I am upset right now. There is a company I sometimes do work for, it is one that I can just sign up to work when I want to. I do not have to work but if I sign up for a job I have to be there. My grandma passed away last week and I have family in town. I did not sign up to work. I got a call last night asking why I was not there. I told him I was not signed up to work. I explained why. He acted rude and like he didn't believe me. He said "I don't have time to get into all that right now, I have to hustle to find a replacement for you now!" I logged online to my schedule to verify and printed out the evidence I was not scheduled. I am upset at the mans attitude toward me, to the point where I am not certain I want to work for them anymore. This is not our main source of income, although the extra I have earned through them has been very helpful. Should I just quit over this or stick it out anyway?
Answer by happi-ladi at 2:16 PM on Jan. 24, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 2:16 PM on Jan. 24, 2009
This happened to me too, and I told them that I was going to contact the EOC (Equal Opportunity Commission) and told them that I was being treated unfairly by a equal opport employer and they then called back and apologized and offered me a job the next day. I then thought about it and told him that because of his unprofessionalism that I would rather not return. If you dont' need it, find something else to do. If you can get him to treat you better when you call back then use your gut.
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