blondedumonde:

I would recommend contacting Home Depot’s Atlanta, GA head office, too - local franchisees may try and cover for their colleagues unless they are instructed to do otherwise by their higher-ups. The corporate HR department of any retailer are more likely to seriously consider your complaint as they are concerned with the reputation of the company. A store manager receiving a call from HQ are not going to take it lightly.

2455 Paces Ferry Rd SE #20, Atlanta, GA 30339

(770) 433-8211

Also, to expand on my own comment - these days many employee contracts include a clause on correct use of social media, and US companies are quite zealous about maintaining a pristine image through the online activities of their staff. It is possible that this individual may have violated the terms of his employment at Home Depot.

Just a bit of a heads up from somebody who has worked in countless customer-facing roles as well as Human Resources.

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booty-dont-lie:

postracialcomments:

When are folks gonna learn?

Do we know which Home Depot in Charleston, IL to call to get this piece of shit fired?

1301 Fort Worth Way, Mattoon, IL 61938
(217) 235-0700

I would recommend contacting Home Depot’s Atlanta, GA head office, too - local franchisees may try and cover for their colleagues unless they are instructed to do otherwise by their higher-ups. The corporate HR department of any retailer are more likely to seriously consider your complaint as they are concerned with the reputation of the company. A store manager receiving a call from HQ are not going to take it lightly.

2455 Paces Ferry Rd SE #20, Atlanta, GA 30339

(770) 433-8211

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Anonimo:
idk if you know this, but you know that when you tag stuff that you have reblogged, all that does is make people be able to check your tagged/me for it? like they wouldnt find it by searching the tag on tumblr. if you knew this already then nvm, hope i made sense as well!! xx

I have to say I’m not super-clued up on Tumblr, thank you very much for your help anon :)

hokuto-ju-no-ken:

Well that was a surprisingly real phonecall. Talked with her mom about what happened and what she did, then her mom made the girl herself get on the phone and apologize.

I just asked her why she did it and she didn’t really have an answer. Talked to her for a little bit on how this can really hurt people and ruin lives.

She said she just wanted to be a good feminist

Talked a bit on what it means to be socially responsible, and how if she really wanted to make a positive change she wouldn’t do stuff like this

Her mom was terrified I was gonna press charges or something, but I said nah, I’m not gonna ruin anyone’s life like that. She did get grounded from the internet for a couple of weeks, though.

She doesn’t seem like a bad kid, just really misguided and very impressionable. Last thing I said to her was that if anyone ever makes her think that helping someone ever means hurting someone else, they’re not interested in helping anyone and they probably don’t care what happens to her.

She said she was sorry, cried some, said she’ll never do it again and then she said something that really kinda just… I dunno, shocked me? She asked “Do you hate me?” and I said “No” and she just cried more and said she was sorry.

I asked her to remember that there are real, living people with real feelings at every computer and she said she’d try to.

I feel bad for her, really. People really led her to believe what she did was an appropriate thing to do. That’s a failure and lack of social responsible on the fucking internet and its call out culture. She’s just as much a victim as I was.

Tumblr user hokuto-ju-no-ken contacts a 16-year-old girl who doxxed him.

Parts bolded for emphasis. Remember, guys, if someone asks you to round up on someone for any reason - no matter how seemingly honourable - stop and think about what might happen. The person summoning their angry mob doesn’t give a shit if you face the consequences.

thempress:

People look down on McDonald’s employees but fail to realize that if all these folks left McDonald’s and pursued “better careers”  your ass wouldn’t be able to get a McDouble with an Oreo McFlurry at 3am. 

You can’t demand a service while simultaneously degrading those who provide it for you. 

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