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By Mrmz07 / Sunday 1 May 2016 09:32 / United States - Midland
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By  tomvertigo  |  17

Rough! I used to work a weird rotation at my last job and had to drive in on my day off to drop off paperwork (I did pest control at a resort) or I wouldn't get paid for that day because of how commission worked there. Then I'd get called all day asking questions about different units and such. It was my only day off a week! I learned to tell em my time is mine. I got a spare key to my boss' truck and left the paperwork in there at the office on my way home. Tl;dr... I feel your pain, tell them to eat a dick. You work and the two bumming each other!

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  tomvertigo  |  17

#16 - I didn't get paid for my day off. If I didn't bring the prior days work in on my day off I would not get paid for it on time as the office was closed and all the managers were off duty that day.

By  OneOnJuanAction  |  22

You shouldn't have been the one to call in, even if it seemed suspicious. If your boss thinks that you and your co-worker are getting busy, tell him what you know, and have the co-worker tell your boss also.

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  tomvertigo  |  17

#10. The poster here had the day off already as a scheduled day off. The others called out which made OPs work react by calling them in to fill the gap in staffing.

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