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By Late - / Saturday 12 November 2016 07:45 /
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By  soullyfe  |  29

5 minutes before work time, you're late. 15 minutes before work time, you're early. You OBVIOUSLY need to come in 10 minutes before work time to be right on time. Logic and all. But seriously, if your boss is like that, I'd just start job searching now.

By  mermaidkeels  |  25

Sounds like he doesn't know at what time you're suppose to go in...might want to double check with him before he (wrongfully) fires you. It'd be even better if you can get it in writing/email so you have proof.

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By  mermaidkeels  |  25

Sounds like he doesn't know at what time you're suppose to go in...might want to double check with him before he (wrongfully) fires you. It'd be even better if you can get it in writing/email so you have proof.

By  Shay_Shay97  |  23

Wait, so let me get this straight. Your boss got mad at you for showing up EARLY? There are things that people do that honestly just defy logic, and thus is s perfect example of that. Just... wow.

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  tounces7  |  15

Nah he's just a dick looking for an excuse to fire OP, probably has to follow company regulations regarding termination, so he's just making shit up to comply with them.

By  soullyfe  |  29

5 minutes before work time, you're late. 15 minutes before work time, you're early. You OBVIOUSLY need to come in 10 minutes before work time to be right on time. Logic and all. But seriously, if your boss is like that, I'd just start job searching now.

By  GhostFox  |  33

Sounds like he's got a grudge honestly- start job searching now, and if he has one, talk to his superior about him harassing you on the time you get to work, and giving you a warning for being late on a day you were early. Maybe even talk to your coworkers on the quiet and see if he harasses other workers, and if he does, you an your coworkers can coordinate to present all the grievances to his superior at once so there's evidence of a pattern. Also, look into unemployment and see how it works where you live- and go ahead and get as much of the paperwork done as possible while you are still employed. The sooner you can submit it, the less you'll have to dip into any money you've saved up.

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