This one time, my manager asked me to put my phone in the “back” (breakroom) because she saw me on it. Is she allowed to do that?
Should I list her as beneficiary, dependent, or both??
I noticed they are taking cashier, janitor, security, and other jobs .Many young people are trying to get those jobs, and the positions are taken.
Ask your boss for a stamp that causes less noise. This lady must have ADD if she's distracted by that.
Maybe you should talk to HR about the complaint, and let them know that you've done nothing wrong.
Everyone works hard so they don't need to work in fast food...but everyone needs to start somewhere.
Honestly, some people are just miserable and they take it out on those they consider less than themselves...when in reality, anyone being rude to a fast food worker is the problem.
I currently work a dead-end job with a boss whose expectations are not only unclear, but often unreasonable. The environment is stressful, and many don’t feel respected. As a result, three of my coworkers have resigned over the last few months. I feel like I don’t have a way out because my boss is counting on me,...
Apparantely one of my supervisors reported me to the higher ups (head office) for breaking the company rules. And I'm in trouble.It's been a week and I haven't heard anything. Does it take this long?
That really sucks.
The likelihood is that, your promotion was contingent upon
the other person’s departure.
Since that person didn’t actually depart yet, the spot isn’t
This is just a manner of reasoning.
You can always call your company’s Human Resources
Department but make it...
The corporations I worked for all have had programs to help employees enhance their education as long as it was in the field they worked . Smaller companies may not have these benefits but the only way to know is ask . " Hay, will our company help me pay to go to school for an associates degree in my field...
Obviously we do no wrong to warrant this attitude. This early 60 year old woman in our office now and again won't speak to certain ones in the office, and now it's my turn. What's the psychology behind this behaviour?
It doesn't affect my work, but at the same time, it is unpleasant and I have to...
I had an interview at the headquarters location of a major company a little over a week ago. I followed up with a thank you note two days later and was told they would follow up with me when they got feedback from each manager I interviewed with (a total of 4). How long should I wait before either reaching out to...
I know it sounds silly but I always find myself crying involuntarily on the way to work. My job isn't even that bad it's just a dumb waiter job. I don't hate the job either. I don't know why I'm crying. It's like a weird reaction that I can't control. Does this happen to anyone else? Or...
I did, until August.
Or does not everyone have management abilities for retail?
our minimum wage is $12 so any job would pay that. If minimum was 7.25 you would need a small amount of skill to earn 25K a year or less. Truck driver, gutter cleaner, roofer almost any skilled job or hard job. Unskilled like retail or fast food probably pays less. Waiting tables should pay that or more with tips.
Keep in mind this is a customer service retail job, not an office job. I’ve wanted to work at this company for years, and when they finally decided to interview/hire me I got so excited and accept the position without any hesitation. I then realized the job was not what it was cracked up to be in my head. I thought...