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Young Woman Furious After Being Terminated In Less Than A Week

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Sierra Desiray Frederick, a recent college graduate, claimed she was hired and then fired after just six days at her first full-time job.

She expressed frustration, stating that her co-workers didn’t know how to train her, and she felt useless after spending most of her time doing nothing.

The company’s CEO handed her an envelope and informed her that she was being let go, despite her short time at the job. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

“So, I got a job for this company in Henderson, Tenn., and they do all the print for Aldis. Super excited that I’m going to be doing graphic design stuff — that’s what my major was in,” Frederick said.

“I had five days of training at this job, five shifts at this job. In those five shifts I spent [probably 3 or four of those five] days doing nothing,” she added.

“Every day it was like, ‘Oh, I don’t know what to give you to do today, oh, I don’t know what to show you today,’ ” Frederick said.

“Yesterday, I walked in, and they made me watch videos that I’ve already watched on things they’ve already trained me on for about three hours,” she added.

“Our CEO is standing there with an envelope in his hand, just a little envelope, and he looks at me — there’s people in this room, a full room of people — hands it to me and says ‘we’re letting you go Sierra,'” she said.

“I said, umm, okay, I’ve been there for five days, I learned literally nothing!” Frederick said.

Frederick’s experience resonated with many online, with several commenters expressing support and sharing similar frustrations with job training and expectations.

“Not having an onboarding process/schedule is now a red flag for me. If I don’t get a schedule for first week, I know you’re a mismanaged business 🙃,” one commenter wrote.

“Most jobs training today is: Figure it out yourself. It’s amazing. 30 years ago we had trainers,” another wrote.

“Literally every job these days wants you to be pre-trained with 5 years of experience- design jobs particularly. I started a new job 4 months ago,” another said.

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