I enjoyed working at Walmart for the 6 and a half years. It was management that made it so unbearable.
Cleaning horse stalls,I smelled awful and so did my coworkers! The horses smelled better. It was a very humid summer but we had fun and boy did we get in shape. It was 200 stalls and 3 of us but we persevered! Good memories,Ford
Fast food. I didn't like how bad my clothes smelled at the end of a shift. But I liked my coworkers!
I don't care if the employer has to go home at night and look at 250 applications each one of those applications should be reviewed by a human being and determine good or bad and then continue from there instead of using some machine so the buzz words if they don't care to discover interested in working for them then why should I care about working for them at all. Leaders care about their people their divorce rate their children they don't punish they assist in problem solving
Being a waitress. I was good at my job and received a lot of tips / compliments. The only thing that sucked was management. When it got busy they flipped out and treated their employees like crap.
Recently worked for a CBRF who was engaging in practices against employees that I believed was illegal and voiced my displeasure about it. I was terminated.
I am trenable As long as I get a living wage
I had a horrible job after school program for elementary school children. They were so bad, plus the director didn't help any of the employees enforce the rules, therefore they assumed they could act however they wanted without consequences. Plus, I was required to submit a weekly lesson plan for every hour each day of the week. In addition to having to do lesson plans on my own time, I was required to purchase the supplies needed for every student to have plenty in each class. It became costly without any funds reimbursed
I have always loved the different jobs I have had but I worked at a gas station where my boss was in a messy divorce and one of my references was her ex husband's brother needless to say she hated me and me beyond miserable