So when I was hired, I was required to watch a lot of safety and other workplace videos as well I was required to read an employee handbook. When I went to work, all of those practices were thrown out the window, the store managers were absolutely against closing isles for stocking even when working from high places. You were not permitted to have help carrying heavy objects up ladders. OSHA regulations do not apply. I finally said something to management and the next day, I was terminated their reason we have too many employees at this new store and unfortunately I was one of the least productive. Would make sense if they were not calling me in almost every day for overtime, and that they also hired new people that same week. I was fired because I called them out on their unsafe practices. It has been two years now and our litigation continues.
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