Can't possibly be too early. If it's really true, you should say it as often as you can. It's good to like things.
Besides, you can always change your mind later.
I've only been at my new job for 4 weeks, and I'm already saying that I love it. I hope I don't jinx anything. Also, my boss is probably the nicest person I've ever worked for! (knock, knock, knock on wood)
That's awesome, kissy! Does it make you feel like you need to be less nice, like in a good cop/bad cop kind of way? Or do you two just go around being really nice to everyone together?
Charlie, I think I started out liking all of my previous jobs in Norway, too, so I suppose I should be cautiously optimistic. But in this case I can see that a lot of the things I didn't like so much from the previous jobs are so much better here. It helps that the company has a lot of awareness about and really cares about making a great work environment. I was super skeptical of this job when the recruiter first called me and probably only kept listening to him because he was really nice. Lucked out there.
Well, I have had the same boss for 27 years now, and I must say he is getting tiresome. I may quit.
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It's a very serious workplace.
Strange, when I had the same boss that Charlie has, I found him delightful.
But J-J, you quit, too. It would be better for me if you were still around. Or at least much more entertaining.
Did I quit? I thought we just finished.
True. It would still be better if you were still around.
I think when you do quit you should really break it to him gently, even though it's not likely to be much of a surprise.
It would probably be better for me, too. Unlike Cristina and Kissy, I'm not particualrly fond of my current job.