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Jan 15, 2013
Why would anyone ever try to get feedback from Wally on any work-related things? He must be new to the company.
Jan 21, 2010
After 25 years, I'm back to doing time cards. We now worry about things that boggle the mind. Is the time spent documenting your time inclusive or Is it really "General Administration" time. I now spend 20% of my time documenting my time. To make sure I'm under budget, we hired Project Managers to monitor the time spent for each project. The time they spent monitoring my time is now blamed against the project. Now its not about customer satisfaction, its about budget. When we are under budget, my manager is a super star. If its over budget its the engineers fault and I get slaughtered on my review.
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Dec 14, 2009
@ dexter_greycells: I hear that, I am the application support at my company and everyone comes to me for everything from printers to "My computer won't turn on", damn i wish we used project codes and charged time.
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Dec 14, 2009
Love this, Sent it to my coworkers. Everyone seems focused on Wally, but if you have worked at all on the Accounting side of the house, you know how true this is. Nobody keeps track of their project codes, and if they do, they don't want you charging to it.
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Dec 13, 2009
This is just what I used to do. You really had to though. One minute turned into at least a couple of hours too many times. Then the boss wants to know what you've been doing all week or why you're charging so much time to other projects and nothing is getting done. I'm with you Wally!
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