I was interviewing for a position and I applied for morning shift and the manager told me it wasn't any morning shift available then when I started working there he hires Spanish people to work mornings after he told me none was available. He then tells me that all I have to do to get a raise is work at a certain station for a few weeks then I can get more money but after months go by and I ask for a raise after I learned every position he then says I have to do more to get it. So within the 5 months me working there I’ve been having to pick up other people work when they wouldn't do it them self but no manager asked others to do the same. I felt like I was doing everything while other coworkers do nothing. He has a mom and daughter work weekends when I would work and the mom always gave her daughter favortism towards her and let her daughter do anything she wants while I or someone else has to do more. Then my general manager uses phrases like “we going to work like slaves.” To me and other black employees and I became very offended and asked for a transfer and he gave me the run around and said no so i put in a two week notice in spite of that. Can I sue him for that?
Sounds like the manager is a first class idiot and whoever owns the business has no management skills but I don’t see a lawsuit here.
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