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Monday, January 25, 2010

AND JUSTICE FOR ALL...

As i said in a previous article the last six months i am unemployed. The reason? One guy from the counting house did a big mistake and the foreman with other people said that the mistake was mine. The irony? My job had nothing to do with counting house. I was working in the warehouse (actually it was refrigeration) the company. Probably some people didn 't want me any more there. After five years in the company they discovered that i wasn 't good enough for my job.
   I received today a phone call from a friend who told me that my ex supervisor in the warehouse had a serious car accident. So i called him to wish for a good recovery and to ask if he 's okay. My ex supervisor asked me if anyone from the company called me to offer my job back. I said no and if they will call me i won 't accept. Why? Because the guy who had serious car accident cannot work in the warehouse for one year and they need experienced employees. That means they will not do it because they like me. They are not in so good situation. Less experienced employees, more products, more deals, bigger warehouses. But who tells me they won 't treat me after one or two years exactly like the way they did six months ago?
   My answer, if they will call me, will be "NO" for sure. They didn't care about me when they let me without job. They didn 't care if i owe money to the bank. Thay just said: "Take it like a good chance to develop youself to have advancement". Excuse me? Are you serious? Do you hear what you 're saying? Why should i help them? It 's time for pay back and justice for all.

7 comments:

  1. I've been outa work for a while too. Mainly because this is a season town but SC has one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation. That makes it even harder to get any job!
    Bryan
    www.allstartalent.blogspot.com

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  2. Good luck with finding the right job.

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  3. @WBryan Dangerous So I guess you have a hard time too.
    @A Good Moroccan Thanks a lot.

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  4. Thanks for visiting my rabbit blog. We have something in common, I'm mostly unemployed as well ! Hope you find something soon.

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  5. @d.moll, l.ac I guess we are out of luck both. Cheers.

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  6. Wow. I can appreciate you're feeling this way. Here in the US, jobs are hard to find! I admire you for standing up for what you believe. I'd probably take the job (temporarily) and continue to look for work elsewhere and quit as soon as I found something better.
    Here, jobs are nowhere to be found for a lot of people!
    Thanks for the comment at my place.

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  7. @Kathryn Hello Kathryn and welcome. Well you know all this job thing is the same in all over the world. Financial crisis led many people to be unemployeeds. This is global phenomenon. Well i am standing up like that 'cause i know they won't want me back for real and i am pretty sure i will get through the whole bad situation l;ike i did six months ago.

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