I took a job at an optometrist office a couple years ago and was the only male employee. I thought this would be a great opportunity to learn some new skills and I enjoy working with the public overall. Within two months it turned into a nightmare. One of the girls Facebook stalked me and found out that I had several gay friends and that one is HIV+. She proceeded to tell everyone in the office that I was gay and I myself was HIV+, neither of…
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Hey. I have recently started a new job. I work 8 hour shifts with no break. I get degraded at work constantly. I want to quit but I also feel bad for leaving them understaffed. What would y’all do in this situation?
I started working for Safeway July 30 I worked a total of one week and then had to change my shift because I was just diagnosed with cancer. My regional manager refuse to call me for a month after I went in three times politely asking for a shift and then called 12 times being hung up on five and then being told that the manager was unavailable the other half of the time . I eventually had to quit my job and start looking for another one. Mind…
Yes you're frustrated and miserable with your current job.
But imagine the frustration and misery of long-term unemployment!
Before you throw in the towel remember this: job applicants who are currently employed are TWICE as likely to be interviewed and THREE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO RECEIVE A JOB OFFER THAN UNEMPLOYED CANDIDATES!
Suddenly your current situation seems a little more bearable doesn't it?
I work in a smaller establishment where our front of the house manager also serves and bartends Also She scheduled herself the best shifts as well as all the private events recently she got a DUI and was a no-call no-show. The staff covered for her knowing she was in jail should I let our boss know what happened and if she's not reprimanded like others have been in the past and even fired should I quit
Last night I found out a favorite relative of mine passed away. But instead of calling into work, I go in with my relative’s obituary. First I’m promised to be given an answer about getting time off by 1130 am. First lie. I don’t get an answer until 20 minutes before my shift is over. An obituary isn’t enough anymore, not even with the name and phone number of the person who runs the funeral home. I now have to have a pamphlet from the funeral…
I got hired through a temp service for a CSR position. I like the position. However I'm not as fast as the other reps in clearing the calls out of the que. I would like to bow out gracefully before they let me go. Thoughts?
Drama is thick inside there. If your the type who speaks out against wrong doings, and unsafe work habits, they will conspire against you. They meaning the people Henry has put in charge. They play a very racial,and dirty game out there.
So after being in a position for 6 months I gave my resignation. I have held a management position for 14 years and education for 14 . I do not take my career lightly. I was promised to be made into a supervisor , but I was told in the Spring that would not be happening, that I did not fit their culture. I was going to get a lawyer ,but they are so expensive. All their supervisors are under 35 and had been hired out of school. ( I was most…
I recently retired after decades of retail management where I was responsible for hiring associates for my stores. If there was one piece of advice I would give any potential job seeker looking for a new position it would be
Never quit your current job before receiving a formal, preferably in writing offer from your new employer There are several reasons for this. 1) Hiring managers receive more responses to a job opening than they can ever…