My husband Patrick was hired on as a sales associate in the beginning of March 2014. Patrick was promised a hourly rate plus a commission on all puppies and supplies that were sold, now his training told to him by Vicky Mineo and the store manager Steve would be 30 days. 30 days came and went. Steve the store manager pushed my husband’s training onto the assistant Cheral who made it very clear that training him was cutting into her time and sales. I would say from a month of training he received a total of 4 hours. He sold quite a few puppies and their supplies and never received commission. What Steve and assistant manager Cheral said was he was still considered to be under training. Tried to speak with the owner Vickey Mineo was told to go through the chain of command and to call district manager Andy, I did and set up a meeting with Andy and he never showed or called. Steve found out I wanted to speak to Andy about the internal problems he treated Patrick horribly called Andy told him about what I felt was theft from employees did not even get a chance to discuss other issues. He was fired the very next day for trying to protect himself and the company. I know he is not the only employee this has happened to. But due to Arizona’s laxed laws they get away with it. What has happened to my husband was against his civil rights. I guess it’s too bad too sad for a family man. Please do not support this company for they don’t support their employees. How very sad!
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