By - Absconding-Vixen4362
You need to have boundaries or you will be used and abused. Negotiate at every step and learn to say no (even with a good, made up, fake excuse).
If you need coaching on how to fake excuses, how to negotiate and how to set boundaries, this sub may help you, just ask your questions.
Be flexible= we wanna fuck you in every way imaginable. No hole is safe.
I think I saw this post before...
If you did it wasn’t from me, this is my first time posting here and I’ve been following this sub for about three months.
That said I’m not gonna pretend like I’m the first or only person to come to this conclusion
That's my mistake. It was very similar in format and length. Just coincidental!
I was taught in therapy to establish healthy boundaries and when saying "no", you don't need an excuse. You just say "no, I can't". No explanation. You can't. Be firm and consistant. If people don't respect your boundaries, then it is not healthy for you and you need to remove yourself from that situation or relationship. Easier said than done, I know. Make yourself as inaccessible as possible outside of work, create established time frames where you arrive/leave when you say you have to, regardless of what employers want (outside of regular scheduling) and stick to it. Do not "friend" any coworkers on social media or give out your number/address. Fuck flexibility you haven't agreed to.
I was going to reply about how it's not like that here with my employer, then I realised you were talking about a totally different concept to what we call flexible work hours.
Yeah, not flexible as in “as long as you work 8 billable hours that day you’re fine”, more like “you’ll be worked for anywhere from 8 to 14 hours and billed for 8”