago, I got a call asking if I was interested in working at a paper company, packaging collegiate products for distribution. The guy on the phone seemed like he didn't think I'd bother with coming in for this job, but I was desperate, so I told him I'd be there at 7 the next morning. It's a shit job, but a paying job nonetheless, so I'm happy to have it. I enjoy the actual work part of it, mind-numbing as it is, it keeps me occupied and I do enjoy tedious, monotonous work anyway. What I don't enjoy is the woman who also is my boss in addition to her husband (the one who called). She's a horrible person, at least at work. We (the employees) aren't allowed to talk to each other, there's no garbage can at the break area and we are to take our garbage home to throw away, the bathrooms are disgustingly dirty, and she talks down to us like we are idiots constantly. I find this incredibly odd, considering she makes more mistakes and stupid decisions than any of us. I do not enjoy being around her at ALL. Her husband, on the other hand, is a wonderful boss. He's kind, funny, and a real pleasure to talk to. He tells us we're doing a good job, and he thanks us for everything we do. It is so strange to think that these two people are a married couple, when they are so very different.
This job may or may not last for a while. It was supposed to be a 6-8 week temporary gig, while a huge order for WalMart was filled, but it could turn into something that is more in line with my resume. The husband has mentioned the need for help in his office in regard to organizing and taking some of his boring workload off of his back so he can concentrate on more important things, and asked if I was interested. He knows I am worth more than the usual people they get coming in for work there (and usually they don't even last a whole day after experiencing Cruella). I am hoping for the best, and trying my very hardest to tolerate Cruella as long as it takes to get out of the production room and into the office. I really want this opportunity to do something more within this company than sitting at a table stuffing pencils into a plastic bag.