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Paul Baker
Community Specialist
18 days ago

"We all quit. Sorry for the inconvenience."

These Burger King employees had it their way, and quit due to poor working conditions. Watch this video. #quit #foodservices

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Michael Jones
4 days ago

All jobs should have...

Safety. And respect

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Isaiah Bowman
8 days ago

All jobs should have...

In my personal opinion I believe that all jobs should have a great communication system. Also team leadership and accountability. One of the most important things is to have accountability and control .

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Dawn Harlow
8 days ago

All jobs should have...

I would have to say management management is the number one key to any successful business you're good to your employees your employees will be good to you

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James Smith
12 days ago

All jobs should have...

Benefits. Making money is great but health benefits, profit sharing and 401 k. Are important things to have its not all about money #benefits

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James Williams
10 days ago
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Amy Jenkins
11 days ago

All jobs should have...

A team that works together and that you can trust.

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Rosie Bowens
13 days ago

All jobs should have...

All jobs should treat their employees with Respect. Dart Container did just that!

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Paloma Del Llano
19 days ago

WORK AVAILABLE

If you're looking for work, pass by ATL SEACH GROUP in Peachtree Corners! #hiring #backtoworkri #jobs #jobsearch #stocking #jobhunt #career #georgia #atlanta

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Heath Alva
18 days ago

Epic quitting stories

Have you ever had enough of a job and just decided one day to quit but in legendary fashion? Asking because a Burger King in Lincoln, Nebraska had their entire crew quit in spectacular fashion. And before we think that they were spoiled, think again, this is from the General Manager of the store, "Flores [the GM} said the restaurant is short staffed and she would end up working 50 to 60 hours a week. She said at one point they did not have working air conditioning in the kitchen, where temperatures reached 90 degrees. Flores had to go to the hospital after becoming dehydrated." That sounds like a dedicated staff that in the end was just fed up with being treated like a commodity and not as human beings. #foodservice #jobsearch #quit

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