Interestingly I've never felt the job satisfaction as a manager that I did in my early days on the tools. Fair fucks to you sid.Turned my back on management in August 2016 when working as Production Manager for an Engineering Company.Micro managing bosses get right on my tits.
Im a project manager and I know my fucking job. I've been through 3 different government departments successfully managing projects and have 15 years private sector experience too and now I have this fucking moron bimbo cùnt bitch trying to micro manage me and my entire project team.
She is singlehandedly demotivating what was a great team of people. And she doesn't even have a decent pair of tits.
Was pissed off with directors who had employed me to implement Lean manufacturing, blocking it at every opportunity!
Working 70 hours a week for a salary, listening to same directors and accountants moaning about output, whilst they flew business class to America, when they hadn’t paid their suppliers for months, resulting in the company’s accounts being suspended!
I now have no professional ambition whatsoever!
“back on the tools”, I have no responsibility other than turn up on time, do your job and don’t act the bollocks!
Can honestly say I’ve been more content this last 3 years than I was the previous 15-20.
Financially I can't afford not to have this job so added to dealing with this fucking brain dead cùnt whore bimbo there is this all pervading feeling of being trapped. I have a 14 year old and a 15 year old that will be going to college in a few years and in good old rip off Oireland that is going to cost the fucking Earth.
You have my sympathy as my two are both at uni at the moment. My eldest delayed going for a couple of years and then decided to go at the same time as the younger one! The student loans cover most of the costs but there is still plenty of demand on the bank of mum and dad to cough up. Their final year starts in September and so far I haven't had to file for bankruptcy so I think I'm going to make it through in one piece. Be glad when it's all over.