Yes my manager at Asda warehouse was a middle aged woman too. But when i worked in Poundland in 2014 the manager was male and looked about 30. He was a real piece of **** too but not as bad as the female Asda manager.(Original post by _icecream)
It's always middle aged women bosses why am I surprised they always seem to have a problem with me
At Poundland I had to work one month for free as work experience before i was given the job and they make you work til 11pm sometimes
The job centre arranged it because i asked to do it because when i used to apply myself id get no replies back. But i realised how much i hated it. I saw my cousin whom i had not seen for years in there as a customer and he said i should get a better job than that. At first i was offended because i thought well at least im working then months later i realised he was right.
I never thought id end up working in a pound shop because when i was just a customer i would tell myself id hate to work there. I hated it so much that i decided i dont want to work in retail anymore and to go back to Admin type jobs i used to do as retail pays crap wages. But I worked in BHS in Walthamstow in 2013 and that was such fun. We always had a laugh and the managers were really nice and chilled out. My manager was so laid back he would stand outside the shop smoking a spliff and asking staff to join him. But i dont smoke. One time they organised a fashion show inside the shop and the models were the employees, i was too shy to take part in modelling but it was such a laugh to watch people making a fool of themselves. I was asked to stand by the doors and hand out glasses of wine to customers and they let us drink the wine too. BHS always take peoples cvs at customer service and you dont need any experience but when i used to apply myself i never get replies back but i only got it through the job centre sending me on a work programme at Reed
Argument at work with my manager
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