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    Anonymous

    We had some bad weather yesterday that led to a power and internet outage for several hours. By the time the lights came back on, in the middle of the night, I was too tired and ready for bed to put in any time working. Only problem is, that puts me a day short on my paycheck. How do others handle it when circumstances occur that are out of your control that prevent you from working?

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    Anonymous

    There isn’t much you can do about that. For me, if I need the money, I’ll pick up a shift on a night I was supposed to be off to make up for the down time.

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    Delilah
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    Working when you were supposed to have a day off or working overtime are the only options I can think of to make up for lost time. I don’t like to do that, though, unless I absolutely have to.

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    Anonymous

    The only thing you can do is add a couple of hours to your other shifts or work on your day off. I try to stay a week ahead of my bills so I have a few options if something like that happens.

    #5683

    Anonymous

    I set myself goals on how much money I need to make. If I have to lose any time, I will make it up. Sometimes it is easiest to just spread the time over a few days. Adding an hour to a day is much easier than working an extra day.

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