Burlington Coat Factory Employee Makes Dramatic Exit from Her Job
A Burlington Coat Factory employee recently made a video in which she can be seen, during work hours, speaking over the store's PA and telling customers how much she hated working there.
Carla, who shared the clip on TikTok, had enough of the store's system, from her co-workers gossiping behind her back to her managers creeping up on her all the time.
In the video, the young woman is wearing a black mask and an orange shirt as she speaks into the PA, addressing both customers and staff and saying what she really thought of the store.
EXPOSING HER BOSSES
So far, Carla is yet to reveal where the store is located as she doesn't want her video to be taken down. However, she wished for everyone to hear what she had to say and make a point. She said:
"Attention all Burlington shoppers and associates. First off, I hate this job and these pervert managers and coworkers, and this toxic environment and just coworkers talking crap on other coworkers.”
The TikToker disabled the comments on the video and stayed low for a few days before taking to the platform to share an update much requested by her followers.
But Carla wasn't the only one who recently handed in her resignation letter.
According to her, she did not get fired, but she chose to terminate her contract with the store because she did not feel comfortable working there anymore.
SPEAKING FOR OTHERS AS WELL
Carla explained that, although the paycheck was nice, she was constantly being harassed by her superiors no matter what she was wearing, even when she had a day off and happened to swing by the store.
The young woman said that she already has a new job and that when she made the announcement, she was not only speaking for herself but also other female co-workers going through the same experience.
Carla hopes that those responsible for the store "take the hint" because she says there is a lot of toxicity and a feeling of unsafeness in that environment, which wasn't for her.
Even though she told everyone that she hated working at Burlington Coat Factory, Carla later admitted that she liked it and it was a good job. Still, the whole situation with her managers made it impossible for her to stay.
FIGHTING THE SYSTEM
But Carla wasn't the only one who recently handed in her resignation letter. Denise Small, a fellow TikToker, quit her job as a DoorDash driver due to the company's low base pay.
Denise used the social media platform to let everyone know how little drivers would get paid, around $2 to $2.75 per hour, and called for a boycott, asking customers to use UberEats or GrubHub instead.
The former DoorDash driver also attacked the company for not taking responsibility for the maintenance of the drivers' vehicles and for making life harder for its employees.
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