Supervisors.. especially the toxic ones
Question: You if course should respect them and ask for help if needed but what if they're acting in a more immature behavior towards you and other coworkers? Solution: You should give them a straight answer that they expect but you shouldn't fear them. What i mean is dont just yell at them because you're going to get fired. What i mean is if they ask you like "In your supervisor and you should be scared of me huh?Then just say "sorry ma'am/sir" and focus on your priorities. Heres why; you aren't the only one dealing with a sensitive supervisor. Sooner or later that supervisor will be talked to by someone higher than him or her. Just the help of your coworkers, you guys will be fine. #question #advice #toxicsupervisors
has anyone ever heard of a company was hiring and then applied but then got an email from the place that they have no positions open that fit your interest?
That just happened to me, but I also emailed them back and said im actually open to work any postion they have open.
Hoping that email will get me somewhere.
How do they work? I started last month at a location in MA (just moved to MA) and my manager says I have to type into the computer how much I made in tips when clocking out. Is this legal? I thought tips were an added bonus on top of getting paid an hourly wage. Any help is greatly appreciated thank you.