We are a non-ferrous metal and rubber processing company.and since established in 1983,have served the automobile industry for 26yesrs.our main products include:Pulley,bracket,control arm;suspension and inner trims both car and truck.And by our stable high quality product and in time delivery,we set up a good reputation in this aera.and we will go on to try our best to meet multiple demands from our customers.
Ningbo Tuopu Group
firstname.lastname@example.org 3 years ago
I got a job where I don’t have to deal with the public. It’s been a few months since I quit and I feel so much less angry. 5 years ago
I got a job taking care of an old lady at her house, and another as a housekeeper for a different old lady in a mansion, so I was able to quit the gas station gig. I actually enjoy these jobs. No more customers! And no more headaches from smelling their perfume all day. 5 years ago
It’s a little bit better, since my managers are there with me. When I worked nights I was all by myself and had no one to complain to, and I had to wait on every single asshole that walked through the door. Now that there’s at least one other person there with me, they can ring register sometimes while I do other things.
I still get really anoyed with people that feel the need to shop there 67485767 times a day, and the pathetic losers that hang out on the side of the building and come in every 2 minutes to buy scratch tickets and act like the lottery is exciting. 6 years ago
Of course, I should just give up on this. I hate the customers so much. The other morning this lady demanded sweet n low, and I said all we had was splenda. So she kept on demanding it and asking if we had it so I walked over there, looked at the Splenda, looked at her, and said, ”...Noooo.” She stomped out, stomped back in, asked my name, and stomped back out again.
All she had to do was ask if we had sweet n low. Instead, she immediately went into demanding mode. They act like 4 year olds. First comes the demanding stage, then the whining stage, then the second demanding stage, then the stompy tantrum phase. And then the tattling.
Fuck them, and fuck that job. 7 years ago
I’m ready to quit!
I feel like kind of an asshole because it’s not like I’m the only person the in the world that has to deal with the public, and here I am acting like a martyr. But I’m just not cut out for it. And the more I work there, the mor ebitter I get. I pretty much just stay there because I like my coworkers and flexible hours. 7 years ago
...suggested that I pick a certain percentage of customers and try to make eye contact with them at least twice during the transaction. She said that it’s small but it will get their guard down. Even this is difficult for me because I’m really shy and sometimes I’m in a bad mood and just don’t want to do it but when I do, I think it works. 7 years ago
What’s been bugging me lately are the regulars. I immediately become annoyed when I see someone familiar. I get so sick of seeing the same damn faces, constantly. Another soda? Another pack of cigarettes? Christ! You couldn’t have gotten these things during one of your previous 78 trips here today???? There are so many people who don’t let a single day go by without coming to my work at least twice. It is sickening. 7 years ago
My job is alright, the pay is alright, the hours are alright, and my bosses are cool. What makes me hate going to work is having to deal with customers. I am not a people person, and I get so angry because of all the assholes, annoyances, and completely pathetic customers I have to deal with. It really drags me down and I wish I was able to not take things so personally. 7 years ago