right now part time because I'm only being given 30 hours a week. I was told it would transition to full time. Approximately 10-12 additional employees
Because of my sales and customer service background experience, my job description (given to me by the owner) was to manage the "front" ... taking phone reservations, greeting customers, checking in and checking out the dogs. I was told I would be trained as a "manager" because the current manager would be leaving by the end of November, early December. I thought I was going to be trained for overall business management. However the owner told me she wanted me to train in the back first as I needed to learn to work with the dogs. I agreed. However I thought she and the current kennel manager were going to train me to manage the dogs.There has been absolutely no training other than being told what cleaning and feeding tasks so do by the current kennel manager. I was not told about any of the situations listed above. I thought I was going to learn how to work with dogs. I was never told about aggressive dogs, being watched by camera, cleaning and spraying out dog pens and runs, washing floors, the constant cleaning of every room and cage. None of this was discussed. I didn't even know she took in aggressive dogs.
. I'm stunned ...it's only been four days. I don't know how to proceed. Is it acceptable that I could be bitten, that I'm being asked to break up dogs fights with no training,that I'm being watched by camera, must use bleach to spray clean without being given protective gear...I don't know how to proceed. I don't know if they have workers compensation insurance on promises however if they do, how does that impact this situation?
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