Published June 27, 2014 by suejansons

So, as those who follow me know, I have been looking for a new job. Well, I started a little while ago. It was far and the money wasn’t quite what I needed, but I needed a job. So, on I went to the new chapter, hoping for the best. After a month, I was told I was no longer needed. WOW! Not one word of things I did wrong. I was always on time. I was nice and cordial with everyone.

When I started, I was told that they have a hard time finding someone in the position I took. Should have been a sign. I got pretty much no training. Just dropped in and was expected to swim. I don’t know if the fact that I did not remember every single customer was the issue. When you are new, it is hard to keep track of everything, or is it just me?

I am now looking again. I am hoping to be able to blog more often while I am home searching. I have decided to try to get out of the construction industry, but I guess I will go where ever I have to. Sad, but true. Wish me luck, please. Rejection hurts.


5 comments on “Rejected!

  • Aw, what a crappy experience πŸ™‚ Something similar happened to me once, and it did leave a pretty bad taste in my mouth.

    Fingers crossed you find something much better soon, something you enjoy and where you’re appreciated. Keep us posted.


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