Monday, October 8, 2018
I was out at the front desk of the library with one of my colleagues. From out of nowhere, while we were doing pretty much nothing, this person complained that we weren't paid enough. I agreed as a matter of course, but actually I hadn't much thought of it. I tend to focus on how badly we are treated, how disrespected, and how stupidly everything is run. Pay?
Then it occurred to me: I have been here for decades. I am paid a lot more than they are!
They totally deserve a raise!
For myself I'd just like a couple of library cats. Oh, and I have this list of 27 people to be fired or demoted.
We all have our dreams.
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
Labels: co-workers, culture, libraries, rok, short
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