I work at Starbucks and my shift supervisor is really creepy. He is not the manager, just the supervisor for my shift.
Whenever he walks behind me at work he says "behind you" but then also grasps my should every time. It makes me VERY UNCOMFORTABLE that he touches me. I have tried giving him glances of disapproval when this happens, and it does not seem to register.
One day when I was leaving work, he said I needed to clock out early so he could speak with me. I went in the back room and he asked me if I liked my job and then told me other employees had complained that I took something as a personal attack when told a different way to do something. That is not my style of handling things, and I am new working there, so I accept suggestions easily. I almost felt like he was making the story up. I also feel like he isn't supposed to have these conversations with me if he is not the manager. He also asked me what I like to do in my free time when we were alone.. I thought this was very strange and it also made me feel uncomfortable..
He also makes comments inappropriate for work such as "thats what she said" jokes in front of all of the employees. The other day he walked in the back singing a song about girls shaking their butts..
Its all very inappropriate.
I haven't said anything to my manager because honestly I feel uncomfortable and I am new. I do not want this back-lashing on me that I am too sensitive or that I am overreacting, or that he is a normal person. And I don't want to bring up to her this story I think he made up.
How can I resolve this creepiness and uncomfortable feeling at work?
I recently got hired as a full time crew member at Wendy's.
I want to eventually become a Shift Supervisor there.
How long (how many years) does it take to get promoted from crew to shift supervisor?
and how easy is it to get such a job?
I'm applying for a Shift Supervisor at CVS Pharmacy in Las Vegas. The application asks what you expect to be paid. I'm not sure what to put for this because I'm not sure what the going rate is. I don't want to put something too low and screw myself; however, I don't want to put something too high and have it look ridiculous either.
We are in the manufacturing industry and we're looking to hire somebody to take on some of the responsibilities that I have been doing on a daily basis to unload myself to do other tasks. What title should we give the person who will be doing the following daily tasks:
1. Quoting new and recurring jobs for customers.
2. Processing and tracking orders in ERP system.
3. Working with 1st & 2nd shift supervisors on scheduling and job progress.
4. Frequent communication with customes via email & phone
We were thinking something along the lines of a "Customer Relations Coordinator."
I am a single mom with 2 kids and I work for the US Army in a clinical laboratory. I have just graduated from college with an MBA but I am not sure how to find my first job in a new career field. I am an evening shift supervisor at my job but honestly I do not have any upper level management experience. I have applied for some government intern jobs but I am not ex-military so and they have preference for these jobs. It seems that there should be somewhere where my healthcare experience would give me an edge but I am not really sure where to begin. I am not limiting my search to healthcare though I am really just interested in finding a position that will offer me some management experience. Being a single mom though, I can’t really just volunteer or take an unpaid internship since I am the only support for my kids.
Any suggestions would be great!
I'm looking for a job, and there's a shift supervisor position available at a Wendy's. What exactly is a shift supervisor's job?
This is for a database. It will list the different types of contacts for a job. I came up with department manager, director of public affairs, human resources director, other, owner, shift supervisor, and vice president. Can you think of anymore?
I have worked for this company for 7 years. They want to get rid of four shift supervisor to make one day and 1 nignt supervisor. They offered me a job which will still cut my pay in half. I am on the verge of having to file bankruptcy.
Hi, i went on the Starbucks website and looked for careers and it said Baristas and Shift Supervisors, does anyone know what this means, and if i can do it. I am 15years old.
I work in coffeshop and my shift supervisor just had to make calls to few job applicants and it appeared that two of them are his friends from high school. He was not enthiustiastic about it saying that working with friends will feel awkward. The same opinion had many other of my co-workers.
How about you? Would u want your friend in your worplace?
I'm in the process of getting my associates, and will continue on with a bachelors and a masters. My dream far far away from now is to own a franchise. Right now, I'm just wondering if I could get a more serious, business job while working my way through school so I can get a little experience and decide if I like the competitive business world. I also need to decide how to narrow my degree... such as marketing, sales, advertisig, law, and all the other options. Are there any good jobs, that will take a college student learning business? I right now work in fast food, and am about to be promoted to Night Shift Supervisor... which is great but its not what I'm in college for.
Let's say, if both the shift supervisor and the Manager recommended me?
(My first job, and it's been two weeks, and I keep calling, but I don't want to be annoying, everyone else says that I should keep calling, it shows interest, but I'm sure they don't want to keep getting calls from a 16 year old bothering them about the status of her application.)
Also, this company is called Byrne Dairy, it's a cross between a mini market and a deli, because they make gorgeous, delicious pizza and sandwiches ;)
I am a shift supervisor at a retail chain. The pay is low, the hours suck, and I end up doing more work than my supervisor and boss put together on a typical day. Some of my family have gotten into really good companies through temporary employment agencies. My concern is leaving a full time, permanent position (even if it is a horrible job). What do you guys think??
I'm becoming a shift supervisor. I smoke pot daily and I need to know if they us a piss test or hair test?
I live in Springfield MA and seeking a position at costco because i heard it pays good. I work at a restaurant and get paid $9.50 an hour and im a shift supervisor, sad i know. Anyone know what costco starts you out at? Im looking into stocking and receiving positions.
My mil has taken on a graveyard shift job, on top of fostering and recently adopting two toddlers. With that, my bil recently got his drivers permit, and she usually lets him drive so she can sleep. Is this allowed?
Interviewed and took job as 3rd shift supervisor, they failed to tell me that they had a system where either of the other two supers could bump me and push me to a shift that makes it impossible for me to see my kids.
I am currently a Barista at Starbucks. I am hoping to be promoted to Shift Supervisor next month but if that doesn't happen, I will need to pick up a second job. I enjoy making drinks and I think it would be a lot of fun working as a Bartender at a restaurant. I have no experience making drinks with alcohol, but I am hoping that seeing I am a Barista will show that I have the capability of learning to make many drinks and be fast. What do you think?
I just received my AA Degree in Social and Behavioral Studies and I'm applying for this entry level management position (Shift Supervisor) for this casual dining restaurant. Do you think my AA Degree will make me a good candidate for the job. They ask for some experience but no previous management experience is necessary. I've worked in retail for 6 years and some background in food.
What are the requirements for this particular job or at what level or position do I have to work and how long?