Student loan watchdog, Seth Frotman, has quit because the Trump Administration has “turned its back” on borrowers.
On the same note: “The Incredible, Rage-Inducing Inside Story of America’s Student Debt Machine.”
A Stanford study found that bosses waste a lot of their employees time.
I recently told people to stop coming to me with ideas because I cannot take on any additional work. You do your own idea. Leave me out of it. I like to be a team player, but right now, we are closed for business!
I write and send the messages that go out to campus from the University President (my boss). I am very careful and diligent with my work to the point of obsessiveness because I am so afraid of making a mistake. About 8 different people review each message including two copy writers because unlike the White House and the Toilet Tweeter, I actually care about how our words reflect on the University.
Last week, I sent one out, and a few minutes later my boss forwarded it to me pointing out that a sentence was in the wrong place, and that sentence’s location made everything after it not make much sense. Since the message was about the budget, I never would have been able to tell that it did not make since because the whole thing made little sense to me to begin with (why are there so many funding sources here???). So, for the first time in almost three years, I had to send out a correction and it devastated me.
I missed my Orange Theory class on Monday because Alan was laying on my phone and his fat belly drowned out the sound of my alarm. Ridiculous animal.