In 2014 i worked in a kennels and i absolutely loved it but ended up leaving because i had a bit of a argument with one of the staff which is actually the manager since we've spoke and where friends there's no awkwardness at all between us. I've been up to the kennels once to see the woman that owns the
In 2014 i worked in a kennels and i absolutely loved it but ended up leaving because i had a bit of a argument with one of the staff which is actually the manager since we've spoke and where friends there's no awkwardness at all between us. I've been up to the kennels once to see the woman that owns the kennels to see if i could get my job back but had no luck as i didn't get to speak to her and she was going on holiday the next day so she was busy so the manager told me to send a letter but then said just said her text and explain that i'm sorry and i'd love my job back but i heard nothing back. My life just hasn't been the same since leaving there but i know the owner can't hate me because i always got on with her too plus before i left the kennels i got my big brother working there and now he's working there full time for them. I would just love anther chance. Should i go back to the kennels and see if i can talk to her this time or has anybody any advice? I always understand me walking out wasn't my finest hour but i'm only human and just to let you know i worked there for 2 years before leaving PLEASE LEAVE ME SOME ADVICE!!!!
anonimitie: After suffering through this writing sample, there's a really good chance that the owner couldn't understand what you texted them. Be patient and try to get them on the phone instead.
Being so disrespectful to a manager was your least finest hour, not walking out. You probably would have been fired anyway. Your chances are not good and being only human is no excuse for such behavior but, if you start off apologizing for being so disrespectful, that would probably be your best chance. However, no manager would put up with any employee arguing or yelling at him so, you might have to suck it up and move on. Take it as a learning experience and temper than temper of yours.
You may as well try one last time, but they may have filled your position
no business can operate for any amount of time understaffed
they may also not want you back due to conflict of interests making you leave, they dont need flakey employees
You have no entitlement to your old job. Act like an adult, go see the owner when he/she is available and ask – like an adult.