I would create a narrative that explains the reasons for taking this job and then turning it to how it didn’t meet expectations. Let the new employer know you are willing to train and understand given the right mentoring/coaching. I would not bad mouth your former supervisor in interviews just leave it as they did not meet expectations and little room for professional growth.
I would create a narrative that explains the reasons for taking this job and then turning it to how it didn’t meet... see more
You must have worked for my boss! She had it in for me for almost two years before she finally got her way had eliminated my position after 30 years at the company.
You must have worked for my boss! She had it in for me for almost two years before she finally got her way had... see more
Very hard to deal with a toxic boss, I was terminated from my work after being there for 20years, and I had had 19 great years with kohl's but all it took was being taKen out of my comfort zone, shoes and put in juniors, a manager started to train me but got transferred to another store after a couple weeks and the new area manager didn't help me out at all. I was put on a 90 day probation period that kohl's uses to get rid of people, and the stuff I got written up for is so lame, but looks great on paper. Anyways, I have had a really rough time getting over being fired and now am having a tough time trying to find work. And then I find out after the fact that the district manager wanted me gone and it was because I was a whistle blower. Calling corporate office, had asked my previous manager to fire me, he refused, I was a nervous wreck that last year I worked there, hated it, crazy what a person can do to another person, make their life hell.
Very hard to deal with a toxic boss, I was terminated from my work after being there for 20years, and I had had 19... see more
If you have three other positive reviews I personally don't see any problem.
By law all the employer you're looking to get hired by can ask is.. if you were in fact employed the dates that you claimed to be employed by them and if they would hire you back.
You could either leave them out of your work history or after listing them make a notation that you had communication problems with that employer and leave it at that. You can explain on your interview what your issues were without bad mouthing the past employer.
Good luck !!!
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I would get a lawyer and see what could be done.