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When I try to make new friends.
i think the greatest part about this is that it doesn’t matter which chameleon you were referring to they’re both equally accurate
But when you do make friends it’s like
literally nothing feels better than being loved by someone who hates everyone
seriously, $15/hour is barely a fucking living wage, especially if you live in a major metropolitan area. I can’t even believe that the idea of $15 a fucking hour for physical labor scandalizes some people.
I’ve worked a lot of food jobs, but large restaurant jobs are the fucking worst. I used to work as a dishwasher at Outback Steakhouse. on your feet for 10 hours at a time, scalded constantly by hot water, leaving at 3 in the morning. no lunch break, because the reasoning went that “well, you can eat while you work, so you don’t need to sit down or take a break. besides, you get to smoke a cigarette while you’re taking out that mountain of trash at the end of the night. QUIT YER WHINING.” the wage? $7/hour. after an eight-hour shift, you have enough for a tank of gas to get to work and do it all again.
if you think food service doesn’t deserve a living wage, I want to shit in your heart.
If you think food service doesn’t deserve a living wage, you already have shit in your heart.
Is it legal for a prospective employer to ask you what medications you’re on?
this is so important that i’m reblogging it. NO. NO IT IS NOT. read more.
Very important! All my chronic condition people take note.
Employers cannot ask ANY health status information before extending a job offer. They can’t specify it in the job description (only required physical abilities as pertains to essential functions of the job, like “can lift X pounds” for a warehouse kind of job or something), they can’t ask or try to get you to talk about it in your interview. They can only ask about conditions that would affect what accommodations you’d need in the workplace, and they can only do that AFTER making an official offer of employment and you officially accepting. At which point, if they find out what you need and then retract their offer, you have grounds for an EEO discrimination complaint. At no point EVER should your meds be relevant to the conversation unless you’re accepting a position that requires you to operate heavy machinery or vehicles and the medication you take makes that unsafe, because then it’s a legit safety concern both for you and anyone you’d be working with.
/newbie HR person who’s getting way too into this stuff lately
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