How not to work overtime?Asked by kartik
The question is simply formulated: “How not to work overtime?”, But here, as they say, two in one.
The first side of the question. What to do if you, as an employee, got into the team, where it is customary to recycle? For example, in Sberbank, an IT employee who leaves earlier than half past seven may be left without a serious premium and fall into disfavor with his superiors. How to deal with such processing? With that, it is simply impossible for a person to quit (any circumstances).
The second side of the question. If you are a middle manager, what should you do to prevent your IT staff from working overtime? The problem again is that in many companies it is customary to pay for overtime work, and there are situations when actively working managers want to have your admin handy.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday - foreign language lessons with a tutor at 18:30 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday - classes in the gym at 19:00, but you still need to go home, drink a cocktail.
Bring your schedule to the attention of the authorities - they will like it, and the first week at 6:01 pm get up from the table with the words - “Oh, yes! Today,% day_of_the_week%, you need not be late in% destination%. "
And then you have to decide whether to attend these classes or go to rest.
Well, if you are looking for a simple and effective way out, then, as they have already said, leave. - michelle juergen
But everyone is guilty: both managers and managers (in the American sense of the word) and the workers themselves.
First of all it concerns the employee:
- talk to superiors (refuse overtime or get a bonus),
- think about another job,
- talk to the rest of the employees,
- try to optimize or automate your work,
- try to find something good in overtime work (ala to accept, only better, because not to suffer)
As for me, people should work a maximum of 5-6 hours. Blockquote> The most interesting thing is that people can’t work for more than 5-6 hours a day for a long time (for example, more than a month), especially if the work is related with mental activity. However, the idiotic tradition of an 8-hour working day leads to the fact that people at the workplace begin to do anything (stick in chat rooms, forums and social networks, check email, read news, discuss news with colleagues), but not the work itself. . As a result, the absolute majority of employees, including those who stay overtime, actually work on the strength of 3-4 hours per day. - huong do
that we have very little good management - renee ann giggie
and what to do, get up and leave, not paying attention to reproachful views eventually get used to! - laura graves
And if constantly - it is not his fault. IMHO.
But, unfortunately, this practice is common: (
I still had to resign afterwards, but everyone praised that I worked well and regretted that I was leaving.
1. He argued to the chief why, as it is now bad, we agreed that after 4:00 pm there were no new tasks for “us today” (the exception is correcting your own fakaps, that is, you did the work, you rent, and there are mistakes, but to show it today, then be corrected).
2. Began to issue tasks to his subordinates for a day or two or three in advance.
3. No new tasks if the employee has done his work ahead of time. Made quickly and efficiently - well done, have a rest!
Part of the staff began to wake up in time (so that by 10 am already working) and by 5-6 pm (or even earlier) - to take the job.
A part of it appears in 12-13 and sits until late, then how a person likes to work.
But if in the first administration they were interested in what you were doing and money was paid for processing, then in the second bank “freebie” flourished.
As a result, in the first bank I could stay and work (when something really emergency did happen), in the second - “go all on”. In addition, I already applied Coyod's advice - three days a week I go to trainings, there is a legal excuse.
Colleagues look askance? These are their problems. Anecdote know?
“Bank, everyone buzzes like bees. Suddenly one man came at 9 in the morning and left at 18:00. Everything is in shock - well, you see something serious happened to a person. The next day the same picture - worked from 9 to 18 and left. Colleagues boil. The third did not survive, slowed down and want to beat the face. And the man says: What are you? I'm on vacation! ”
In general, when applying for a job, it is worthwhile to find out about reworkings, how frequent they are, whether they pay money, etc. Not yet taken - the very thing to have on HR and talk to people.
If recycling is the norm, they are not paid for, and even the people staying in the evenings stupidly drink tea and play solitaire - why do you need to work there? Decide for yourself this question and then do not whine.
I personally work to live. Doing interesting things, being close to your family, traveling, improving yourself - these are my priorities. Sincerely I don’t understand the standard cinema stamp - this is when the main character is 24 hours at work, he doesn’t remember his home’s name and he’s hit on his head. Why does he live to work to work? So, by definition, it has no end.
Secondly, a couple of times a week, say “I have business” and leave on time (sometimes, after all, there really is business;).
And thirdly, with all of your views, show that you leave because you do your work so much better than others that you only have to work 8 hours :)
But if the urine struck the urine to work on the day off to work, there arises a “need for such a production force” that at least do not go to bed. To the offender - standard measures like deprivation of bonuses, reprimands, some kind of “Sisyphean” assignment or minor tricks.
If you write an office a month before the exit on a non-working day, which must be approved by at least three chiefs, then they can give time off.
because, regular refineries are associated either with improper planning by an employee of his work, or with lack of resources.
more often option 2.
And it is almost impossible to win.