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I don't know if it is common in Turkey to ask an employee if you can work there, but I know that this would seem odd in the USA. For the most part, it is not the employee's job to handle applications and potential new hires. When I worked in retail, the default was to immediately defer to the manager when someone asked about it, or to tell them to come back ...


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As in many countries I know or have worked in, in Europe or USA, when you want to ask/apply for a job, you often follow the same "business protocol" and job hunting rules: You apply through the regular channels: website, recruiter, agencies...etc You go to the store and you ask at the counter/cashier/manager if and where you can give your resume. ...


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Ultimately, telling someone your wishes is your right and others need to respect that. You have the right to autonomy (the ability to make your own informed, uncoerced decisions). Unfortunately, there are times when you cannot avoid offence, and that will not be your fault. It is their responsibility to respect your rights. Just point out that you are just ...


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