I'll try to keep it short and simple here as I am sitting at a train station I walked to after saying that to Karen. (Yes that's her name and she OWNS it). I work in a greenhouse nursery, a very large one at that we have 32 different greenhouses on the property. We have been extremely short staffed for months so we are running id say about 2 months behind on work. Anyways I was cleaning out greenhouse #4 all morning when my boss comes in and asks what's going on? I respond with “oh nothing much” she interrupted me and says “yeah it seems like it.” I wish I could of seen the look of amazement on my face with her response. If she didn't cut me off I was going to explain the giant task I was assigned that would take me all day to do. I…
Fully remote job requires vaccine
Starting when manager is on vacation
I've had 2 jobs and both started me when the manager was on vacation. 2. I quit both of them immediately. Who thinks it's ok to start a new employee in this situation? I'm sorry, that's disrespectful to their employees. I'm new, so they don't owe me anything, but they do owe their employees. Someone is taking on their management duties and training along with their extra work due to being short staffed. If you ever wonder why a position is open, they usually show you.
Does anyone else experience this? I will have a company constantly pester me with messages and emails asking me to apply through indeed. And then when I finally do, they notify me to apply through their website. Is this indeed doing this or is it the employers that are sending the messages? And if it's the employers, can I report them? I feel like it's such a waste of time to have to apply twice and it just clogs up my email inbox with spam messages.
Need Mediation/Legal Advice
State of Wisconsin. I informally wrote a letter to the State department concerning wrongful payment of my accrued PTO. (Can provide more details if needed). The State department sent a letter to the company, which in turn asked to be sent to mediation. What should I expect at the mediation or go prepared with? I am hoping to NOT hire an attorney for the mediation. It appears I may need to have an offer? or counter offer ready?
Anyone wanna riff or point towards similar/same ideas, this is you time. Get that money. Money is distribution of speach, print, radio, etc, as well as physical stability of images such as the burger joint billboard sign that I don't get to erase from my field of vision.