I had to go back to the store for the receipt

My co-worker and I had a sizable job last Saturday.

The two of us drove all the way to the beach to install a commercial air conditioner at the laundromat.

The commercial insulation job took most of the afternoon. On the way home, my partner and I stopped at the gas station to fill up the toil truck. I spent $50 of my own cash and I expected the boss to reimburse the fees when both of us got back to the shop. As soon as both of us entered the building, I went to the office. I told my boss about the gas and she asked for a receipt. I thought I had the receipt in my pocket, despite the fact that I couldn’t find it somewhere. I thought my boss would let it go and spend my savings the cash, but she refused to Shell out any cash until I produced a receipt for the $50 cash transaction. I had to drive to the other side of neighborhood to get a receipt. The manager had to contact the corporate office and it was a lot of trouble. When I finally presented the receipt to my boss, she had the strangest look on her face. I entirely guess that she thought I was lying the entire time. I’ve only been working at this heating and AC service shop for a couple of months, however it’s straight-forward to see why the locale has such a high rate of turnover. The boss wouldn’t even take my word over a $50 gas charge with another co-worker attesting to the transaction. That does not make myself and others feel legitimately secure about my job.

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