After being laid off permanently from a job due to slow business, I took another job at a larger car dealership which used a totally different computer system of which i was unfamiliar with. I received very little training and if I asked questions I was ignored. The supervisor apologized numerous times about being to busy to give me the time proper training that I needed and trained me some whenever he wasn't busy.
After about 45 days he called me in the office and said I was a hard worker and he said that he was sorry that I was having a problem getting a hang of the job. I had told him that when I ask questions I am ignored by the person who trained me and he said he was aware. As I said before he stated that he could see that I am a hard worker and he was going to find the right fit for me. At that point I thought I was going to be fired.
He then sent me to another department where I didn't even have a desk or a draw of money to be responsible for. It was in a area that had room for only 2 workers but 3 workers were working in a small work area. I was given some training, it was very high volume business compared to the previous job I was laid off from previously.
On one particular day they decided to put me to a test and let me handle 2 busy phone multi-lines, salesman requesting keys and writing out tickets. In addition to that I had to take all the payment from the service department.
This was on a friday which is extremely busy and requires at least two workers to handle that volume of work. So as I said my co-worker disappeared and did not assist me whatsoever for about 5 hours. She later walked back to the work area and said she did it for my own good. I feel like I was set up for failure.
It was approximately 4 days later when the assistant manager of the service department told me they were letting me go. I was only 6 days from my 90 day probation period. I feel like if I list this job it will hurt me, yet if I don't I will look dishonest and I don't want to come across that way. I have been unemployed for almost 6 months and I can't help but wonder:
Is listing this job ruining my chance of gaining employment?
Prior to that I was on my previous job for 14 years.