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A Second Chance at Work

A Second Chance at Work

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A Second Chance at Work

Länge:
42 Seiten
44 Minuten
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Freigegeben:
Feb 20, 2020
ISBN:
9781393249924
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

When the boss threatens to fire her, she resigns and walks out, with the boss screaming at her. A man follows her and she whips around with her mace in her hand ...

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Feb 20, 2020
ISBN:
9781393249924
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

I write under the pen name of Crystal Tarling. I had an amazing childhood where we were encouraged to be ourselves and use our imagination which has stood me in good stead in my life.


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The office was quiet and dark when I left.  No one was still there.  I locked the door behind me and walked to my car. I unlocked the car and threw my laptop bag on the front seat. I started the car and drove out of the parking garage. The boom lifted and I drove into the traffic. A car honked at me and I nearly gave him the finger. Why are people so selfish that they cannot wait one second to give you a gap? I accelerated and turned off at the next robot. I decided to stop at the pub on my way home and see Julie. Parking as close to the door as I could, I locked the car and went in with my laptop and handbag.

Julie waved from the bar and signalled me to take the seat in the alcove at the end.  I sidled in and she came over with my drink. Gosh, I need this tonight. Thanks. I took a deep drink and sighed.

That bad, hey? Julie sat with me and sipped her gin and tonic. What has he done now?

Actually it is not him this time but her. How the hell she was made office manager I do not know, unless it was on her back and I do not know who would have taken her to bed. She is such an acid bitch that the guy would need a suit of armour. I ranted, needing to vent. And that is putting it mildly. She does not even know how the computer works but she wants to tell me how to do my job. I have been doing the designs for five years and she has been there 4 months. Ugh. She is definitely not doing my blood pressure any good. I hope the new bosses see her for what she is. What are we going to do this weekend?

Let’s go to a spa. You look like you need it and I would love to be pampered. My treat. Come on. Julie said. I nodded and she grabbed her phone and booked a full day for Saturday. We ordered food and chatted about her life with her son and his friends. Glen was 12 and was giving her uphill. He was mixing in the wrong company and she was struggling to get him right. I am thinking of boarding school for next year. I think it will do him good.

Can Matthew not help you with him?  Maybe give him a talking to? I liked her brother and he was a policeman and Glen liked him.

I can ask him to try. Maybe it will help. Julie sighed.

I paid the tab and drove home. The next morning was Friday and Arabella was on form, demanding work that day which was only due the next week. I told her that it was scheduled for the following week and I would get to it then. She shrieked at me that I must do as I am told and must finish the work that day. OK, then let me phone Mr Maxwell to inform him that his work will only be ready next week as you have rescheduled the current workload and I cannot complete his work and yours. I picked up the phone to dial and she jumped forward and slammed the phone down.

You cannot tell him that. He needs his work too.  You’ll just have to work overtime. she started out the door.

I have already clocked my maximum overtime and will therefore be clocking double time. I informed her.

"You will not.

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