Slow season is coming for most restaurants in the east and midwest states. January and February are the slowest time of the year for the hospitality world. 🧑🍳🍽️🍷🙏🏼
As a restaurant worker, it is better to save money from the busy summer. Less shift and less money! 💸🧑🍳🍽️
Would you prefer to work milking it the tips or take the call-off? Let us know with your comment below!
I am a associate that works at Walmart in 4021 Lagniappe Way Tallahassee Florida 32317 store #4520 I have called out a couple of times due to baby being took to er, to me being rushed to er or my husband being rushed to er. Everytime I called out the hr lady would say I’m going to be terminated which isn’t right when someone can help that they are sick. Also other associates have been having issues with her too. The other day after returning from my sisters wedding I was suppose to take a shift At work for someone. I ended up having to call in because code enforcement showed up at my door to make sure my house was livable. Come to find out they said we had to get all our things and move out cause it’s getting condemned that isn’t safe for 5 babies to be in or us adults. The next day I sent the hr lady a text saying I won’t be able to work at that walmart I’m moving. mind you I been asking a week before code enforcement came if I can get a transfer to the other Walmart that I would be close to because I already knew my place was gonna be getting condemned so I would have to go stay with a friend. She texted back that I have been terminated due to attendance that she was suppose to fix is what corporate said and I was on my days off when she supposedly terminated me that she wishes me luck. She kept saying since I’m in my 90 days she said I can’t. I ended calling corporate telling them what’s going on they said she has to give me a hardship transfer and she never terminated me that she was trying to get me to loose my job. They also said they will get ahold of my store manager let her know what’s going on and get her to call me to get everything straightened out and get my transfer done. It’s been 3 days and still no phone call from the store manager. Only from the hr manager which corporate said that to not go through her no more to go through my store manager to stay clear. Little does the hr manager knows I’ve worked for Walmart 2 1/2 year ago. I’m not new to this. I know everything about it. I’m sick and tired of how Walmart it treating me I’m still a associate is what it says in their system and I’m still trying to get my store manager to give me a hardship transfer. #walmart #termination #management #advice
You’d think that folks who work in Restaurants are more careful than anyone, not to come in when they’re sick. 🤒 Unfortunately though, it is extremely difficult to take a sick day when employed in #Foodservices. 🥺 🤧 ❤️🔥
Often there will be a lot of pressure from management and others, to come in, regardless of your health or symptoms. 🤢 During the past decade, I’ve honestly seen hundreds of Restaurant workers on the job while ill. 🤕 😪 🍔
Obviously great hygiene, like masks and hand washing, can help prevent the spread of illness, and everyone handling food and beverages should follow as many safety guidelines as possible at all times, even when they’re healthy!! 💧🧼
As a very very very germ conscious person, I would be adamant about avoiding spreading illness when working in Restaurants personally, and luckily usually found someone to switch shifts with me, or pick mine up. 🤵🏻♀️📆 I worked hard to stay healthy, and never wanted to put any Customers in danger. It’s great to step in for coworkers who need you to cover sometimes, when you can, so that when you’re unable to come in, you have a couple favors to use and the Restaurant stays fully staffed. 👯♀️
You would be SHOCKED at the way hygiene rules in Restaurants would be broken before Covid. 🥴 I’ve seen some changes and improvements since then, but that doesn’t mean Restaurants are willing to be Short Staffed just because someone isn’t feeling their best. That guilt of causing strife and extra work for your coworkers by calling off is a HUGE motivator to get Staff to come in to work, and keep serving Food and Drinks while under the weather! 😓 ⛈ 🌬
Things have changed in millions of ways since the Pandemic started, but needing more sick days away from work have been one of the biggest changes for us all! This virus is going to be part of the rest of our whole lives, and most of us will get it over and over, many times. 😭
Working from Home has opened up a lot of new doors for flexibility when it comes to work, but it can still be hard to work from home when you’re feeling sick. 🛋 💻 😵💫 ☕️
Does your job let you take time off when you’re sick? Do you come into work anyway when you are sick? How often do you need to stay home these days? Are you able to work from home when you aren’t feeling well?? 😮💨🥴
I recently accepted a job offer, and a few days in and I already hate it. No one knows anything. Everyone is lost on what to do. Almost everyone, and I mean almost EVERYONE, QUIT. There are only four people, including myself, and they're new like me. The one who "knows" the most has only been at the company for a month. Like wtf? The boss is a lunatic who only cares about money and sending fucking emojis. Anyway, I start sending jobs application again. I thought I was done with that. Sorry for the bad grammar. # #management #advice #jobsearch
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