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FML - The follow-up
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OP here to explain further, I'm a manager for a big and tall clothing store and hygiene is covered in the training manual. he was wearing the EXACT Same clothing everyday he worked(multiple days in a row). the stains, wrinkles, abd odor constantly increased. I really don't feel like I was bullying him and I even offered to help purchase him new clothes. he took offense to that as well and went on a rant about how his family is ridiculously wealthy. his work ethic was atrocious, he stopped every
By Zatnikatel - / Wednesday 31 July 2013 14:15 / United States - Overland Park
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By  Zatnikatel  |  13

OP here to explain further, I'm a manager for a big and tall clothing store and hygiene is covered in the training manual. he was wearing the EXACT Same clothing everyday he worked(multiple days in a row). the stains, wrinkles, abd odor constantly increased. I really don't feel like I was bullying him and I even offered to help purchase him new clothes. he took offense to that as well and went on a rant about how his family is ridiculously wealthy. his work ethic was atrocious, he stopped every

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  eyepuppy  |  27

You really come across this everywhere. You will always be able to find that person who feels that they do no wrong. I had that happen to a new intern, who was promptly let go.

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He sounds like the standard man-child. Oblivious to the possibility that the world doesn't revolve around him getting his way, and also unable to atone for his own actions. I think you're better off ignoring him than anything.

By  DocBastard  |  38

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  Ambient25  |  24

You can always fight that complaint by asking management if they agree with your actions. Then again, if you're not his supervisor, they might not favor your bluntness.

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