I still haven’t put in my notice at Wal-Mart. I have a new job hours opportunity and I so don’t want to let my supervisor down, and she has been so extremely nice to me. She has a hard time finding people to work my position because of the hours and the pay which are perfect for me. She has also bent over backwards to be accommodating as far as my disability is concerned letting me take lots of breaks everyday as long as the job gets done. Another pro is the job is so easy. It gets hot, but I don’t have to deal with customers only rarely. Kim has also been vehemently begging me to stay at Wal-Mart – enjoying us being able to see each other every day at work.
I am supposed to bring my driver’s license by today at Kroger to start the hiring process. They will also drug test me today. I am thinking of calling the manager and telling him I already have a job that fits me well and that I appreciated his time.
I know I sound so wishy-washy, but it is such an important decision. This decision could change my life drastically in an instant. I am coming to the conclusion that I better stick with what’s familiar and what works – Wal-Mart. I hope you all don’t grow aggravated with me and my waffling. I really, honestly don’t know what to do, but my gut feeling is to stay at Wal-Mart after some contemplation over the past two days.
New Hours at Work…
My supervisor asked me this morning if I would work five to nine in the mornings and we would move Quinton up to nine to five. Five to nine is a busy time as you have to get caught up from the unsupervised overnight hours and it is the busy early morning grocery crowd. The carts really pile up overnight and in the early mornings. She doesn’t come in to work until seven or eight and she felt I could handle this new shift unsupervised putting a lot of trust in me. I grew excited and said yes immediately! I get up at five every morning like clockwork anyway so getting up at four won’t be a problem. We are going to hire someone new to work four hours five to nine in the evenings my supervisor thinks. The overnight hours don’t have a cart person because it can be slow but steady and they usually just let a male associate just bring in some carts if they need them.