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Chelsea FRANKLIN
4 months ago

My main issue was the managers. I worked so hard, much harder than anyone else and had been there longer than anyone else, but rarely got any kind of recognition. I could deal with that though. But when I got pregnant, we had just gotten a new manager. I have health conditions that made me need to sit down as I couldn't stand for more than a couple of minutes without feeling like I'd pass out due to my fast heart rate. I was a cashier at the time and the groomers let me use one of their stools. The new manager, that didn't like me much anyway, told me that I would need an HR approved stool and could use the groomers stool. I had to have my doctor fill out an 8 page questionnaire, which he did, and she said she sent it to HR. Weeks went by with zero word on the stool, even though I asked nearly daily, and I was getting worse. On Christmas eve, it was very busy and I felt like I was going to pass out. We were short staffed and I told them I could stay and finish my shift if I could use a stool, otherwise I would have to go home. They told me to go home cuz I couldn't use any other stool that wasn't HR approved. That was the straw that broke the camel's back and I decided to quit. # #mythoughts #disabled #hr #Petsmart #badmanagers

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