Posted on April 19, by Scott Alexander That story about the blockchain-based dating site gets better: For example, from the MCTB review: If you really, really examine your phenomenological experience, you realize all sorts of surprising things…one early insight is a perception of your mental awareness of a phenomenon as separate from your perception of that phenomenon.
Here we go… 1. How should I tell my workplace that an extortionist might send them a private video of me? That said, should I talk to someone at work about this? If so, how should I bring this up?
Another person, Rey, also moved into a more senior position within the same team, and we report to the same manager, Luke. Luke is pushing very hard for us to train overseas for a week and Rey is reluctant to go on the trip.
My understanding is that the other members of the team already accepted a permanent role prior to being sent to the conference, and that this is the only time the conference is being held overseas.
I am in charge of researching the travel expenses and doing the cost estimates for the trip: I initially would chat with her on what the options are to check for her preferences, but her desire to keep things at a low cost out of guilt is absurd!
For example, when I sent her a spreadsheet with the cost of the rooms and their distance from the hotel where the training would be held, she asked if we could just book one room and she could sleep on the couch.
I sent the costs to our manager without including her comments and our manager advised we could take two single rooms, or look into a serviced apartment with two bedrooms. She also refuses to look into expensing cab fare even though the hotel we eventually picked is 4 km from the conference and it will be 5 degrees out with a chance of snow.
I want to speak to Luke about how unreasonable Rey is being.
Do you have any suggestions how to frame this? Yes, talk to Luke! Say something like this to Luke: She wanted to book a single room for both of us and sleep on the couch.
Do I have an obligation to ensure employees are not breaking the law? I work as a recruiter and I occasionally have people express interest in positions that are not accessible via public transit. Essentially, they are disclosing that they are planning to break the law by driving unlicensed.
My paycheck bounced and then my boss suggested an app that would give him money if I used it A few months ago I picked up a little side job, washing dishes at a local cafe. While I was out of town over the holidays, my paycheck bounced.
When I got back from out of town, I asked my boss when I could come in to get a new check. Instead of telling me a time, he texted me a link to a money exchanging app and told me to download it. When I clicked the link, it told me that he would receive five dollars if I downloaded the app with the code he had provided.
Is it just me, or is this really off? It almost feels like he is looking to turn a petty buck off of bouncing my paycheck. Can I insist on being paid with a check, or do I have to accept payment in whatever form he offers, including by downloading the app?
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