I have a serious problem here, please only serious answers.?
I was at a bar with a freind who happens to be a casheir at Circle K, I was drinking and telling him that I thought one of the female casheirs was a b**ch. He told her what I said, and now she talked the manager and is trying to kick me out of the store. I tried to explain to them, holding empty grudges and mixing personal life withe business does not work in the corporate world. If I called her that while in the store in front of costumers, than I would understand. Do you think I will get a response if I go over the store manger's head and call the main corperate office? Or should I just let it be? Ok people, I am not an employee. I am a disgrunteld costumer.
Asked By: good_times_die - 3/28/2006
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The fact that she can't handle being called a b*tch is the issue here. Her skin is far too thin... More
Answered By: drowningpond - 3/29/2006
Additional Answers (22)
let it be im sure u can get a better job good luck
Answered By: monkeyattude2013 - 3/28/2006
if it is a real concern you could try going over thier head, but i think if i felt she was abitch then i'd be glad to just go somewhere else to enjoy myself anyways.
Answered By: bbw - 3/28/2006
She cant kick you out over that, its stoopid. It was said outta work, however, dont go over the managers head, he could make life difficult for ya hun, especially if he thinks you are going to someone else. Keep your head down and your mouth shut for a few weeks and it will blow over!Be careful who you confide in... More
Answered By: manslayer - 3/28/2006
i think you should just get over it. if i understood your story right...you don't actually work there so you could find a new place to shop or just ignore the situation.
Answered By: mel - 3/28/2006
Um, why would you want to go there anyway? Especially if they are that dumb...are there no other convenience stores for you? Avoid the drama.
Answered By: Mama - 3/28/2006
Freedom of speech baby! Go over the guys head. If you didn't do it in front of customers then the most that will happen is a slap on the wrist. If she's trying to get you kicked out for something silly like your opinion, which you are free to have, then she reall IS a bit(h. Good luck... More
Answered By: furnace4bro - 3/28/2006
How do you get "corporate world" out of "circle K" employees? And, you didn't clarify if you work there, or just shop there. If you work there, no big job loss. Let it be...who cares, she's a B with and itch, and he can't keep his mouth shut, so what's to loose?
Answered By: maat13101 - 3/28/2006
Seriously: Grow up and quit getting so drunk that you say mean things about people.
Answered By: spamfighter613 - 3/28/2006
You might try apologizing to the girl. You don't have to mean it. Tell you were drunk and didn't know what you were saying.
Answered By: firedup - 3/28/2006
Let it go find a better job and then tell them to shove it.
Answered By: PANCHA - 3/28/2006
Just let it be. What I would wonder is why my friend would betray my trust.
Answered By: epix1 - 3/28/2006
Well i would contact the corporate office if u are told to leave the store and u want to shop there. They can not make u leave if u are not making trouble in the store! If u tell the story u just told then they will call the manager and probably tell him he cant do that....Try to let it go unless it becomes a problem... More
Answered By: jibbers4204 - 3/28/2006
you should go to the manager yourself and tell him that your personal life has nothing to do with what goes on in the company and as long as it stays that way they have no reason to fire you.
Answered By: ruth2003004 - 3/28/2006
Approach your manager and tell him/her that you're aware of something going on with you concerning something you said... More
Answered By: PrincessIvory - 3/28/2006
You need to go to her about the problem and apologize to her even if you didn't directly call her a bi$$$. Your job should not be effected by your personal feelings towards a co-worker.
Answered By: caren_hill - 3/28/2006
i think u should be plain out brave and tell here y u thought that and then she might understand and u wont get in any trouble
Answered By: niko1882 - 3/28/2006
Let it be, A better job is waiting and that was not where you should be I bet it's already awkward to go to work.
Answered By: mammamia - 3/28/2006
Accept this as a life lesson - you need to be guarded when letting others you work with (including those "friends" that work with you) about your negative attitude towards others. Although your friend has broken their trust with you, it doesn't dismiss that you should have not shared with a co-worker your feelings... More
Answered By: ravioli68 - 3/28/2006
Not only would I call the "corporate office" to explain myself, but I would also write a letter to the manager himself, and "cc" it to the corporate offices. This way the manager cannot just ignore the letter, knowing that an exact duplicate has been sent to his superiors. If you explain yourself, apologize for what... More
Answered By: keri l - 3/28/2006
pray about it, I'm sure it'll work out. I think you should choose who you tell those things to, as well. Know who can keep a secret
Answered By: lostmyslipper24 - 3/28/2006
Well from what i've heard the customer is always right.
Answered By: JJJ - 3/28/2006
i would just let it ride unless they they try to keep u out then i would go straight to the top
Answered By: dark angel - 3/28/2006
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