I was a cashier and walmart says I cashed a check for a customer and then gave the check to the customer and they say they have it on tape but wont let me see it. I disagree but they said there was no other way but to fire me. Now I want to know if I can collect unemployment until I find another also woried that there records may now hurt me.
you can get the law involved... but seriously it's a walmart job... find another job. and don't put walmart on your work history... I know they ask for the whole thing and all that, but seriously... it's walmart. they're not going to care... if you feel like you have to put it down, check the box next to do not contact, and then explain to them what happened in the interview. and how they were so unfair to not let you even see the video. becuase if you can't see it, then there is no proof. they will have to show it to your lawyer anyway before the trial if there was ever going to be a trial.
you can put walmart down, tell them not to contact them because you quit with no notice because it was a terrible job. I have been fired a couple times and I used to use this explanation. And it's not really lying if you hated your job you were bound to quit anyway. I feel like it is saying... I was wanting to quit for some time, and they finally got around to telling me that they didn't need me anymore. it's a mutual breakup.
some states have this law where people can fire you for no reason at all, or whatever reason they want. and sometimes employers will make something up to make them feel better about firing you.
OR! instead of filling out an application, write up a whole bunch of resumes... and only put on there the jobs that are similar to the ones you are applying for. Now that I'm out of school, I don't put down any job I had before or during school because no one who wants me to design graphics wants to know about my 3 year stint at arbys. they want to know my tech skills and my art skills.
If they fire you, you can receive unemployment.
(I'm pretty sure)
You can apply online