I want to get a part time job should I tell my current employer?
I work 8-5 M-F and I want to get a waiter job at night. Normally you have to interview at the resturants when its slow, between 2pm-4pm. My current boss is going to notice its wierd when I take late lunches this week while I am looking. Should I tell him? What would you do or what have you done in the past?
Asked By: Michael H - 1/22/2008
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Hell no, they might consider "laying you off", because they like to imagine they own you, that and think, do you think your boss honestly cares about your happiness and well being, if they did, you could ask for £100 p/h and he would say, "here, take £200, and we'll even provide you with private health-care too".
Answered By: Scott Bull - 1/22/2008
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It depends on your employer. If you are working for a large organization they probably have a policy that addresses this. At my employer, you have to have permission from your direct supervisor to work a second job. Violate the policy and you could be fired. If you are working for a small company, or one without a... More
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