They knew the situation up front when they hired me. In fact the service manager stated that during the short time I was there, numerous positive responses were given to him by customers. He told me if I ever needed work again, I had an open door. BTW, this company has 20 commercial techs which made spreading my work at lot easier.
Originally posted by classical
So what you are saying is the company that gave you a job when you needed it and was depending on you got the shaft.
I can understand the need to make a move to a better job more money and be closer to home but I also feel that you owe something to the people that gave you an opportunity when you needed it.
I am not ragging on you can't say I would not have done the same and you may have called your new boss and explained. Just I have people that were given an opportunity when they needed it and just walked off for various reasons and left the company in a lurch. It is contrary to the way I was raised you owe loyalty to people that employee you and give you a chance.
Either way good luck.