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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

You are The King?? Hell, NO Ali!!!

Ali, The Big Mouth
24/8/2011

Ø  Read This Previous Story : Ali, The Big Mouth


Today, I want to shout out:  Ali is annoying, very annoying!


October 25th 2011
 Here it is. At date 25 of each month, we’ll receive our salary and over time fee. Like most of outsourcing employee, we’ll receive our salary and over time fee separately. Salary will directly sent to bank account from the vendor, while over time must be taken by supervisor, that is Mr. Wahyu. Unfortunately, Mr. Wahyu is out of town for two weeks. We should receive our over time fee before payment closing date at end of month. In other side, I will take some days off in the beginning of month in order to attend my sister’s wedding. Not only me, my friends also wished over time come on time since it’s our right and part of our need.

Rifa, the payment officer, would never allow us to take our own over time since her rule is must the permanent employee taking it, not the outsourcing employee. I think she’s one of worst payment officer that our company had!!. She never tried to be flexible but keep on her stupid principle while the old payment officer allowed the outsourcing employee take their own over time when the PIC is not available.

The only option is asking other permanent employee which the level is under of Mr. Wahyu to take it. Sadly, it must be Ali. Okay, this time I need his help. He sit next to me, so I wish his understanding and sincerely helping us to get our money as soon as possible.

I hate to say this, but, I have no choice, okay let’s tell Ali for some help, “hey, dude, I need your help, would you like to help me with over time fee?”. He looks so busy with his computer, do not turn his head but keep his eyes to his document and type an email, “Okay..okay… I will take it later”.

Thank you, that makes me feel so good and calm down. Thought I’m not really sure, because he doesn’t look taking it as a serious thing. No…no… I try to have positive thinking about him now, sometimes he’s a good guy too.

***

October 26th 2011
Monday to Friday, our office hours end at 4 pm. I wait for the good news from Ali, but I didn’t see him yet. It’s about 3 pm now, I could not find him. I think he’s not too busy this time since he has assistant that always did almost all of his work. Well, I guess he’s out of office now. It’s okay if he doesn’t take our over time now. At least we still have 4 days remaining before closing date.

***

October 29th 2011
Yeah, this is Saturday. I work right from Monday till Saturday like any non- government company in Indonesia, but Saturday we’d have shorter office hours, that is stop until 2 pm. I’m still disappointed since I didn’t receive my over time fee yet. Yes, Ali is way too arrogant!I had ask him many times for this case –I can’t remember how many times I said “please, help taking our overtime fee”-  , but he acts like he’s too busy man and don’t have the time. If you want to know, it’s very simple to take our over time since our cashier must had prepared it and it only takes about five minutes! In the same time, he quickly helps our sales girl, Rossa, who is known as sexy and rich girl in our office, repair the trouble in her computer. Anyway, Rossa is the sales manager candidate, and that’s why I understand why Ali so excited to help her, but heartless to help us. He is so selective to help people. OMG!!!

arrogance, snob, silence, annoyingI need that money, my friends need that money too. May be it’s not big amount for him, but for me it’s very worthy. How hurt seeing him help someone who is just say “please help me” once but then get very quick response, while I and friends beg for his help many times for something which is our right and we really deserve for that, he just ignored us. I want to angry to him, really!! I also want to angry with our payment officer, how not flexible she is! Why can she just break her line when many people critic her for being over??

***

October 31th 2011
Wooww… something inspire me! Why I keep asking someone who don’t want to help me?? All my action is just make Ali feel like everybody need him and he thought ( again and many times ) that he’s important employee in our office. Hell noooooooooooooooo….. Ali!! You have been here for 7 years more but you keep on this seat, no up grade position and else, so what’s thing can make you proud??. Anyway, Mr. Wahyu is about 3 years old younger than him and just starting working in this company 5 years ago, but now his position higher than Ali. This is the difference, Ali is about himself while Mr. Wahyu is truly care helping each other without seeing grade. That’s why Ali is always left behind beside his big mouth.

Come back, I have an idea to ask Mr. Ono to take our over time. I think our payment officer will allow him to take our over time fee since he’s the permanent employee. Mr. Ono is our senior, dedicated his 7 years for this company. He’s simple man and friendly, and currently as the foreman in our office. At the same time, he asks my help to do some work which is out of his ability. I help him and he helps me sincerely. My prediction is true! It’s only take a short of minutes. Oh, thank you. This guy helps me!

This month I received my over time fee at October 31th 2011. It’s about 2 pm, almost closing time!! Thank you, Mr. Ono! Go to hell, Ali!

***




 > Read This Next Episode : Ali and The Gadget
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At November 24, 2011 at 8:24 PM , Blogger Michael said...

Whoah, you really felt bad on this post. Hope everything is ok now. You take care and good evening!

 
At December 1, 2011 at 3:44 AM , Blogger Michael said...

Where's the continuation of this post? Hehe! Good morning!

 
At December 1, 2011 at 9:01 AM , Blogger Travel to- Indonesia said...

@ michael : thanks for left comment myke, that's right, I'm really felt bad in this post.but my moods get better now :)

 
At December 1, 2011 at 9:32 PM , Anonymous MasCEPUK said...

Weh weh Keren....

Ga' Bisa Bahasa Bule aK ... :d

 
At December 3, 2011 at 8:32 AM , Blogger Redva Kaurvaki said...

