I worked at a restaraunt with no limits on hiring family members. I am an employee and also the relief manager.
The exe.mgr. allows her granddaughters and family members (6 in all) to do things against the rules without any warnings or write-ups but if reg. employees break the same rules they are written up, screamed at or sent home for the day.
I have talked about the unfairness and wrong doing and how she can never run the business correct with respect from her employees with this behavior….do you think this would be a case for unemployment benefits if I file a claim.
I have never been written up or have any misconducts. I have dealt with this,talked about it,had many promises it would be dealt with and she would talk to all her family and make them follow rules like everyone else, but it never happens. I have made myself sick with worry and it really bothers me to see good people treated and talked to so bad like she does.
Yes I know well how it feels to be on the receiving end of her harsh, hurtful and rude comments.
Thank you for any advice in this matter.
Well you told me a personal story, but you did not tell me if you quit or were fired from your job.
If you quit your job .. it would be a tough go. k
If you were fired .. then we’re talking about an employer’s failure to “uniformly enforce the rules” .. and whether anything you did do was good cause for termination.
Even though you didn’t tell me .. I’m guessing you quit.
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