Old Navy Informative - Employee opinion
A few months ago I stepped down from my position at a store because not only could I no longer perform my duties of that position, I could not keep the open availability as required. I had a baby last year and became a 100% single parent. I felt forced to step down from family and co-workers, and the stress was too much for me. The only daycarw I could afford was only daytime hours and anyone I asked to help was becoming too often and not reimbursed. When my baby got sick, I was and am still the only one there is. My family has made it clear that they do not want to help me. I can't even qualify for state aid. So now Iam on unemployment until I can find a job that will pay the bills and daycare along with paying for daycare. I was offered part time at Old Navy but every other week was one shift per week and can't even afford to pay anyone to babysit if there was anyone...my point is finally after nine years of loyalty pain sweat tears and coming in on days off and staying later cancelling my plans pretty much giving up my twenties to them in a way, I feel so abandoned that there was nothing else for me but part time pride swallowing work. I thought this company cared about their employees...and now I just get sad when I walk in a store...hopefully their competitors can use my awesome merchandising skills.
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