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What was the most bone-headed thing you did at work that you thought you'd be fired for doing?
I bitch slapped my coworker Pascal in an alleyway behind our dealership for screwing with my appointments.Working in a male dominated industry in the 2000’s is challenging enough for a petite/feminine woman to hold her own.I had to work twice as hard and three times smarter than my male counterparts. Nevertheless, I busted my ass without complaint day after day.A certain knucklehead (the aforementioned Pascal) used to type fake conditions on Line B or Line C of my repair orders prior to clients coming in to see me.Being service consultants (service writers) for a luxury brand dealer we get our share of picky clientele and as our vehicles were renowned for their quiet interiors we’d get a lot of requests to look into noise issues inside of the cabin.Pascal thought he was being very clever to write in conditions on my appointments like, “Rattle or some such horrible noise client reports.”This would lead me to ask my client when did this sound occur, at what speed(s), was it when the vehicle was hot or cold?At this point of my incredibly busy morning, where I had calls on hold and clients waiting for me in the service drive this was the second time a client looked at me like I had lost my damn mind.She took a long pause and said, “Marissa I made my appointment to see you for my 30K service and to pick up the loaner car you’ve reserved for me when we spoke last week.”I apologized for my mistake and finished up her repair order. I then escorted her to the cashier where we do the in house rental paperwork. That’s when I spy my jokester coworker laughing his ass off at the far end of the service drive.I get back to my shared office and began to look at my other appointments that morning. Sure enough most of them had been altered with line conditions added on - each more ridiculous than the previous, like “There is a ticking sound I hear under the hood and at times it frightens me, client reports.”We worked 11–12 hour days, I rarely took a lunch break. I had zero time for bullshit and no patience for stupid bullshit.My customer satisfaction rating was at 100% for thirteen months straight. It’s practically unheard of in the industry and next to impossible to maintain.As a single mom, I needed every cent that I got paid extra for this hard earned distinction. Bozo boy had worked my very last nerve.I was so angry that I marched into our Manager’s office and told him that Pascal had been screwing with my appointments in the computer, making me look & sound like an utter fool, and could I please have his permission - nay, may I please have his blessing to smack Paskie upside his head?In 3 years and working for him at 2 dealerships, (hired by him twice) boss man had never ever seen me lose my temper before and was smiling broadly because of this rare display.My boss told me I not only had his blessing and permission, but by all means go ahead and smack Paskie upside the head for offending me as I would be doing everyone a huge favor.Armed with what I needed, I stalked him down in the alley close by, but off property and out of sight. He saw without a shadow of a doubt that I was freaking infuriated.Before he could mutter any indignant excuses, I smacked him with my open palm on the right side of his head and neck. It was so loud that the sound traveled from the alley to the parts dept and to our Manager’s open office.After I had his complete attention, I looked him in the eye and hissed that in the future he desist from fucking with me, my appointments, and my clients.I remember feeling so much better and lighter having spent my anger and for once not having to repress my emotions. I practically skipped back to our office.All activity ceased once he reappeared back on the drive and I could tell he felt embarrassed as one of our fellow writers commented for all to hear that Paskie clearly was the loser in this battle.He came thundering at me screaming that he hopes I was happy, because after he tells Cramer what I’ve done, he’ll have me fired.His little speech did not have the desired effect he was looking for, which was probably lots of tears and abject apologies. Ha!Instead, I simply narrowed my eyes and smiled while stating that I didn't believe that was going to happen.Then I dropped my bomb. I had gotten not only Cramer’s permission to do what I did, but he had also given me his blessing to smack the crap out of him.He wasn’t buying a single word of it. He grabbed my arm and abruptly walked us to our Manager.Cramer is looking only at me and asked incredulously if the loud sound he heard earlier ringing from the alley was from me. I stood there grinning as I nodded affirmatively.That’s when he fully sees Pascal and the large red handprint upside his head. To give him credit he pulled his amazed amusement quickly under wraps while Paskie yells at him to fire me on the spot.Cramer sighs and tells him that while he’s sorry, he isn’t able to fire me. Paskie is sputtering and turning a deep red purplish color after he spits out why?That’s when our boss calmly tells him that I had asked for his permission to smack him beforehand and that everything I had told him was the absolute truth.He did say that he had no idea that I was actually serious.He was then scolded for his behavior. If he had just quit his sabotage and wasn’t constantly trying to provoke the rest of our staff with his stupid pranks he wouldn’t be in his current irate state.Pascal wore my palm print on him for the rest of the day which he spent either sulking or whining.I got a couple high fives from guys who wished they could’ve seen it.Edit: I am not in any way, shape or form condoning violence in any setting. Look at Jenna’s wording of her question and note the word “bone-headed”. This was also 20 years ago so take a chill pill people.
What's the most pointless thing a car mechanic suggested you to fix?
