Either buck up or report it -- but know that there could be consequences if you do (even companies who have strong whistle-blower and no-retaliation policies struggle with retaliation).
Do you have any witnesses? If not, it's a he-said she-said situation.
I would start by documenting everything. Dates, details,...
I got fired from being assistant store manager at Kohl's.
I could do all the main aspects of the job. It still wasn't good enough.
I called HR and asked if I could ever work there again and they said no...not even as a cashier or supervisor.
Thoughts? I feel like my life is a failure now;(
i am IT manager working for a hotel chain 5+ years now my manager who is a regional manager wants me to hack personal emails for personal reasons if i say no i loose my job if i do it i dont feel good about it . i dont know what should i do i am feeling so much depressed and its causing me problems concentrating on...
I fired a young college grad from a position after 6 months.
The problem was that she cried a lot and she made a lot of mistakes.
A few days after I fired her (today), she texted me, "Lost my 9 days of paid vacation. Lost my health insurance. And HR told me that I can't ever work for this company again,...
I called my boss at work today (retail job) and told him I can’t come tomorrow for my shift that I am scheduled because I have a final exam in one of my college class in 2 days that I need to study for. He was mad at me on the phone but the thing is that I had requested that day off to study 3 weeks ago and they...
taking care of my grandma
I am very dumb.
For example, the other day my friend and I went to a tutoring center. They had a weird grading system. We also got employee shirts right away. I put mine on backwards. My boss called it out and it was really embarrassing. Then my friend picked up the grading system right away and I didn't get...
It could be time for a new job.
The problem is that there are people no matter where you go.
I prefer to work alone.
Do YOU apply for anything and everything or do YOU just apply to jobs that you’re at least halfway qualified for? (Even if it means that you’re only applying to 2 jobs per week)
I had an interview earlier today, and on Indeed they said they are offering 50,000 a year. But he asked me what my salary expecations were. So I said 3000-3500 a month. Is that asking too much?
Most jobs require you to deal with people at some point. If you need help you're most likely going to have to ask some one for help if you can't figure it out.
I didn't like dealing with customers. So I got a job in a ware house that where I wasn't facing customers all the time. I work with other...
Sorry to hear about that but if your job won't give you the hours you need then, you should start looking for jobs that will suit your availability and that you have relevant experience with.
Things like this don't stay the same for ever, specially if some one finds a way to do things cheaper.
There's a new position opening up for an accountant. I have a degree in accounting, but working as a receptionist in the company. The company has the position open. I asked my boss for the opportunity and he told me " I wont give it to you because that's not what you applied for." I feel like he...
Okay I am in college part time and work part time making minimum wage. I just got offered a job making two dollars more an hour with a more flexible schedule. My current job is alright but the management isn’t really nice. The new job wants me to start right away. What should I do? I have school, a kid... so it’s...
One of the managers came into our office to say she'd found some jewellery and said to pass the message around to our other sections so that if anyone had lost any, then she has it. I asked, "What kind of jewellery is it?" Thinking she'd answer a necklace, watch, earrings, etc, she said she...