Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Resignation

Names are redacted to protect me from stupidity, but needless to say, I quit!

Store [REDACTED],

This is Ian Crook's official resignation from [REDACTED] effective immediately. Due to heavy thought of yesterdays example of how a medical condition would be handled at [REDACTED], I find that this has to be done immediately to ensure that no further medical problems will arise from working at that store due to negligence. 

I am faxing over my Pulmonary doctor note stating that I need that mask while construction is present on site. 

I also want to take note at the missing days I received (10/11/2010 and partial day of 10/10/2010) due to the fact I required a mask to ensure safety from my asthma, and that they will be brought up to Human Resources.

Needless to say, during those two days I felt singled out and embarrassed by my condition in front of my peers.

I hope the best for all of you and that everyone takes a serious look at procedure and policy regarding any further health related issues, as I fear for the next person that get's hurt.

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-Ian Crook

(This message was sent at 8:59am of 10/12/2010)

35 comments:

  1. I'm not going to lie nothing in the world feels better than quitting from a place of work that you dislike

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  2. This is very interesting, thanks for sharing

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  3. great for sticking up for yourself :)

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  4. Well that's one way to leave a job. I like to steal stuff until fired.

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  5. You might have a harassment or OHS/refusal to work with your medial situation case. You might be able to sue for that or discrimination in the workplace.

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  6. Damn man, hope you find a better place to work

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  7. That is excellent. Way to stick it to em, getting out of shitty jobs is the best.

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  8. Cool post man I have to say that[REDACTED]this blog, the[REDACTED]style comes close to[REDACTED], you know what I mean?

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  9. hope you can get a new job man. following n stuff.

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  10. Yicks, that sucks, hope you get another job soon which treats you better!

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  11. good luck man, stuff like that is a buzzkill

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  12. I'll take your job off your hands. A job is a valuable thing these days, hope you realize that! Good luck though and congrats

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  13. good luck man... that's too much drama

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  14. I hope you find something much better! And I bet that felt great to get out of your system!

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  15. good move! I wish you best of luck at your next job!

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  16. beersknees is right, id follow up with that.

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  17. dang! this is interesting to say the least!

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  18. sucks dude...hope you find a better place to work for

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