You are working alone & your shift is over at 6:00. The person scheduled to begin working at the 6:00 shift do?

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” You are working alone & your shift is over at 6:00. The person scheduled to begin working at the 6:00 shift doesn’t show. What would you do? ”

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You are working alone & your shift is over at 6:00. The person scheduled to begin working at the 6:00 shift doesn’t show. WHAT WOULD YOU DO.. (its for a job application)

11 Answers

  • What the hell is your question?

    Why don’t you just edit your question then, we should need to read through you half stating the question over and over before you actually ask it.

  • For the purpose of an application: Stay, notify the boss and remain until someone can relieve you.

    In reality: I’d leave considering I could lose my job (right or wrong). If you really like the job, pick up the slack but you have neither moral nor legal obligation unless you signed something saying you did. I have, more than once, left if not relieved in a timely manner.

  • The person should come on time at 6:00?

  • Why are we doing YOUR application? I’d call the person if I could, and if I couldn’t or it didn’t do any good then I would contact the manager. Some one is in charge over me. Yes you keep working until relieved, but I’m sure they don’t want you working not knowing you aren’t leaving like you were expected to be. If nothing else it would help you look better that hey you are still there.

  • I’d try to contact the person scheduled to work. If I couldn’t get in contact with that person, I’d call some of my other coworkers and see if any of them could come in. If no one was available, I might stay late if I could; if not, I’d call my boss and explain the situation to him/her.

  • Unless the boss has told you to stay until the next guy arrives then you simply leave as you are no longer required to be at work.

  • You contact the owner/manager/supervisor and let them know. Stay on your job until you are relieved/

  • Me personally? If I had their information, I would call them and find out where they were. Sure, it’s their responsibility to call in if they are running late, but sometimes people forget. If I didn’t have their information or could not get ahold of them, I would call my manager to ask for further instructions.

  • Stay untIl someone can fill the time slot and contact the manager immediately.

  • Call your supervisor

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