Complaint: I was a manager for the SA franchise. I am a disabled veteran who was expected to take a demotion because of an incident involving said disability. The case was mediated because I could not afford the cost of a federal trial. The final agreement was my resignation and no poor reference from the local franchise. Since that event, I have submitted resumes and applications (more than 35) to many companies. Still to this day I cannot even get hired for management at a fast food place, let alone a full service restaurant. Even if you go by the law of averages, I should have, at the very least been able to get a salaried position at a taco bell or something. This is all too fishy to be coincidence. They violated MY rights, and I have to pay? What is wrong with this? I cannot prove the poor reference, and prospective employers will not divulge the contents of a reference call, even if they are FULLY AWARE that what was said is a further violation of the law. One would think I should be used to this by now for the simple fact that the US Army did EXACTLY the same thing to me AND GOT AWAY WITH IT, as have former employers too numerous to count. I feel that it is severely unfair that a so-called ‘compassionate nation’ could allow such things to continue knowing full well that if it were happening to them they would DEMAND to be helped. Chuushinkouki San Antonio, TexasU.S.A.
Address: 3820 Broadway San Antonio, Texas U.S.A.