About three years ago my husband decided to change careers. He was tired of restaurant management and all the hours that go into it...so he/we made a choice to make a big plunge into the world of "commission only". At first he was so impressed with your company. It seemed so family oriented and he loved all the training opportunities. He stuck with you...even when things were tough financially! About a year and a half ago he was promoted to manager and he moved his family away from their home and family and friends to a new state. At first things were so good...he loved his Regional Manager and felt support from the upper upper management. He worked hard...he never called in sick, he was ALWAYS loyal. As the economy started to fail his pay got smaller and smaller...it got so small and he was so nervous...I was nervous too...I got a job outside the home, even though I already had a lovely job at home, raising our six children. As his pay got smaller his duties got bigger...as, for some reason, you all decided that you wanted to save money and have your employees take on things they never had to do before...like wash the big windows of the front of the store and change the BIG flood lights outside in the parking lots. (among many other things!!) Did he, or any of the other employees receive compensation for this? NO! But he did it..he stayed loyal. So, one day in Feb, my husband went to the bank and deposited some money.....he took his employee with him (just what he's supposed to do!) and he watched as my husband opened the night deposit box, dropped the deposit in there and then opened it again to make sure it went in....(this is what he does each time). Then he went about his duties. Now, it's May and YOU can't find this deposit...the bank says it never made it into the account. So, you do your little investigation and find that my husband has a perfect track record...never any missing money...ever! But you fire him anyway...for "lack of trust" LACK OF TRUST!! And because he has been with you for so long you are not going to pursue him for the missing funds...oh, how very nice of you! I think the reason you will not "pursue" him is that HE DID NOT TAKE that money!! Do you think if my husband took that deposit I might of noticed when we had enough money to pay our rent and to pay our bills? OH, I may of noticed that! So, let me get this straight.....my husband does his job above and beyond....he is loyal....he follows the rules and even though he is backed up by those rules (the employee who went with him that night verified that he deposited the money)....you still fire him? For "lack of trust?"....that is despicable!! Shame, shame, shame on you!
Okay...I feel better now.