This is a more fuck my company post. I’m a cashier supervisor and I usually love my job. My managers are great but my cashiers are not. There are about four or five cashiers that call out frequently or leave early and it’s so frustrating because there isn’t anything I can do about it. It really sucks because if we’re down a person and I can’t call anyone in usually (everyone’s at their max hours right now because we’re short staffed) so I have to do their job and mine at the same time. I’ve complained to management multiple times and they can’t do anything. I was told that our regional HR avoids firing people to prevent lawsuits but I can’t handle it anymore. I’m exhausted all the time and I don’t know what else there is for me to do.
I'm a medical student in the uk and i've heard lots of stories from doctors who've been in the usa that the doctors over there are more likely to push patients towards having possibly unnecessary/excessive tests and procedures becasue they get more money for it. i'm sure you don't do that because you seem very honest and caring, but do you think that does happen?