Saturday I was fired after, well shortly after asking if I was going to be fired if I refused to prepare stock(food item) the 'quick' way simply as opposed to the 'right' way which would take longer; 'quick' way is why I hate prepping that item.
I've told them several times that I donít like doing it the 'quick' way because of various reasons; one being that it proves that another person isn't doing their duty in the workplace. And, refusing to prepare the item regardless of either way it gets prepared; I know is a fire-able action...
So, was I fired; or, did I quit?
My actions after/during the situation says, "I quit."; but, the situation and other events leading to it says, "You're fired!"
I'm also say that you would have to be there(be me) to fully understand the stress of working at this place(part-time job, variable hours...)