I'm constantly interrupted, and flexing to her schedule. I'm really sick of this. I've told her that I can't keep bending to her will and I'm frustrated. She responded by saying there's nothing I can do and I have to put up with it.
The crazy thing is she's a housekeeping manager. She's not a doctor or something! She manages toilets and floors getting cleaned. All night she gets calls about the most random things. Like 10 and 11 at night, and she's constantly on call on weekends. She's salaried makes like 38k a year which is nothing compared to the total hours... I'm seriously thinking of breaking up.
She's totally drank this companies kool aid and thinks she going to get promoted up to president. Is this too much, what you think?
Isn't it usually the case when one person is constantly working that they pay. Like when a man is working like 60 hours a week and is distant with their spouse that they take care of family more financiall?
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On one hand I think she needs to draw a line in the sand about what she's willing to do. If she's working with hotel big enough to have multiple floor manager, there should be some sort of night staff. Right now it sounds like she's being taken advantage of.
You should be talking to her about how her work is affecting HER instead of how it's affecting YOU. Offer to help figure out how much she's actually making an hour and look for a better job. But this all about you, you, you has to stop. Just because her work isn't "important" doesn't mean she still doesn't need the job. You know that it's difficult to find full time work in this economy.
Try approaching this from an angle that helps both of you instead of just you.2