Hungry Jack's Australia / staff member

Adelaide Metro Area, South Australia, AU Review updated:

My daughter works at hungry jacks ingle farm store and on the 24th November I called and spoke to the manager on Georgie, I told her my daughter could not do her shift the following day due to my father given 24hrs before dying.georgie told me yeh that's fine. Later that night during my dads last hours my daughter got texts from other staff who were onsaying that she was going to be in trouble that Georgie had said to everyone that she was lying that it was herself or s friend that called and she just wanted to go out being a Saturday night, we found this upsetting and was unprofessional for the manager to say anything to staff especially untrue gossip. On the 27th November I went into the store with my daughter to see the manager and give medical certificate for Saturday it happened to be Georgie on and staff had already gossiped and told her we were daughter is worried about harassment which she has previously received or being fired to say anything so I gave the certificate to Georgie and told her here this is why my daughter didn't come in and that it was I that had rang I said I found her unprofessional and have no idea why she is a manager, she told me things had been twisted but when I said your the manager the only person who should know her shift was cancelled and why.she agreed but did not apologise just stood there smirking trying to make up more lies. I would like this dealt with professionally and I hope I don't have to get other people involved if my daughter loses hours or anymore immature harassment. My father did pass away on Saturday 25th 2am with us by his side it is awful that we have to deal with this at this time in our lives. Alison Hoppo

Nov 28, 2017
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  • Po
      Nov 29, 2017

    I am very sorry to hear about your loss.

    Your complaint is very hard to read due to your grammar and run-on sentences. That being said, your daughter should be the one reporting this. As her mother, you are not a direct participant in the situation and are naturally going to side with your daughter regardless of the situation. Your daughter should report any issues she experiences to upper management or to her human resources department.

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