Sometimes the reasoning for being laid off on the first day has got nothing to do with the employee but falls down to ridiculous expectations from employers who believe that if they hired you — they own you.
Not when it comes to Pita Pit. There is no way the staff will let the all mighty boss take advantage and take the tips.
Every company has its own policies. These would usually cover health and safety, uniforms, sick leave and days off, and even an organized complaint policy system dedicated for the employees to share their thoughts and feelings.
In no company at any time, have we ever heard of an even-number-firing policy. Is this Noah's ark and all must go in (or go out) two by tow?
When You Depend on Someone for Your Success!
Well, we guess if there is no one to train the new employee, it can be difficult to....train the new employee. But don't these places have backups? And another thing, did they really expect someone who was obviously not that good at their job, to train someone in a sufficient way?
Maybe potential candidates should ask if the place is well organized with trainers during their interview.
Are You Sure I Was Hired?
Being sacked on the first day of your new job is one thing, but being sacked without even knowing you had the job? We think the HR people at this place should have some training done, just to assure they know how to tell the difference between people who actually got the job, and people that haven't.
And for you, who got fired without even knowing you were hired, try seeing if you are entitled to compensation following dismissals without prior notice.
It's not clear what the position was but it's clear that whatever was, the folks at Ikea did not want this person working for them. They made that clear five times, which begs the question, what made this person attempt this so many times?
We all love putting together stylish Swedish furniture, but how desperate we are to work there? Probably not as much as this person.