First, when I was asked to an interview, the owner called and said he was an employee in charge of calling applicants for interviews. It was the owner. When I was in the interview, I could tell it was the owner's voice that I had talked to the day before. He wanted an artist because the one he had couldn't get along with his dumb a$$. He asked me to draw for him. Fine. So I did. He wanted me to create a beach sorority T-Shirt but I couldn't draw people in it. In other words he wanted me to re-create on paper bland Jimmy Buffet clip art.
I drew for that moron for nearly three hours and still the moron wanted more. He finally hired me then wanted me to work in every department in the shop even though I was hired for the position of artist. He had me in a training session for his T-shirt pricing ritual with one of the most spiteful and two-faced person I'd ever met.
Even though there was no problem with my training she reported that I wasn't getting it. It wasn't my job in the first place and really I did understand it. Therefore the very next day Mr. Shoemaker put me through a second interview after the fact that I was hired to torture me futher with his desire to have me re-create clip-art for the fool. I was angry about this. Who wouldn't be. The employer was being unreasonable and when I showed the signs of frustration toward this he said I was fired and I had to clock out.
This person needs to stop torturing applicants and lying to his employees about everything under the sun. His employees despise him and count the lies they hear everyday. And he treats local artist he hires on a freelance basis like they are garbage over the phone. He said he used to be a waiter but decided it wasn't the job for him because no one was interested in his opinion. Your opinion doesn't matter if your a g@%&%#$ waiter. The company name is stupid as well: Eat Mo Tees. That's a phrase associated with ruining a product.
Columbia, South Carolina