Kerri (solan_t) wrote,
Kerri
solan_t

This has not been an auspicious beginning to the week

First, the good news - my computer works just fine after the actual change-over of IT to Aptuit. I am, however, one of the few.

Now, the bad. I have not yet seen my live paycheck for the 15th. In this, I am one of the many. I am sure they had their reasons for mailing the damn things to our homes from NC, but ... yeah.
They have promised to cover any overdraft fees we incure, assuming we can fill out the paperwork properly. It's the least they can do, if you ask me.

I spent ALL DAY on a batch that only took us maybe an hour and a half to make. But we had trouble getting the API from the warehouse because their numbers didn't add up to the actual weight of the bottle. NO SHIT, SHERLOCK, we've been trying to tell you all along the number just ain't going to add up. That was about an hour or more, that came on top of my partner-in-crime manufacturing getting waylaid into helping get the AC working again (jack-of-all-trades, that one). So, we get the batch made by 11. At which point EVERYBODY we needed to off-load it is at lunch. Or out sick, as it turns out. It was THREE before we were free of that damn stuff. Two people have to stay with it at all times until it's officially handed off to either two other authorized people or someone that can put it in a safe/vault. And I get to do this three more times this week. And tomorrow without P. AND, on Wednesday, I start ANOTHER batch (of non-controlled stuff, thank goodness) that will take three days to complete.

I am HOPING that all the bad things have run their course and this isn't just a warning of things to come.

Edit: oh, and my throat is all scratchy, but I am blaming that on cheering in dusty air at Fest.
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