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Ending the Employment Relationship – Ask #HR Bartender

You can just hear the frustration in today’s reader note: For the past year, I worked as a bartender at the same place. I got fired for covering a shift that was out of my element – I worked the floor as a server, which I had not done before. My boss claims that I […] You May Also Like: Final Paychecks: Do’s and Don’ts – Ask HR Bartender Ask HR Bartender: Your Past Work Relationshi
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