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    Former Employee - Crossmark Retail Sales Representative in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Crossmark Retail Sales Representative in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at CROSSMARK full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    I heard rumors that if the company decided to downsize, they would invent assignments or state that you missed performing some type of duty to eliminate your position. I had never heard of a company that did this. Well, I completed my week in Los Angeles and on Friday night my mgr called me that I had not completed everything I was assigned to do on Thursday, which happened to be stocking 5 - 10 # bags of dog food that was found in the back room, obviously out of my sight. ! I told her I was in San Diego and would do it on Monday, she said you have to come back and finish doing this project by tomorrow at 7AM. I refused. Because of my refusal I was labeled as insubordinate, not dependable, and I was terminated. However, first I was asked to train a "new employee" that would be working another territory. No sooner was she trained than I was terminated. I had to meet my mgr at headquarters Irvine, drop off my rental car, and my equipment that was in the trunk. Then I was embarrassed by my Mgr that had reported my "action" to the District Mgr. I was then told to provide my own transportation back home (Glendale!). It was a hefty $60 Taxi ride, that I had to pay.

    Cons

    Learning a new software program for navigation and mileage that Crossmark had purchased, I believe that there are other ways of terminating employment than harassing, and humiliating an employee.

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    I had worked for the company for 3 years, and several others over the previous 12 years, without any negative input from my supervisors or store mgrs.,. I believe that I should have been provided the chance to correct the mistake I made!

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