Who's at fault, me or my employer?Watch
Apparently there were some aspects of the job that weren't for me and that I didn't look like I was enjoying myself. (I was, I was just tired)
But I'll start with my side of the story:
They put my first shift on a Sunday (which I'm sure everyone knows that restaurants are busy on Sundays).
They didn't really give me any proper training, just kinda dumped me on a colleague and I had to shadow her all day.
They didn't have me fill out any forms (bank details, emergency contacts, etc.) on the first day - ironically, this was done the day I was fired.
They didn't really teach me how to place orders, kinda had to always ask where something was on the system
I felt like they were just giving me tasks that no one else wanted to do, it made me feel like I was just another task on their to do lists.
On my first day, only got a 15 minute break for lunch
On my last day, didn't get a break until 3:30, started at 10:30
I don't know, I just feel really disheartened - but who's at fault here, me or my employer?