i was just at a self service ShakeShack and when I was at the kiosk they asked for a tip with a little banner that said that the tips go to the kitchen. does that mean that ShakeShack can pay them less like they do for waiters? ie. as long as the pay equals minimum including tip it’s legal
Just wants to share something because of how unusual it is. my work actually trains people and lets them make mistakes. they coach you on the mistakes so you can learn from them and hopefully not repeat them in the future. they provide monthly performance feedback ( so you can never say you dont know where you stand performance wise). But most of all, they dont make us pay for health insurance, shit is crazy and never heard of it beside my work. So keep your head up folks, most places suck the soul out of you but this one at least lubes you up first unlike the others.
I work a minimum wage restaurant job and requested a date two weeks from now off. This is the policy at every job i’ve had so far and it’s more than enough time for managers to accommodate. I get a text back saying it’s okay this time, but in the future I need to request days off a month in advance?? I don’t even know what i’m doing tomorrow, let alone next month. Respectfully, I’m getting paid minimum wage. Please calm down y’all are doing too much Is this ridiculous or am I just being dramatic please let me know lol.
I have to go through a thorough background check and they pull all past job info. They advise to use the work number so you don't mess anything up. I am curious if they can verify if I was fired. Some jobs show “inactive” and others show “no longer employed”.
I'm reposting this kuz I think i messed up the first time. Sooooo…. My boss was telling me how he would get harped on because other managers complained about people standing at the time clock waiting to punch out. There is 5 minutes left in the day….for 20+ years that's what every company I have ever worked for has done. The last 10 minutes usually…but they're gunna bitch about 5? Are we not supposed to get in line at all I'm not understanding this…. End of the day you clean up, so I'm cleaned up and there's 5 minutes left in the day what are people supposed to friggin do?
I was just wondering about my position. My manager has been nagging me on performance issues for a while. I was really trying to appease her and thought the problem originally was just with me. It got to the point that she started mentioning performance reviews upcoming and how she really doesn't want to give me a bad review. This freaked me out and had me working overtime for the last couple of weeks. Also, I want to mention she started this pressure when we lost a team member and everyone's workload essentially doubled. Another person was hired at the same time as me, and she seems to be doing great in progress. So that also became somewhat depressing for me. Add also a few months after we lost the team member, my software started acting up and missing typos despite my settings matching hers exactly. Fast forward to now,…
It's teaching kids how to bike. For all the effort and such I don't see the point due to how low the pay is. I got sunburned, was out all day from 9-5 doing training but like omg it sucked. The managers kept harping me for not being enthusiastic enough. I just don't want to do it. It's a summer job to pay for uni, but I just don't feel like doing it. I left feeling miserable. I just don't want to work.