Hey there, it's been long.
I've been working a lot, I almost have no life.
So, I've just been transferred into a new work place,
a new branch of the same shop, to be specific.
And I've been appointed to take on the role of a cashier.
It's not like your ordinary cashier job in the super market or
It's a telecommunication business.
This means that I'll have to have a good knowledge
of regarding mobile plans, tv plans, broadband plans, prepaid plans, the billing of services
and most importantly, I have to be super careful with the money.
And this terrifies the shit out of me.
I'm so new that I still find it a struggle to give customers any decent advice
and also the amount of money being handled is so much I can't afford to make
any mistakes like literally, because I will not be able to afford the compensation.
Every night, whenever I do the closing, I always do it in fear.
It's kind of like a report card to me, cause it reflects how well
I fare doing the job for the day, just that the consequence of not
doing well is forking out my own money to pay for my mistakes.
And today, I had to pay 7 bucks.
I'm just thankful it's 7 bucks, I can't imagine
it being a huge sum. But this is a great reminder to me,
to be extra careful with every transaction made
and to get enough rest the night before.
I'm honestly so exhausted everyday cause I work for about
12 hours a day, and the travelling takes another 2 hours.
Okay, enough of the bad stuff about my work.
I'll share some of the great things about it.
I kind of enjoy my new work place.
The people there are friendly and nice...
And I feel like I'm a part of it now that I've
officially been added into the whatsapp group.
It does feel pretty cool.
Secondly, I feel like it's a great training ground to
be vocal and firm in myself cause you can't handle nasty customers
if you're weak on your own.
Well, that's it.
For the most part, it is terrifying and I take it very seriously.
I just hope that something like this will never happen again and
that I'll get better at my job soon.
Till next time.