|Back into the brush|
I'm taking a step today that I am slightly unsure about taking. I'm interviewing at a place of former employ. I don't normally like to go back to anywhere I used to work. But circumstances warrant it.
Rarely do I feel that places of employ change. The way you left it is probably the same way you'll find it. No matter what the new position or management or what promises are made, it's extremely highly likely that it's still the same bullshit. Except this time it's magnified because you know it's coming.
So, why am I going to talk to them? I am hoping that because my perspective has changed and because this new position will not involve me being a senior manager and because it will only be part-time, I can learn to detach my feelings, work, and go home. Here's to hoping.
Of course, this all depends on whether or not the manager and I can agree on a schedule. I always find it interesting when managers want you to have an open schedule but cannot guarantee you full-time hours. Isn't that just screwing the employee over? I guess it would not be that bad if the company did not claim to be a place that "values" it's people.
Nonetheless, I am going. At the very least, it will supplement my income. And without getting into specifics, it does have it's perks. Later.
Labels: Change, Employment