The more unsolicited cover letters and resumes you send, the better your chances are for possibly landing your ideal job that you would have never known existed.
Staci Taylor May 3, at 8: I replied, I called first and asked, I traveled a long way. She then replied, Oh, we can see, let me call the manager. Then she replied, If I returned the shoes, I would have to wait 24 hours before she could resell them to me!
She replied, that is their store policy. She then looked me up and down like I was a thief. I had offered her my correct phone number and GA ID. I replied ok, Noc came down and tried to assist me. Noc replied, it would be to hard to call and cancel the order, she would have to go upstairs and get the number to cancel the order in the system.
Nevertheless, the shoes came while I was walking out the store. I came back an hour and a half later.
Noc said bring the shoes, she will do the price adjustment, no problem, they gave me a card with their names on it. The sales assistant not only refused to give me cash back, having the shoes, and the receipt of the purchase, she returned the purchases to my debit card knowing it would not post for 3 days.
She said it was easier for her. So not only did I not get my cash back, I was unable to purchase the shoes, and I have to wait 3 or 4 business days to receive my funds in my account.
Now seeing as the sales assistant was EVER knowledgeable about Everything else, why did she neglect to tell me about the 3 day hold when I was fully prepared with ID, receipts and merchandise unworn? Stonecrest has a discrimination problem. No other mall has this policy.
They both need to be fired for profiling and discrimination. I am almost 50 I am in the system, my Id matched my address in the system, why was I treated this way.
May 1, at 2: So as I sit there in shock and not able to talk their rudeness continued. Now realize I worked in the RTW dept and there were about 14 associates downstairs and about 11 of us were full time and the store is slow most of the time. I was also a good employee I never missed one day of work and I was always on time.
I was someone that I felt was a no brainer to work with me because after all they both have children themselves. The truth is I am a full time mom first and that is my priority so I finished my shift and left and never came back.
Also the sales manager for RTW was going to every associate asking if I had been talking about her. I will obviously never work for the company or ever shop there again. Barb Jordan April 27, at We requested the advertised price and store management refused.
I escalated issue and requested that the manager honor the advertised price and she refused. There was no store manager available to further escalate matter.
I have photos of rack labeling and clothing as proof of this situation of false advertising.In this case, an unsolicited application letter is used as an inquiry about possible openings and to gain a hiring managers attention.
The letter may be addressed to the head of the Human Resource department or to the manager of a particular division. Below are links to sample resignation letters that you can use to advise your employer that you are leaving your job. Resignation letter (main page with a lot of advice on how to formally resign from a job and write a letter of resignation).
Resignation letter sample formally announcing your. Call and Ask. Call the company and ask for the Human Resource department.
Explain to an HR representative that you don't want to send your cover letter without a specific name and ask if you can have the name of the hiring manager or the HR recruiter for the position.
The unsolicited application is the modern day equivalent of a saga: a collection of myths about great journeys, where it sometimes becomes hard to distinguish where reality stops and fiction begins.
A job application letter is a letter that contains a brief and concise description of a person’s work history. People have misconceptions that cover letters and application letters are basically the same, but there is actually a difference between the two. I applied for a position six weeks ago.
After two weeks of silence, I contacted the hiring manager inquiring about the timeline and was told to be patient, things are taking longer than anticipated. So I did not send any further queries.
I should also note that I held a previous job with this.