I was hired into mcdj INC. on an entry level position.They had never hired entry level prior. I have the right attitude and am great with customers. The add said will train the right person. I am an average learner and consider myself to be bright and intellegent person. After 2 months of employment I was called to managers office and she said I was not going to work out and was terminating my employment. I asked why because I thought I was doing a great job and my personal best as an entry level. I had made small common mistakes here and there but to be expected with any no prior experience employee. She said I just wasn't what she was looking for and couldn't do the job as fast without the experience. I felt terrible. How do you knowingly hire someone in without the experience just to turn around and fire them? It takes time to learn all that intailed that job. I felt I was just getting the hang of everything and doing a good job-expecially because I had quick, inadequit training! I was confused and tried to debate this with her and she said she didn't want a discussion, she wanted someone else, and then went on to say she could have a bright high school girl right out of high school or her 12 year old daughter do a better job then I. I was apolled! The job itself was overwelming and had a high work load and little pay. Other employees had told me that's why the last 4 employees in that position had quit. I feel she was being compleatly unfair! She also fired me before my 90 days so I don't get any compinsation and I waisted all my time, effort, and 400.00 on office cloths. During the duration of employment I was happy, on time, and never missed a day, and did my personal best because I wanted to keep that job. I have a feeling I was wronged by this company.
scott land, Michigan