I tried calling multiple times for 2 days. As mentioned above, the phone wasn't answered and I was unable to leave message due to the mailbox being full. The store is on my way home from work so I just stopped in.CNeufeld wrote: ↑Sep 13th, 2017 3:38 pmI was referring more to the parent driving over to the location to talk to the manager on the son's behalf. If the kid was 16, ok. Kid's in college? Not unless it's something serious like a criminal situation (accused of theft, someone being sexually harassed, etc).
Likely your 2 teens don't have a learning disability like mine does. If they did you might think and do things a little differently as I have had to for 17 years. He tried talking to the manager on 2 occasions - it was a new manager that he didn't know and was nervous. The manager thanked me for coming to discuss. She had wondered if perhaps she hadn't explained to him correctly. So that he understood the requirements. She also said that she was glad he didn't quit as he is a good worker.
Yes, finding another job is an option. A resume with a 2 month position though is often overlooked.