I’m fifteen and in the 10th grade. When I started working at McDonald’s I was thrown on the front register with nobody else up there to help me, the A. Manager didn’t train me and every time I asked her a question she rolled her eyes did it with no explanation and walked away. [...]more
Right after I graduated from High school I found a job at a local Frozen Yogurt shop, The same day I got the interview I was hired and began working the night shift that day. I really liked it because I was the only guy besides the manager and the rest of the workers were [...]more
So i’ve been working at Maccas for 7 months now and let me tell you, if it wasn’t for my broke ass, then i would of quit ages ago. On my 1st and 2nd training shifts i was taught how to fry fries, and guess that was pretty easy (not a lot of work). On [...]more
I started working at the Applebees in Wisconsin Rapids in October. When I was hired I was told I was going to be a bartender, but on my first day they trained me as a server. I asked the manager about this and she said its because the bartenders serve food and they wanted me [...]more
I have only been working for AMC Theaters for 5 short months.
For $8 per hour I have been forced to:
-pick up vomit
-stay at work after being thrown up on
-clean poop off of walls
-get called multiple names by customers and still have to stay and be nice
-do hard labor until 1 in the morning
-get called a [...]
This story is long, but please take your time to read it. It contains some things that might make you think twice about the things that go on behind the golden arches…
I began working for McDonald’s in Australia last year, and if my experiences were in the contract’s terms and conditions then I never would [...]
I don’t live in America, so our job description is a little different then yours.
We mostly work with ventilated patients, but we trouble shoot monitors and other medical equipment. We are technicians, and therapists.
Anyways, I get a call at 1 am saying the HFO isn’t working on a 2 year old. Little did I know then [...]
Love my job, should’ve know the truth, and can’t STAND my Co-workers
So I know, that title says a lot huh? I’m kinda all over the place with that one. I suppose I should start from the top.
I spent 2 HARD years and 25K obtaining my BSN, and finally graduated in Dec ‘10. Whoopty whoop! The hard [...]
I waited my whole life to go to nursing school and become a nurse. Nursing school was rough and I had one abusive instructor, but I stuck with it until I graduated with my BSN. After school, I went from one nightmare job to another. I suffered horrible anxiety attacks, vomiting and severe [...]more
When I graduated from college my first job was in retail. Fry’s Electronics, how I loathe this word. I landed the job by asking cafeteria worker if Fry’s was hiring. I basically talked to the manager and filled out an application. Then got hired.
The training was a lame 1960s video, which had nothing relating to [...]