A job has never made me this mad!!!

Okay, as most of you know I am bivocational. For those who don’t know -I am bivocational, meaning I work a full time job and I do ministry. I’ve been at my current job for 1 year now, making me one of the most tenured people here since I was in the initial training class that started our rapid growth here.

I’ve been in talks with my team leader and the regional sales director about me being a team leader – a sales manager. They know I’m qualified, I can do the job, etc. So recently a position becomes available in the most PLUSH department in our sales organization. Probably the best opportunity to make the most money in that position. Not to mention I get to develop, train and grow more sales people – my strong suit.

They didn’t offer me the position.

It was such an odd snub that people who I barely talk to asked other people “Why didn’t Steve get that spot?” And did I lose out to someone more qualified, with more experience and a proven leader? NOPE!!!! I lost out to someone with ZERO experience, fresh out of school.

And before you think “I’m sure there is a good reason you didn’t get the position Steve,” allow me to tell you that I had a meeting with my manager later yesterday afternoon and I asked him flat out “Why didn’t I get the job?” He didn’t have a reason. All he could say was basically she asked first. Not “we felt she was more qualified” or “she was better suited for that team” or even “It was a close call and we feel you two are evenly talented” but simply “we knew that she wanted to be in management longer than we knew you wanted to be in management.”

WHAT?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!

Oh, and then after the meeting with my boss, he basically said “we made a mistake with that decision.”

So I’m pissed. So now I have to wait until some kind of outrageous situation happens that opens up a new spot for me to get a management position.

Be ye angry and sin not…

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