the fabric of our culture

by Valli

What the hell does that mean? This is what the CEO of the company I work for just said in our “peer committee” meeting. It’s such BS. I hate corporate crap. That statement means nothing to me. It doesn’t help me do my job better, it doesn’t give me more money, it doesn’t help me reach my goals. Lame. Now I’m on some lame ass committee to determine our company values and crap. Who the hell cares?? They value money. Bottom line. It’s all just a bunch of rhetoric to make it look like we all actually care about what happens to the company. I’m sure there are a lot of people who do care about the company, and want to stay with the company, etc. And those are precisely the people that I can’t relate to because that is so not me.

I love the fact that I’m coming to realize all of these things. I’m glad I’m figuring this all out now instead of at like 50 or something. Hell, even at 30 that’d suck.

Working from home doesn’t work for me in this job. Too much shit comes up that I can’t fix/do from here. So fucking annoying. So now I have to go in, and I was hoping that I wouldn’t have to, but I do and I hate it. Damn work.

And don’t get me started on their idiocy while I was gone. Crap that they could of done for themselves while I was gone, they left for me. Not to mention I’m at work yesterday and this noink from the credit department comes in and tells me that I have to change the way I’ve been doing something for the past year without issue. There’s no way in hell I’m changing it. Ugh!

I wish they would all just leave me alone. Time is of the essence now, in terms of getting out. I feel like I’m drowning there.