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Nur Yunlu
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Restaurant employees are dissatisfied with their wages, tips, benefits, sick leave, and vacation time; the most important factors are secure pay, paid sick leave, and health insurance.

Food service workers have challenges due to inconsistent scheduling and tipping, which results in inconsistent income. Nontraditional schedules may allow for many vocations or interests, although priorities may change, and employees may prefer a consistent daily pattern.

Restaurant employees expressed safety concerns (54%), discrimination, and harassment (46%), demonstrating the negative features of high-touch customer positions and profit-over-people ideals.


These problems can result in high turnover rates in the food service industry, making it difficult for restaurants to retain a stable and experienced workforce. Also, a lack of job stability and promotion prospects in this area could increase staff dissatisfaction.

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Joshua Coronado
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Raised on retail, former entertainment assistant, seeking new opportunities

Great post. I've worked in a few toxic workplaces in my time, including restaurants. There will always be stress working in the intimate environment of a restaurant, but it's particularly alarming how groupthink can take hold and really hurt the morale of staff. I've found that the best defenses are empathy, good leadership, and structure. I've seen things get too personal and scandalous... Nevertheless, these situations taught me a lot.

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Brian Bragg
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Chill.

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