On my laptop

@GardenGerty (114319)
United States
September 11, 2019 8:40pm CST
In order for hubs to watch Prime on TV right now, I have to swap out the ethernet and other cords on the computer. It will then let wireless things, like my laptop, work, but not my desktop. I am on my laptop, it is full of little tricks that mostly make me mad. Enough about that, though. Less than a month ago my daughter-in-law had trouble with her boss in McPherson. He was new, and was not treating the laundry and housekeeping people well or fairly and was not managing the hotel issues well. She told him that he was not making the problem better, and he suspended her, so she left. She drove to another town, near to her new house and was hired on the spot in another Hotel. She is a desk manager, reservationist. Last weekend on the website she got a compliment in the guest survey. Today she was promoted to manager. Hiring manager. Woo hoo! I am very proud and happy for her.
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@kareng (18193)
• United States
12 Sep
That's awesome. Congrats to your daughter.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
She may have found her niche in customer service.
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@kareng (18193)
• United States
13 Sep
@GardenGerty That's wonderful and a good practice. It's gone by the wayside as of late. Much needed.
@rakski (36843)
• Philippines
12 Sep
Oh wow, that is great news! Good for her. I am sorry for the other hotel, they just lost a good employee
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes they did. Often companies lose good employees due to poor management.
@Gillygirl (37826)
• Sutton, England
12 Sep
Congratulations to your daughter-in-law
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
I am so pleased for her.
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@RasmaSandra (30703)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
12 Sep
That is wonderful news. She was smart to leave and go work at another hotel.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes, she was smart to apply and move on.
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@Starkinds (13419)
• India
12 Sep
She is really a wonderful and she find another job for her
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes, it is wonderful to find a job where she is appreciated.
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@Starkinds (13419)
• India
13 Sep
@wolfgirl569 (22020)
• Marion, Ohio
12 Sep
Congrats. He was the push that she needed.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
That is a great way to look at it.
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@LadyDuck (240190)
• Switzerland
12 Sep
I am really glad for your daughter-in-law, she left a rude boss and found a much better job.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes, he was quite rude. Her other managers that she had worked well with had moved away and this man was quite a surprise.
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@LadyDuck (240190)
• Switzerland
13 Sep
@GardenGerty It happens, some men are rude and they feel that being rude is a sign to prove they are the Boss, that is very wrong.
@banksim (3220)
12 Sep
ok my friend
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes, Okay.
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@banksim (3220)
13 Sep
@GardenGerty welcome my friend
@CarolDM (40686)
• United States
12 Sep
That is great news for her!
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes. I am glad for her. She works hard.
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@JudyEv (170685)
• Bunbury, Australia
12 Sep
That's is really good news. She would really feel vindicated now.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Oh, she does.
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• China
12 Sep
It is great that your daughter-in-law got into her stride and was promoted to Hiring manager after left McPherson.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes, it is great that people can see her worth.
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@sarik1 (1020)
12 Sep
Very good .good to know. great news.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
We are happy for her.
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• United States
12 Sep
brilliant that she found employment elsewhere quickly. 'xtra bonus she'd 'lready be promoted. congrats to her!
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
I am really pleased for her.
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@jstory07 (81169)
• Roseburg, Oregon
12 Sep
The new job is working out better for her.
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Yes. She is having some good changes in her life.
@andriaperry (89660)
• Anniston, Alabama
12 Sep
One door closed and a better one opened up!
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@GardenGerty (114319)
• United States
13 Sep
Oh, when she left, while she was gone, he texted her telling her she needed to come back. She said "No, you suspended me". He had even wanted her to sign a blank write-up. No way.