Have you ever experienced inadequate job training? What was it like? Did it change your view of your workplace?
I just got hired at macy's as floor support/assistance or something like that. Never gave me the paperwork they said i needed, so i was a bit miffed. I went in for training friday, and all they did was have us sit in front of ancient computers, watch videos on the "magic of macy's" that kept buffering every couple minutes (my headphones weren't working, and the person supervising us left, so i couldn't ask for different ones and missed out on 65% percent of the videos), then handed us name badges, gave us a tour of the employee entrance/exit, and told us to pick up shifts online. I know my job will be primarily folding clothes and putting them back from the fitting rooms, but they could've at least told me that i'd learn everything while on the job. and maybe even told us how we clock in and out. i picked up a shift online but i don't even know what part of the store it's in, or even which store (women's? men's? just know it's a fitting room). Definitely lost some respect for Macy's.