Forums > Off-Topic Discussion > SF2: Ess Effin Two > Yay! My boyfriend got a job today!

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Tegan Lynn

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Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Well... technically he's had a job for the past three months... he's just been working as a temp though. Today his hours with the temp agency were up, and the company hired him on full-time! It's going to be a huge weight off our backs to not have to worry if he'll be getting hours or not. He also got a raise and we get benefits in a few months! Lol, I never thought I'd be excited to go to the dentist before.

Nov 06 12 07:08 am Link

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Kelli

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Congrats!

Nov 06 12 07:14 am Link

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Tegan Lynn

Posts: 993

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Kelli wrote:
Congrats!

Thanks! I'm really happy for him. He's had a string of bad job situations and bosses the past year, and he actually likes working for this company, so I'm glad they hired him.

Nov 06 12 07:17 am Link

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Kelli

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Tegan Lynn wrote:

Thanks! I'm really happy for him. He's had a string of bad job situations and bosses the past year, and he actually likes working for this company, so I'm glad they hired him.

It's great timing, since many people struggle during Christmas time.

And having benefits is such a blessing. I don't know where I'd be without that. smile

Nov 06 12 07:19 am Link

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Tegan Lynn

Posts: 993

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Kelli wrote:

It's great timing, since many people struggle during Christmas time.

And having benefits is such a blessing. I don't know where I'd be without that. smile

Definitely good timing, and especially since work tends to slow down for this company (They polish concrete floors) in the winter, we were a bit stressed about it.

Benefits are indeed a blessing. I wouldn't be able to afford to live without them, some of my prescriptions are so retardedly expensive. I'm currently covered under this minimal government plan, but it's complete shit, only covers some prescriptions but not others.

Nov 06 12 07:27 am Link

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Kelli

Posts: 24344

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Tegan Lynn wrote:

Definitely good timing, and especially since work tends to slow down for this company (They polish concrete floors) in the winter, we were a bit stressed about it.

Benefits are indeed a blessing. I wouldn't be able to afford to live without them, some of my prescriptions are so retardedly expensive. I'm currently covered under this minimal government plan, but it's complete shit, only covers some prescriptions but not others.

Sounds typical. sad

Well that's great news - u should celebrate!

Nov 06 12 07:29 am Link

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Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

That is really good news!

Nov 06 12 08:04 am Link