That one rude manager who is clearly playing favorites. I'm in training to be a head cashier, and I asked a certain manager if we had any callouts so I could cross them off the schedule. He said it wasn't his job and to ask the head cashier. He answered so angrily that it threw me off. When I asked the head cashier if we had any callouts, she said it was the managers job to tell me. Couple of days later I hear the woman who's training me ask him if there were any callouts, and he answered no callouts today without the rude and angry tone he used with me. I had a clip board I was using to keep track of my pens and paperwork. Was told by the woman who's training me that the manager had told her I wasn't allowed to have it. So not only will he not speak to me face to face while I'm working, when he is forced to speak to me (like when I ask him a question) he becomes incredibly rude and aggressive. Asking clarifying questions shouldn't be met with "It's your job, figure it out! Learn by observing that's all you have to do! Just learn by observing! It's not my job!"