I was recently fired for being late to two orientation meetings. I was returning to an old job and had to go through orientation. I said ok. I was late to both of my orientation meetings. I was fired. No conversations no warnings just you are done. I said I didn't know it was that big of a deal. We weren't getting paid for orientation and I have seen this all less than a year ago. I showed up late to the first meeting and assumed it was no big deal because no one said anything. I came late to the second meeting and was fired. I said why was there no warning. She said why should there be a warning? I say because I came late the first day and was not told anything about it. I assumed huh must not be a big deal. I oversleep a second time and was shown the door. I go back to the I've worked here before there was nothing new to see so what is the big deal. I really think this was overkill to just up and fire me. I called and complained to corporate and they say they will look into it and maybe I can come back to orientation but I seriously doubt it. I didn't complain other than what you read and just said ok and walked out the door. Is it me or was it overkill. I understand I was completely wrong but I seriously didn't know it was that big of a deal. I know I am 100% wrong but was it overkill or not?