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hw_chelsi
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   Posted 3/31/2008 9:35 PM (GMT -7)   
 
I am still stressing so much.  I posted before regarding the problems I was having at work with getting insurance.  It has not changed at all.  My bosses are very upset and frustrated with my agent.  I think she is doing great.  They do not understand that do to some of my conditions, I may not get accepted.  They do not want me talking to the agent.  They say she needs to deal with him.  I understand exactly what is going on.
 
On top of that, people keep calling or coming in wanting an apt. ASAP and our maintenace guy is not getting the apts. ready in time.
 
I am near the end of my rope.
 
Chelsi

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   Posted 3/31/2008 9:50 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Chelsi,

I don't understand all of your issues. I think that I remember you posting before but it has been a while. I am wishing you could refresh my memory.

It sounds like you are under a lot of stress right now, could you tell a little more so I could understand, I would like to try to help you.

hugs, Karen
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fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression,allergies


hw_chelsi
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   Posted 3/31/2008 10:11 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi Karen,

My stress is caused by the fact that we are trying to get me individual insurance.  I have a co. that has accepted me but the owner do not want me to take that as they do not feel it is a good plan.  We are still looking.  He does not understand however that it could be a while before anyone accepts me.  He believes he knows everything but he doesn't and there is no discussing it with him.  They believe my agent is stringing us along which is completely untrue.

The issues regarding the complex is that we have this kid who lives here to do maintenance and make-ready's which is making a vacant apt. ready to go.  He is very unprofessional.  I feel caught between the owners and the owner of the maintenace crew we use.  In fact, I am caught in the middle.

Thanks!

Chelsi


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   Posted 4/1/2008 9:47 AM (GMT -7)   
I do remember now, the owners were giving you this problem before. Have you ever thought about going into something else? I know that you love what you do, but it seems like they gave you a really hard time before.

I would mention the maintanance man to somebody. You are losing money whan the places aren't ready. Maybe you could get somebody else.

Good luck with this, keep posting
hugs, Karen
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CassandraLee
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   Posted 4/1/2008 9:22 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi Chelsi:

I don't know if you remember me, but we had exchanged many emails a few years back.  I have always remembered your stories of taking your dog out for walks in your stroller :-)

Just out of curiousity, who is ultimately responsible for the hiring/firing of the maintenance man or crew?  Does it come down to you or do you have to make a recommendation to your bosses? Also, does your boss have an employment contract with this maintenance team that stipulates the terms of their responsibilities and the conditions in which their contract may be terminated?

Also, have you been documenting each time a unit has not been ready or something has not been done?  I would think that this would be important to do from a legal standpoint.  Overall, I'm thinking that if there is a contract that you could see it would make your course of action much easier.  It could also show your boss that you are on top of things and make you more of a participant rather than someone stuck in the middle.

I hope I haven't rambled too much. 

Cass

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