The master of the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which; he simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both.
I worked for a company for over an year now, but leaving the company for relocating reasons.
It was my boss's last day at work as he was going on a holiday. But he never came to wish me good luck, or even say hello!I wouldn't see him again. It was very unprofessional.Its just once that he has actually asked me about my plans.Of course I'm not a big boss like him, but I think its a basic norm to wish good luck to any employee who is leaving his company. I wasn't bad at work. I have done what was expected from me.
Wouldn't have expected if that was the case for all. I remember another guy who took a year's gap for his higher studies and there was a party! It is a very good company, nice people. Is working for an year not enough to be considered as an employee or was it done deliberately ? I don't know.
I have changed 2 companies till date. In both of them, at the starting they praised me a lot, but when leaving I got the same treatment. Don't worry it's common. Don't love the company, love your work.
There were two matches played today in Super 8: Match #1: Sri Lanka Vs New Zealand - Match tied (Sri Lanka won the one-over eliminator) New Zealand: 174/7 (20 overs) [R. Nicol 58(4), A. Dananjaya 4-0-32-2]
Sri Lanka: 174/6 (20 overs) [T. Dilshan 76(53), J. Franklin 4-0-34-2]
MOM: T. Dilshan
Match #2: England Vs West Indies - West Indies won by 15 runs West Indies: 179/5 (20 overs) [J. Charles 84(56), S. Broad 4-1-26-2]
Sri Lanka: 174/6 (20 overs) [E. Morgan 71(36), R. Rampaul 4-1-37-2]
MOM: J. Charles
Finally, Super 8 standing in CPFL - Wayne, Abhinav & Madhu played superb and had best picks for the day: