Thursday, November 27, 2008

A Slow Working Week



This work week has been crawling terribly slow. It's a long working week. Everything seems so quiet. Bad news have not been announced. Most of the directors, including our MD are away. Some went for vacation. I doubt if vacation is just an excuse to prevent any "hoo hoo haa haa" among the employees?

Coincidently, my major customers in US are enjoying their Thanks Giving holiday for one week. So, I receive very less email each day that required my action. Time is passing too slow, and I'm here keep on yawning. Oh, this kind of feeling is going to kill me. Low motivation, no job and so bored and so sleepy. :(

I keep on surfing net, visiting other's blogs, and now I'm writing my post. I know I'm not suppose to do so. Company pay me to do my work. I know all this! But I really don't have much job mah. Sigh...

10 comments:

Something About Us said...

The weekend is almost here. So look forward to it :)

- Ling

Little Inbox said...

Hi Ling, tomorrow is Friday! Yay!

New Kid on the Blog said...

talking about slow??? next month will see the impact. sigh

Little Inbox said...

:( :( :( Sob Sob.

Liang Mui said...

i can sense it now.. :S
my dept had a brief meeting mentioning tat there'll not b cut-down to headcounts. but then i'm stil afraid lor

Little Inbox said...

Liang Mui, every company is looking for cost saving now. retrenchment la, cut pay la, no bonus la, no increment la, bla bla bla....

Kadus_Mama said...

what your company are doing?? we here are crazy busy with so many incoming projects..

Little Inbox said...

Kadus Mama, I work in factory which produce electronic part. Most of the manufaturing field in Penang are affected.

Wai Wai said...

No doubt, my new company is affected too... thank God hubby and I work in different field but hubby also worries as his project will be completed by end of 2009.

Little Inbox said...

Wai Wai, now hubby and I work in different field too. But whatever I work on, he can handle it too, hehehe...
Hmm, whatever it is, we'll still have to think of an alternative way to survive.