Who leaves first, you or the boss?

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Who leaves first, you or the boss?

  1. I leave first

    38.7%
  2. The Boss leaves first

    3.2%
  3. Same time for both of us

    58.1%
  4. other.

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  1. Ben W

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    In your place of employment, who leaves first when it is time to knock off, you or the boss?
     
  2. Pete

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    Other [​IMG] Can't take the boss with me when I work. Would be nowhere to put passengers :D
     
  3. Gwyneth

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    The owner/boss is not on the premises all the time,and he likes to go home early when he is there - so I am usually the last to leave being the manager.
     
  4. Gib

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    I leave at 5:30pm daily with few exceptions.

    He only spends 2-3 days a week IN the local. He is however, just a phone call away.

    When he is there, he usually leaves at 5pm. On those days, he's been at work before the chickens wake up.
     
  5. Dr. Bob

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    My wife is the boss and she is always working 2+ hours every evening after the staff leave. I come for an hour or two daily, but leave FIRST.

    Ah, the joy of being a "kept man", a little "arm candy" for the good doctor!
     
  6. Squire Robertsson

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    I leave first. But I work 730a to 4p and my boss works 830a to 5p.
     
  7. SaggyWoman

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    Depends on a lot of things.
     
  8. Jeff Weaver

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    I am the boss, and am the last to leave.
     
  9. Ulsterman

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    My boss left 2000 years ago approx., but I have it on good authority He's coming back again!
     
  10. WallyGator

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    When I was boss (mostly retired now), I always was the last to leave. Now, my wife(the boss) leaves first and goes to work while I keep the home fires burning. [​IMG] :D :rolleyes:
     
  11. Bible Believing Bill

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    I work a varied schedule so sometimes he leaves first sometimes I do. I don't put in even close to the number of hours he does. I work 50+ per week and he works at least 60+.

    Now my last boss only worked 40 and I was putting in the 60-65 every week.

    Bill
     
  12. just-want-peace

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    And the more I see of modern society, the readier I am for His return!!

    MARANATHA!!!!!
     
  13. WallyGator

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    I'll say AMEN to that!
     
  14. loving2daysyouth

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    I am the boss, except for the secretary.
    :D
     
  15. KenH

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    I work in accounting. We have flex time so people start their work day anywhere from 6:30 - 8:00 a.m.
     
  16. Kayla

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    It depends on the day, I am a dishwasher and it depends if I get my chores done before the waitresses and cooks, my boss is the absolute last person out of the establishment technically. Because he locks the door.
     
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    It depends on the day. Sometimes I leave first; sometimes my boss leaves first.
     
  18. Watchman

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    My day starts before his does, so I leave first.
     
  19. Joseph_Botwinick

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    It depends on the day. On performance or trip evening, I am the last person to leave, sometimes including the janitors. One trip this past year got me home at about 3 am. I went to work that day at about 7:30 am.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    It varies.

    I don't know how the other branches were but it was kinda funny in the Navy. Among officers at least, leaving first definitely followed the chain of command: A division officer went home after his Dept. Head, who followed the XO. The Captain usually left early/mid afternoon.
     

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