@ Mas Cepuk : hahahah, thank you Mas Cepuk, my learning is in progress, let's call me the amateur one ;p

 
At December 3, 2011 at 4:10 PM , Blogger Joli / Lengyel Jolán / said...

Hello! Daily visiting smile thee happy day to you from Hungary: Joli :)
Thanks visit: http://joli.extra.hu/

 
At December 12, 2011 at 7:10 PM , Blogger pelangi sepi said...

nice blog

 
At December 24, 2011 at 4:56 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

the arrogant one doesn't deserve for respect, just leave him and kick him out! hahaha... I have one friend who seems like him!

 
At December 30, 2011 at 4:33 PM , Blogger j O C y said...

keep on posting my friend coz u got a nice page in here

 

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Princess Kaurvaki: You are The King?? Hell, NO Ali!!!

You are The King?? Hell, NO Ali!!!

Ali, The Big Mouth
24/8/2011

Ø  Read This Previous Story : Ali, The Big Mouth


Today, I want to shout out:  Ali is annoying, very annoying!


October 25th 2011
 Here it is. At date 25 of each month, we’ll receive our salary and over time fee. Like most of outsourcing employee, we’ll receive our salary and over time fee separately. Salary will directly sent to bank account from the vendor, while over time must be taken by supervisor, that is Mr. Wahyu. Unfortunately, Mr. Wahyu is out of town for two weeks. We should receive our over time fee before payment closing date at end of month. In other side, I will take some days off in the beginning of month in order to attend my sister’s wedding. Not only me, my friends also wished over time come on time since it’s our right and part of our need.

Rifa, the payment officer, would never allow us to take our own over time since her rule is must the permanent employee taking it, not the outsourcing employee. I think she’s one of worst payment officer that our company had!!. She never tried to be flexible but keep on her stupid principle while the old payment officer allowed the outsourcing employee take their own over time when the PIC is not available.

The only option is asking other permanent employee which the level is under of Mr. Wahyu to take it. Sadly, it must be Ali. Okay, this time I need his help. He sit next to me, so I wish his understanding and sincerely helping us to get our money as soon as possible.

I hate to say this, but, I have no choice, okay let’s tell Ali for some help, “hey, dude, I need your help, would you like to help me with over time fee?”. He looks so busy with his computer, do not turn his head but keep his eyes to his document and type an email, “Okay..okay… I will take it later”.

Thank you, that makes me feel so good and calm down. Thought I’m not really sure, because he doesn’t look taking it as a serious thing. No…no… I try to have positive thinking about him now, sometimes he’s a good guy too.

***

October 26th 2011
Monday to Friday, our office hours end at 4 pm. I wait for the good news from Ali, but I didn’t see him yet. It’s about 3 pm now, I could not find him. I think he’s not too busy this time since he has assistant that always did almost all of his work. Well, I guess he’s out of office now. It’s okay if he doesn’t take our over time now. At least we still have 4 days remaining before closing date.

***

October 29th 2011
Yeah, this is Saturday. I work right from Monday till Saturday like any non- government company in Indonesia, but Saturday we’d have shorter office hours, that is stop until 2 pm. I’m still disappointed since I didn’t receive my over time fee yet. Yes, Ali is way too arrogant!I had ask him many times for this case –I can’t remember how many times I said “please, help taking our overtime fee”-  , but he acts like he’s too busy man and don’t have the time. If you want to know, it’s very simple to take our over time since our cashier must had prepared it and it only takes about five minutes! In the same time, he quickly helps our sales girl, Rossa, who is known as sexy and rich girl in our office, repair the trouble in her computer. Anyway, Rossa is the sales manager candidate, and that’s why I understand why Ali so excited to help her, but heartless to help us. He is so selective to help people. OMG!!!

arrogance, snob, silence, annoyingI need that money, my friends need that money too. May be it’s not big amount for him, but for me it’s very worthy. How hurt seeing him help someone who is just say “please help me” once but then get very quick response, while I and friends beg for his help many times for something which is our right and we really deserve for that, he just ignored us. I want to angry to him, really!! I also want to angry with our payment officer, how not flexible she is! Why can she just break her line when many people critic her for being over??

***

October 31th 2011
Wooww… something inspire me! Why I keep asking someone who don’t want to help me?? All my action is just make Ali feel like everybody need him and he thought ( again and many times ) that he’s important employee in our office. Hell noooooooooooooooo….. Ali!! You have been here for 7 years more but you keep on this seat, no up grade position and else, so what’s thing can make you proud??. Anyway, Mr. Wahyu is about 3 years old younger than him and just starting working in this company 5 years ago, but now his position higher than Ali. This is the difference, Ali is about himself while Mr. Wahyu is truly care helping each other without seeing grade. That’s why Ali is always left behind beside his big mouth.

Come back, I have an idea to ask Mr. Ono to take our over time. I think our payment officer will allow him to take our over time fee since he’s the permanent employee. Mr. Ono is our senior, dedicated his 7 years for this company. He’s simple man and friendly, and currently as the foreman in our office. At the same time, he asks my help to do some work which is out of his ability. I help him and he helps me sincerely. My prediction is true! It’s only take a short of minutes. Oh, thank you. This guy helps me!

This month I received my over time fee at October 31th 2011. It’s about 2 pm, almost closing time!! Thank you, Mr. Ono! Go to hell, Ali!

***




 > Read This Next Episode : Ali and The Gadget
abstract, poetry, poem, quotes, wisdom, tale, story, inspiration, motivation





Photo Credit:Good Read





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