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Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center (Reno, NV)

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I used to work here for 14 years, and would like everyone to know they do NOT like older workers. They find any excuse possible to get rid of older people in their employment.

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Saks 5th Avenue

Saks Fifth Avenue is an American luxury department store owned by the oldest commercial corporation in North America, the Hudson's Bay Company.
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The company is any age friendly.

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I am currently working at Sally Beauty and the manager of the store I'm working at is young and she DOES NOT know how to speak to older people. She is VERY disrespectful towards me, talking to me very shortly and impatiently, sending me home with the excuse that there is enough coverage at the store, when something is not EXACTLY PERFECT, it has to be PERFECT or she gets MAD, her attitude changes and she starts talking to me in a VERY CONDECENDING manner! I have a co-worker that is 22 years my senior and she is experiencing the same treatment. It's very hurtful especially since I NEVER miss work and I give EVERYTHING I've got in EVERYTHING that I do! There are 3 other stores in this area that DO have managers that have managers that are in their 50's but it's an unsafe work environment because 4 nights a week they only allow 1 person to close and most times only 1 person is working during most of the day.

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