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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

Chav problems

Lol


Americans don't know what chavs are.
post #17 of 31
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

don't quit. make him force you out

+ 1. Don't quit.


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Lol
Americans don't care what chavs are.

Ftfy
post #19 of 31
Let him force you out. Severance/Unemployment $$$
post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Said the reason he's so angry is because I'm leaving soon and he had high hopes for me in the company.

Poppycock. Employees come and go. Managers are expected to behave professionally. Had he previously discussed you shelving your studies to pursue the future of shelve stocking? That's employee development, i.e., the stuff managers are supposed to do. Had he considered that once you complete your studies you may have been inclined to return to the company? Sure seems like he was burning bridges.
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Let him force you out. Severance/Unemployment $$$
Not if he has less than 6 months service (soon to be two years) or his contract says he gets it sooner. As long as its not discrimination they can get rid for any reason they like with no severance pay.
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Originally Posted by fuji 
He always yells at me for slouching when I put stuff on the shelves, he said it's because he's worried about my spinal health. Maximum trolling.

wow
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About a week ago he wrapped a bunch of tape across a room in the hope it would trip me over or something. I walked around it. He started saying how dumb I am for walking around it instead of going under it. Is this real life? He's always going on about how fast we have to work in the night shift to get the store ready for the next day yet he has time for this shit? Strong maturity.

wow. you know you could cry 'employee endangerment' or something like that.
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wow. you know you could cry 'employee endangerment' or something like that.
Or you could just work hard and keep your head down and get promoted etc etc.
post #25 of 31
Having worked in supermarkets in the same town as Fuji I can say that management level employees are, 99% of the time, just the least brain damaged staff on the shop floor. Even to the point of branch managers who earn up to £60,000 a year would struggle to perform well in a "normal" corporate environment. Supermarket work is almost always the only way someone of bellow average skill or intelligence will be able to forge something of a career for themselves.

Don't take it personally, go off to university and come back with an entry-level job in a normal field knowing that you are the one they have to serve.
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post

Having worked in supermarkets in the same town as Fuji I can say that management level employees are, 99% of the time, just the least brain damaged staff on the shop floor. Even to the point of branch managers who earn up to £60,000 a year would struggle to perform well in a "normal" corporate environment. Supermarket work is almost always the only way someone of bellow average skill or intelligence will be able to forge something of a career for themselves.
Don't take it personally, go off to university and come back with an entry-level job in a normal field knowing that you are the one they have to serve.
Having once gone into a Tesco in the same town as Fuji I can say that 99% of employees have 6 fingers on each hand.
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Having once gone into a Tesco in the same town as Fuji I can say that 99% of employees have 6 fingers on each hand.


I legit think 2 of the people I worked with were inbred. Definitely one of them, it was always lolzy watching the news with him during break because he'd ask what words like economics was and what ratios were. Also the stock market confused the fuck out of him, got really confused by the up and down arrows and the percentages.


Sadly I no longer work for Sainsburys, I quit on wednesday because I'm starting at the LSE in like a month. In my last month there my boss basically just let me do whatever I wanted accept I had to be partnered up with someone the whole time.
post #28 of 31
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Having once gone into a Tesco in the same town as Fuji I can say that 99% of employees have 6 fingers on each hand.

inigo montoya would make a killing spree if he ever sets foot in that town.
post #29 of 31
Today I got my annual reminder of why I can't stand Cambridge plod.
post #30 of 31
Was it the hail stones, flood, Morris dancing or the animal rights protests? Yesterday was not a good day for anyone in Cambridge.
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