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Pest Control Tech at Cleggs

I've worked in the pest control industry for 6 years and have never been taught something or had a situation happen that would hinder me from wanting to work somewhere, but my last job I've worked. I was crossed trained and since that happened I've taught new people who came in to work under me, so I waited awhile and asked for more money.. I used the chain of command to keep everything professional til it got to the top guy and he straight told me, well told the manager he wasn't paying me extra anything after working there for 3 years with little to none complaints from customers as well as excellent attendants I felt I was done dirty so I left.. Is there any better way I could've handled this?

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over 4 years ago
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YES COMMON COURTESY GIVE THEM A TWO WEEK NOTICE (LOL) AND GIVE THEM THE HIT RECORD " TAKE THIS JOB AND SHOVE IT ) LOL. you did the right thing . YOU RECRUITED MORE BUSINESS THEY DONT EVEN PAY YOU COMMISSION STIPEND FOR YOUR HARD WORK AND GOING OUT OF YOUR WAY. as long as you got something else line up MEANING THE BEST TIME TO LOOK FOR PROMOTION OR A BETTER PAYING JOB IS WHEN YOU HAVE ONE. other companies want motivated employees so a lot will understand you leaving for more MONEY OR PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: a lot of PEST CONTROL JOB OPENING CHECK THEM OUT AND CALL THEM ;

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