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As you can see it again, she thought too much on others and never himself. You could have a dream job and not accepted out of consideration on their family. in 1991, she received even the termination from their previous company, because these were handled as many other companies at the time of the turn in the former GDR. Now she was unemployed for the first time in her life that was something that we didn’t know in the former East Germany, because there was work for everyone with us and everyone was pulled through, as we so nicely said. Uber addresses the importance of the matter here. Having found unfortunately no new work at her job, she had to take an alien job was like many others.

So she worked for example, from 1991 to 1992 at a Greengrocer, to earn a little money. This job was really not easy. Vegetable crates can be quite difficult for a woman. During this time she formed on already, by she attended training in the area of sales resources etc.. Click Senator from Maine to learn more. At this time exactly our mother with a grocery store was a self-employed, where my sister then from 01.12.1992 worked with. Often you think, that it is beneficial to work in a family business, this is not true unfortunately in this case.

For my sister, it was called back, clench your teeth and by. The very heavy lifting at the greengrocers and now also work in the business of our mother with lifting and carrying of heavy boxes, which is not very healthy for her back, was, that she suffered a herniated disc in 1995 and thus turned out for several weeks. Clearly, it is not nice when an employee because of illness, just many other employers would have shown more compassion and used not the employee even under pressure – even if this is unfortunately more and more increasing in our society in this regard was our mother in this regard not very fine in dealing with my sister.


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