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the truth of the matter

There are many parts of Mr. Martin's story that are just simply not true. I won't go into all of them, but I will touch on a few. First, Ms. Jackson did not interview, hire nor train Mr. Martin. Her father was very ill at the time and a corporate trainer did the hiring and training. (Ms. Jackson did come in to introduce herself and meet the new folks). I worked for Pure Care during the time Mr. Martin was there. To me, Ms. Jackson was fair, honest, hard-working. She went out of her way to help others, going above and beyond. Everyone got paid what they were supposed to and no one ever waited 3 weeks for a paycheck(as someone commented above). Mr. Martin was not with the company for a month. In fact his vehicle broke down in the parking lot during the first week he was there and he spent several days underneath it trying to fix it. He never completed training and he quit shortly thereafter. Quite simply, he did not work. Lastly, Ms. Jackson was not forced out by the manufacturer. I made a call myself to the manufacturer and was told that never happened. She is and always was in excellent standing with the company. I think the reporter on this story should have checked that fact out for herself before spreading non-truths. Finally, as with any career or job, you get out of it what you put into it. I agree that Mr. Martin was just bitter and disgruntled and looking for his 15 minutes. ever

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