call your local labor board (not union) and call a news station that has an "on your side" or "troubleshooter" news stations thrive on sh*t like that. and dont call the attorney general they mostley handle child abuse complaints but thats where i live might be different where your at. calling the bbb might help too 'cause that isnt good business
My input is **** happens and live with it... this sort of stuff happens all the time in the job market and there is little that you can do other than ask them about the situation and possibly see if you can get on at another location. Never burn your bridges and going around trying to get the media and governmental agencies involved does just that, not to mention they probaby don't give a rats ass anyway.
Last edited by GIS; 08-11-2002 at 01:01 AM.