I had been working in a retail store. Let's call it Walmart. Things were going very well but I got another job offer that paid better. I left on good terms, and worked at the new job for basically just the Christmas season rush. I didn't like this job as I wasn't getting breaks. I contacted my old boss at Walmart and asked if I could have my old job back. He said yes. Unfortunately, there was a miscommunication and he thought I was only asking about the following month and he had already hired someone new. So basically all of a sudden my name stopped appearing on the schedule and when I asked why he said he thought I had a new job.
For the past couple months I've been working various on-call/part time gigs.
What should I include on my resume? I had it that I am still working at Walmart because technically my boss never said I wasn't working there anymore, but I haven't worked there in a couple months. I had an interview and they asked when I can start and I said "immediately" and they said "don't you need to give Walmart notice that you're leaving and it seemed like I was trying to hide something.
I believe my old boss screwed me over when he said I could have my old job back but in fact he only gave me a few shifts (I quit the other job on the premise that I had the job)
I'm not trying to hide anything, it's just such a complicated story I don't know how to convey it on my resume or interview
I would like to be honest
Should I just add the date I had my last shift at Walmart to my resume? Should I include any other temp/on call work I've been doing like back ground acting and odd job's off craigslist? My goal is to show that I haven't just been sitting on my butt because I haven't.