Have you ever had enough of a job and just decided one day to quit but in legendary fashion? Asking because a Burger King in Lincoln, Nebraska had their entire crew quit in spectacular fashion. And before we think that they were spoiled, think again, this is from the General Manager of the store, "Flores [the GM} said the restaurant is short staffed and she would end up working 50 to 60 hours a week. She said at one point they did not have working air conditioning in the kitchen, where temperatures reached 90 degrees. Flores had to go to the hospital after becoming dehydrated." That sounds like a dedicated staff that in the end was just fed up with being treated like a commodity and not as human beings. #foodservice #jobsearch #quit
The Cosmetology school where I was Academic Director was sold to an ethnic woman. She put it all over the web that it was the only school in the city that was owned and operated by her race. I had an 84 mile commute every day. She hired 3 new Instructors of her race, and gave them 26-30 hours a week, and cut me back to 3 1/2 hours a day 3 days a week. I believe her plan was to tap my brain and fire me. I wasn't going to be a fool and give her that satisfaction. I talked to my supervisor from the school the other day and she said none of the requirements they should be doing for the Dept. Of Education or the Accreditation agencies have been followed since I left, and no one knows how to follow the set procedures. I couldn't draw unemployment because I didn't try to negotiate with her before I quit, but I don't regret it for a minute.
Hi, how do you go about explaining to a potential employer that you quit. I gave a two week notice and then had words with my supervisor and quit.
I'm also trying to transition to a new field which is making things double difficult
Hi my name is James. I worked for a company for 4 years and was doing a good job regardless of how things went. I wanted to become an assistant manager so I asked but they said no I wasnt qualified for it, after that they just kept me in the dark for the job. I know I needed more experience, but isn't it a manager's job supposed to teach you the ropes of the ASM. Anyways, I've seen new people come in for 2-4 months of working and automatically there a manager with no experience just favoritism. I opened/set up other stores I was the only one who was doing that. So that's my story. PS: sorry for the explaination I don't know how to write things correctly.
Interesting little article claiming the 1 reason people quit is when they feel disrespected. Have you quit an employer before? If so, why? What advice would you give to a fellow Jobcaser who is thinking about quitting today?