Kristen (xx_socold_xx) wrote in thequestionclub,
Kristen
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Lets say you are a manager at a store. You are calculating the hours/payroll stuff and realize that you have everyone scheduled for more hours than you need, so you cut most everyone's hours back, anywhere from an hour to 3 hours. Would you call or text (if it's not too professional of a setting) all your employees to let them know? 

Today, I got to work 45 minutes early and I was a little peeved. We all have the same schedule every week, same hours/shifts/days. Nothing changes. However, apparently yesterday the manager did exactly what I typed above and didn't bother to let me know. I didn't work yesterday, and the store is a 25 minute drive from me (not to mention, we all know our schedules so there's no reason to come in and look?) so I was not informed of this schedule change. Do I have a right to be a little frustrated? I know it wasn't that big of a change, but I figured it's only professional to let people know when you change their work hours..

Will you justify me, TQC? Or tell me I'm being dumb, whichever.
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