When somebody promises you something, you think without a doubt it will happen. I always thought promises were never broken, but I realize now I was wrong. If I even thought what my work place had promised mw wasn’t true I would have quit years before I did. I gave up a lot for this job, and for them to treat me the way they did, it is enough to make me sick. I have never been more upset in my entire life.
When I was sixteen, I was in marketing class in high school. For this class I needed a job, so I applied at McDonalds. I originally got this job just because I need it for school, but a few weeks into working there I started to really enjoy the job. I worked in the production area, were we made the food. I quickly became one of the fastest employees there. I was a very reliable employee. I would come in on my days off, and I would come in early if they needed me to. I had become the managers favorite second shift worker.
I continued to work at McDonalds throughout the rest of my time in high school. The summer after I graduated they gave me a promotion to the second shift production manager. This gave me a dollar an hour raise and a garneted forty hours a week. Working all these hours was great for the money but it was not good for my education. I tried to start college class that fall, but I was not able to handle school and work. I continued to work hard and eventually I got rewarded with a promotion to assistant manager. At first, being an assistant manager was really a challenge. I had a lot of problems dealing with all the extra time I had to spend at work. I worked hard and got better. It wasn’t long I work up to the first assistant manager at my store.
After a year of being an assistant, my area supervisor told me that I was the next in line in Danville to be a general manager. They moved me to another to prepare me for being a general manager. I was sent to have a...