Around 25% are attending some level of the mandatory counselling by our National Minor Protection Service. It’s a tough crowd. We discuss how to best tend to the children and the main needs they have and end our interview, I know I rocked it and I’m thinking, maybe a 2-hour trip isn’t so bad, I can learn a lot from this woman. Her compassion is like an incandescent light that warms up the entire room.
A while later, a member of her church showed up in the store. She began to complain loudly on the store floor about the “discrimination” she was getting as a “good church going christian” by the company and how the company was looking to fire her for going to church. I pulled her into the back room to give her a verbal warning about her actions, and remind her the pending write-up was due to her actions in being tardy, not because of her religious faith or attending church. I reminded her that her other write-ups had nothing to do with church attendance and told her that her behavior was inappropriate on the sales floor. Then I sent her on her 15 minute break.
I let her know she would be written up for her tardiness, and that it was the 3rd and final write up. She asked if that meant she would be fired. I told her that decision was for HR, not me, but it was possible (HR approved termination, the district manager wanted to speak to the other store management first). I reminded her that we had explained to her the other 2 times she had been written up that termination was a possibility and that she had repeatedly been made aware her tardiness was an issue.
I put her to work, the whole time she was begging me to not tell anyone, asking me to alter the time clock for her, etc. I informed her that HR and the district manager had already been informed of her tardiness, and that she had been warned repeatedly about her tardiness. Around 2, I got the email from HR and the district manager that she could be written up for the 3rd instance of tardiness. We got 2 write ups and 9 documented verbal warnings in for tardiness for shifts and breaks in. After each write up, she’d be punctual as could be, for a week. Add in another week for verbal warnings.
When I was 18 or 19 I worked at a service station. one afternoon the boss was gone and I was there alone. I was in the bathroom and had just started to piss when I heard the door and a lady walked into the Men’s room. i’m sure she saw me with my dick in hand, and a steady stream flowing. She turned around, walked out, got in her car, and drove away. I’m not shy anymore, but that was unexpected. Whether Meghan’s friends are named or not, makes little difference to the case; they will have to give evidence under oath – if they lie, they are guilty of another crime (perjury), compounding the issue.
I’m led out into the hall and the secretary tells me the principal will interview me now. Sorry who? Turns out the nuns are not exactly in charge, they’ve decided to outsource some administrative positions to the community, as the nun organisation remains the backer of the school. The principal is a stout woman with an indignant frown and a scowl she has no control over. She hands me my CV and asks if it’s mine.