I'm tired physically and mentally, really. To those who didn't read my blog earlier on might wonder what is BPPC? Don't worry, kindly click here.
Last 3 days were the busiest days ever in my life. I worked from 7.30am - 5.30pm on Monday, 7.30am - 10pm on Tuesday and 7.30am - 2.30am yesterday [yes it was Wednesday]. Reached home late about 3am and continued watching soccer semi final between Chelsea and Liverpool until almost 6am. Oh ok, ignore about the soccer thingy as I won't mention or write much in this post [see you Chelsea in the UCL final and lets race for EPL].
As you know I was with logistic bureau this year for this BPPC event. So, what I did was checking the computer whether its functioning well [which most of it handled by system bureau], good condition with furnitures like tables, chairs, keypad lock, banners and so on. Instead of those, we have to make sure everything works smoothly and the place is always clean. Doesn't matter its at our own office or outside. Yes we worked outside of the office as well.
From April 1, I had to make sure water supply was enough for all officers and staff that involved with BPPC at 10th and 11 floor. We had dividend voucher checking at 10th floor and e-filing at 11th floor. I had to make sure that dividend numbering computer works and the e-filing ads working on 2 computers. That was on the 10th floor. Mostly my other friends in the bureau were very helpful.
When I mentioned that I work for this logistic bureau on weekdays, that didn't mean that I only work for BPPC. I had to do my main work as a finance clerk too. You know... like insurance, medical bill, money refund from staff, purchasing, flight fright, medical system, guarantee letter, collector statement and many more... I don't think I will list them all. So yes, I felt like a robot sometimes which I took order, my brain process and I did without giving excuse or mad about it. That doesn't mean I was not under pressure =)
Every weekend like Saturday and Sunday I worked too. I went to malls like Giant, Tesco and Tesco Extra for e-filing counter. I didn't help the tax payer as that wasn't my job, what I did was setup the computer, internet, tables, chairs, banner and prepared some pamphlet and forms too. From 8am - 10pm roughly. Glad to see tax payer smiled when doing the e-filing [even tho some did scold me just because they hate to pay tax -- but that's life... and I was happy as I know what is anger management, mmm take deep breath].
From Monday - Wednesday day time, I've been stationed at the lobby at form submitting box. Which it sounds simpler than the real work. Instead of showing the submitting form box, we had to check the forms, checked the envelope, solved some tax payer problems [not to mention how bad we got scold by them =)] and filtered them before let them go to other floor. We had 3 floors for BPPC event [level 3 - level 11 are our department of course but just some floors involve with this BPPC event] which 4th floor for stamping, taking form, open a tax file, checking status and refund, 10th floor for dividend checking and help on how to fill in the form correctly and 11th floor for e-filing and pin number. Ah those floors toilet, please don't mention. In the evening we sorted all forms based on their case. Yes, they were very tiring days. Food was supplied by the bureau... thats good right? ;)
I got a thank you from the branch director with what I've done for BPPC event. I smiled with proud and satisfaction. I don't need other things but a simple thank you =)
God bless... Amin...