Posted by Mr. Quimby on Wednesday, January 2, 2008
I got an email today from one of the department chairs. She sent it to my immediate supervisor and cc'd a whole bunch of important people, like her dean, my director, and even the college provost. It was a thank you for my help during finals week dealing with a conflict (two exams scheduled in the same room).
I feel kind of funny about it. I mean, that's my job. And there's a part of me that kind of feels like I should have caught the conflict before it was discovered five minutes before the exam was scheduled. But I guess I'm not going to argue with her about it.
And I just got a follow up email from the provost thanking me for my work.
Thursday, January 3, 2008 @12:32:42 AM
Way to go Jennifer. The difference is that you got the problem fixed. A lot of people, even if it is their job, don't seem to be able to do that. I got thanked a lot for doing what I thought was my job while I was still working. I couldn't understand that. Then I became a first level manager and found out how many people didn't even do their jobs, much less do them well.
Good work. Keep it up.
Thursday, January 3, 2008 @7:08:47 AM
Congrats on that one Jennifer, it always helps when people recognize you for doing a good job!
Larry Hanshaw Says:
Wednesday, January 9, 2008 @4:08:39 PM
Good for you! It's nice to be recognized even if it's for something we're "supposed" to do. I think if others would spend a little more time recognizing a job well done by someone else and commenting on it, there would be a lot more people content and happy with what they do. Keep up the good work!
Tuesday, January 29, 2008 @3:45:54 PM
We work for the money, but the atta boy's the icing on the cake. It feels good too.
mike gregory Says:
Wednesday, February 13, 2008 @11:14:02 PM
Enjoy the praise, even if undeserved.
You'll sure as shipments be given some blame you don't deserve, and this might help balance it.
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