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  • #16
    Alright I have to ask. If this is such a horrible place to work and the manager is treating your daughter this way, why do you still permit her to work there? She is still a child and it isn't like she has a mortgage to pay or anything. It isn't like this is the only job in existance especially for someone barely old enough to drive. I can promise you that the parents stepping in and backing this manager into a corner are NOT helping. You may think you are being supportive or whatever but it is NOT your battle. If your child is old enough for a job, your child is old enough to handle this with her bosses herself. If she isn't ready to do that, then she isn't ready for a job. Not every kid is ready at 16. And I'm speaking from personal experience here as a once 16 year old who was in a similar boat.
    I post with the full knowledge and support of my employer, though the opinions rendered are my own and not necessarily representative of their position. In other words, I'm a free agent.

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