I’ve been working for the same commercial heating and AC repair company for the past year.
Last spring, I had to attend a seminar with a couple of additional coworkers from the commercial heating and AC repair company.
One of the classes was extremely boring, and my co-workers and I decided to ditch the class on the second day. The whole class was about furnace problems and how to fix them. That is something that all of us know very well, because we live in a state where there is use for the furnace six months out of the year. The temperatures are cold and frigid and it is necessary to use the furnace most of the time. Since my colleagues and I already knew how to fix residential and commercial problems, we decided to ditch the class on the second, third, and fourth day of the week. We went to the pool and fitness center during those three hours. I didn’t know if we would get into trouble or not, but no one ever said anything about our attendance and we received credit for going to the classes. It’s been 3 months since the seminar and no one is wise to the fact that we skipped that entire class so we could have fun. We had a great time at the seminar and I truly hope we are sent to another one next spring. I had an enjoyable vacation most of the time and my coworkers and I didn’t have to pay for anything except our personal entertainment.