A friend dropped off his truck because it wasn't running ('moving' he said) properly then spoke to his brother. Right after that conversation, the shop called with a ruse that they ran the codes and it showed a sensor was ALSO bad. He told them he would call right back as he was on another call. He hung up and called his brother who was just going on lunch. His brother, a mechanic, picked him up and they went to the shop. While at the shop the con continued. The issue was, his brother saw thru it. He asked what the code(s) were. They gladly told him. He went on line on his phone (gotta love smart phones) and found the code and possible causes. When he confirmed to them that they were correct, they were glowing, he then told them to NOT do the transmission, just the sensor! That set them off. They said that the bad transmission damaged the sensor and would again so they wouldn't do it. It was at this point the brother told them he wanted the keys, they were leaving. They tried to charge him for running the codes and diagnosing the issue! When the brother asked to see the repair order (which wasn't even written for the transmission yet) they said they had to find it. While waiting, they saw the counter guy feverously typing then walk over to a printer to get the order. When he presented it, it stated cancelled repairs carried a one hour minimum charge! He spotted the keys on a hook and retrieved them when they went to get the mechanic that was 'working' on the truck. When he came out, they thanked him for his troubles and walked out. After driving off they were stopped by an officer who told him that the shop claimed the truck was stolen AND that they skipped out on paying a bill. He agreed to follow them back to the shop. Once there, all but the one counter guy were gone! It didn't take long for the cop to see the fraud they tried to pull when the second bill was printed (he had the original in his pocket). When caught, he blamed it on the now missing mechanic and stated 'no charge'. As it turned out, the sensor was not bad but disconnected. As far as 'no charge' goes, well, not so fast, there actually WERE charges, not for repairs but FRAUDULENT BUSINESS PRACTICES, levied by the state. That shop was soon empty and for rent for many months! The state had many complaints against that shop but this case got it to be charged.
What’s the most questionable cost-cutting move you’ve seen an employer make?
At a boyfriend’s former company, they brought in a guy with an MBA, and no work experience to be the Vice President of an international company. He had one internship, but no real work, as his parents paid for everything.After being on the job three months, he started firing all the regional and branch managers, that had been in the industry up to fifty years. They presented him with studies, facts, and actual examples in the company where the VP ideas would not work in their setting. You can’t automate handmade items, and services. Duh.Then, the VP started closing the most profitable branches, and cancelling contracts that brought in huge profits of almost a million dollars a year, for two employees to spend half a day with the customer. He called it too labor intensive, and not in his vision. The VP wanted more cold calls, and single unit sales, versus fleets. But, the fleets buy service contracts, and that’s how they made the company money.He quit allowing branches to have more than $100 in inventory. One repair order was usually over $2,500, so $100 in parts was squat. Then, the customers were mad, having downtime on the products. All inventory was returned, so shipping and restocking fees were incurred, when the items were ordered weekly, if not daily. The branches had to then reorder the parts for specific jobs. Before, parts were ordered at $75,000 a week or more. So, $100 didn’t even cover a new battery.Then, the VP started falling behind on the lines of credit with suppliers, and they were shut down. Without the managers employed, rallying the sales, and the big contracts cancelled, nothing was being sold. So, the VP started firing the owner’s children, and anybody who made an income higher than his. Sales reps went from 25–100 customers, dependent upon their territory size, to almost 1,000 per sales person. You can’t call on 1,000 clients every week, and provide the personal, hands on service the company was founded on.The owner found out his kids had been fired through the president of a major corporation his company bought from. The corporation awarded the company my ex worked for the exclusive rights to the East Coast. So, to close branches, and not have any operations in several states when they were the exclusive supplier? Yep, that supplier president was irate with the VP, as the kids were hard workers, and he had declared he would no longer deal with the VP. The company president was in his 80’s, so to find out his kids were fired was an eye opener.Sadly though, it was too late. With no inventory, customers fleeing faster than a wildfire, all the people with experience gone, no more lines of credit, defaulting on loans, and a boost to his own salary, the VP ruined a company that had been around 85? years, or more. Plus, the VP had no class. So, when he publicly fired my boyfriend at the time, my boyfriend took all his salesmen, techs, service workers, and such with him to another branch. The employees knew the VP lied over and over about tools and inventory, as well as how many items each branch sold. If one item fits on a truck, and you get a hundred trucks a week to sign for, all with new products, the branch sales cannot be five units a week. Doctoring reports, taxes, and other figures was the beginning of the problems for the VP, as each branch had their own records to prove otherwise.So, sure you can fire your veteran employees that do the majority of the work, but, you’ll lose their customer base, as the cheaper replacements need more training and experience in the field to sell these items. Plus, customers like reliability and the relationships they build with the salesmen, and having someone new every visit that doesn’t actually visit every week as they should- the most loyal will leave. And, not having a branch in the entire state you’re the exclusive dealer for? Yes, the supplier will notice, and pull your contracts, and rights to their line. But, cancelling the biggest money making contracts because they take two people every 6–8 weeks for service was a huge mistake. Sure, cutting costs looked good on paper, but theory and reality aren’t always compatible.I guess the VP knew he was in over his head, and hoped since those with experience were gone, nobody would notice.