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By contracted / Monday 22 August 2016 05:49 / United States - Concord
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By  Tripartita  |  43

Have you considered performing small acts to express your dissatisfaction with the company? I'd recommend starting off by burning the building down and working your way up from there.

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By  Cow_Girl_Lilly  |  24

Sorry OP. But bright side, you heard back from them.

By  WinterChild  |  20

Hopefully they can at least give you a letter of reference that attests to you doing the job well and being able to train employees. Good luck on your job hunt.

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  littlebuck84  |  12

Thinking back on my comment, I realized it sounded like I was saying you are pretty. I didn't mean it like that, no offense but I don't know what you look like. I was calling you a goddess because your response was awesome.

By  Tripartita  |  43

Have you considered performing small acts to express your dissatisfaction with the company? I'd recommend starting off by burning the building down and working your way up from there.

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Unfortunately that's true. They'd rather hire from outside than risk moving up a worker that functions well where they are cause they fear disruption. Companies have been working like this for a while now. This is why a LOT of people hate the companies they work for. If you act too nice they take you for granted. Act fickle and they chase you. It's like dating now.

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  Fairyjoshy  |  13

Corporations wonder why employees aren't showing loyalty to them - it might help if corporations started showing loyalty to their employees first. Things like this piss me off.

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This surprised me ,but then again, I'm from the DC area where everyone and all their family members, friends, neighbors, and dog walker's second cousin once removed works for the government either directly or indirectly. Promotions are almost always from within. Though on this note, there is no such thing as a raise in the government. just promotions. for those directly working for the government at least...

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  shortea09  |  4

Clearly the OP is qualified if they are in fact currently, and have been, doing the job. AND have been placed in the role of trainer for the new hire.

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