I was working at a pizza parlor for some time but I am going to Europe for two weeks in less than a month. I notified my employer and they fired me because they want someone who will stick around. However they offered me my job back after I get back from Europe. The problem is that I am going to New Orleans for a week around Christmas time.
My mom already bought my plane tickets and a bunch of other stuff like tours and the hotel suite. Which is all non-refundable. I am going on this trip because my mom paid for this stuff and I don't want it to go to waste and I can't give it to someone else because it's all in my name. Which I have no idea why my work gets so bent out of shape over people leaving for some time.
My employer said he wants someone who will stick around and I feel like I am lying to them if I do go back and when winter rolls around, I tell them I am going to New Orleans. My dad said I should wait until two weeks before we leave for New Orleans and then tell them I am leaving. But they get super bent out of shape about that and I don't want to burn any bridges.
My county library said they're hiring in a month and they want me to apply. Maybe the county library will be more lenient about people leaving for some time? But should I take the job back again when I get back from Europe?
Most Helpful Guy
Go to the library,
Its better than a pizza place.
Besides, do they even have good pizza in Nevada,
Keep in mind I live in a state with an EXTREMELY high level of Italian Americans and am one myself so I can throw stones here1
Most Helpful Girl
That is ridiculous. People plan vacations all the time. They can't seriously expect you to not take time off ever. I mean, if you really need the job, I'd take it once you get back, but the library sounds like a better fit for you if you can get the job. Based on another question of yours, it sounds like you have a good chance of being hired there, too.1