I would like to write a story about a conflict I had with a past boss.
It had to deal with the fact that he did not want to hear my side of the story,
and listen totally to the customer. This has affected my life and the way I
work with my co-workers to this present date. I work at a home rental store,
we rent furniture, electronics, household appliances, and computers. We rent
practically anything that you can put in your house. We are the largest rent to
own company in the United States and in the United Kingdom. We currently have
over 1,100 stores and we have about 30,000 employees. I starte'd to work for the
company because I was going to junior college and needed a job to pay the bills.
At the time I was hired I lived with my parents and had car payments and credit
card payments. So I needed enough money to pay for the car and the cards. Also
in about a year I would be moving out into an apartment of my own, and I also
would be started to attend Sacramento State. I pay for my own schooling either
out of my pocket or by getting student loans.
When I first started working for this company they were short handed and
all the employees at the store I started at were new to each other. That is
they had worked for the company at other stores but had not worked together. I
was hired when the manager went to his yearly manager meeting in Reno.
When I was hired I was hired on as a delivery driver. The delivery driver is
responsible for all of the deliveries and pick-ups of store merchandise. The
only training that I received were two videos. One video was on "Smith's Safe
Driving Techniques", and the other was "In-Home Deliveries and In-Store
Deliveries". Through working with the company I learned many new things. We
got the newest and latest electronic equipment and computers, so I had to stay
on top of technology. All of this training I did by myself, no one helped me
out and no one... [continues]
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