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Nur Yunlu
about 11 hours ago

Restaurant businesses have no consistency, and outside variables such as public events and weather have the power to affect the restaurant business.

As restaurant workers, we know if the restaurant has a slow night. We won’t make money either.

In this case, it makes sense for the restaurant to call-off workers/workers. While restaurants save from labor costs, the rest of the workers can make money in the slow shift.

At the same time, losing a shift that there is no money for the day. It can frustrate restaurant workers/workers who call off their restaurant shifts.

Either way, we should keep it positive and not be stressed about call-offs! Share your opinion in the comments!

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John Biddle

What is a Fresher? I love it. It's the same thing in the emails these losers send you. Say yes, and your hired. They should hire professional writers to write that BS. I am sure they have stolen enough money off innocent people they could afford somebody!

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Phoebe Montrie
about 16 hours ago

No matter where you work - at an Office, Restaurant, Park, Hospital, and obviously, at Home - you or your coworkers probably have your own #1 preferred crutch, to treat yourselves with, throughout the workday! 🍫🍿🥤🍱 🥪 🍬

There are enough cliche jokes out there about work and coffee as an essential pair, to bore us for a lifetime! 😮‍💨 ☕️ 😆 That doesn’t mean folks don’t still guzzle it down by the gallon to make it through the workday! As a society we are most likely addicted to caffeine more than ever before, in all of human history! 🤤 ☕️ 🫖

This is going to sound crazy, but I don’t ever consume caffeinated things, and haven’t for years. I did when I was younger, but the older I get, the less I like how caffeine makes me feel, and affects my sleep patterns. So I don’t personally drink caffeinated coffee - even decaf is too strong for me! I miss the flavor of coffee soooo much! I even had a coffee flavored greek yogurt this morning, as a dupe for a latte! And it’s one of my favorite Ice Cream Flavors!! 🥄 🍨 ✨🍦✨ ☕️ 🥄

Working in a restaurant definitely has some upsides, and nonstop access to a 🥤 free soda fountain or soda gun, 🥤can sometimes be one of them. Since I don’t drink coffee, my work drink of choice was usually Club Soda with a Splash of Lemonade, in the days before flavored sparkling water was all the rage! Now I’m usually drinking a Spindrift Sparking Water or more budget friendly sparkling water, and plain water when I’m working at the park. ☀️ 🍓 🫗 🍋 🥤 🫐

In my own experience, it seems like most Restaurant Workers wouldn’t go an hour without a caffeinated beverage to get them through the shift, empty energy drink cans can be found all over the Front AND Back of the House!! 😅😂

WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO LEAN ON TO GET THROUGH WORK?? ANY SNACKS OR BEVERAGES THAT HELP YOU MAKE IT TO THE END OF A SHIFT?? WHAT ABOUT OTHER TREATS?? ✨ ☕️ 🥜 🍇 🍭 🥯 🍌 🧁 🍩 🥗 🍟 ✨

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Ford Simpson

What about the Dads?

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John Biddle

Must be able to pass a background check? Thanks for the laugh minion scammers!

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Nur Yunlu
2 days ago

Server Assistant / Busser: They help servers to maintain support for taking care of the guests. They usually pick up dirty dishes, replace plates and silverware, and pour water for guests. If you don’t like to talk to people, it is your job you complete it.

Server: Welcome guests and answer their questions about food and drinks, take their food and drinks orders, and cash them out. A person needs to enjoy talking with people. Otherwise, it is hard to complete as a job.

Bartender: Making drinks and take in care of bar customers.

Food Runner: Run the food for each table. If you don’t like to talk to people, it is not the right job for you.

Host: Welcome guests and sit them in the server’s sections.

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Robin Austin
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Busser-get the tables cleaned to get the next customers in that table

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Bartender- went to bartending school to get certified so as to not over serve drinks when guests get drunk. I like to talk with people so I like to serve, money is nice to. Food runner I like to be a team player.

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Dan Hinkle
3 days ago

What made me stay at #Sprouts Farmers Market was

Horrible place to work. I was a store manager. Good old boys network, do not understand importance of communication with employees and poor reatment of employees is unbelievable. #management #retail

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Nur Yunlu
4 days ago

I’m working in a restaurant with weird rules where I cannot order takeout food order for myself before or after my shifts.

I must call/come to the restaurant the day I don’t work. The restaurant has a family meal which is a free meal for employees.

I worked in all different types of restaurants. Some of them let you order a free meal from the menu (cost fewer items, not the entire menu).

Some restaurants offer a 50 percent discount, but you can’t order takeout. You must have to eat your food at the restaurant.

What would you prefer to have a free meal or a discount on every purchase?

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Dawn Lester
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Free meal :).when I work

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Robert Newell

A free meal

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7 days ago

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Phoebe Montrie
8 days ago

At a lot of jobs, but especially at Restaurant Jobs, there are always a few staff members who call off or ask to trade shifts very, very often. Sometimes even skipping the part where they call and just simply not showing up at all. This is called a “No Call/No Show”. 😱 😰 🥶

In those situations 🧑‍💼 Managers usually turn to their 🦹‍♀️ A Team 🦸🏻‍♀️of reliable staff to pick up the shifts, or work harder to make up for the loss, and shortstaffing. 💞✨

The main reasons someone would pick up an extra shift are; needing the money or extra hours, wanting to help a friend at work by covering, or wanting to support a manager you like a lot!! 💫 🌟

It feels good to step in when necessary, but often picking up these bonus shifts can cause a strain on your own schedule as well. 💕

Do you mind covering for your coworkers by picking up shifts? Do you often trade shifts you are assigned for different ones? Are you in a situation where your schedule is flexible enough or you need the extra cash?? 💸 😮‍💨 😵‍💫

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Socorro Hernandez
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As someone that has picked up shifts or traded with coworkers, I can say now that it’s was a.) my coworkers lack of capacity to negotiate with their mgr or mine or b.) they did not feel that the mgr liked my co workers to even build a relationship to even negotiate! Which speaks more about the mgr, not really doing the work of making sure new employees get acclimated to their job site 💔

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Nur Yunlu
9 days ago

Some people enjoy working in the same place for a long time. Knowledge and confidence grew over the years. Enjoy seeing the same environment and coworkers. Seniority is a plus. Making less money doesn’t affect their decision in the workplace.

On the other hand, some people prefer to put first income more than interaction with others or the environment.

If restaurants start losing business, restaurant workers make less money.

Would you change your job or stay?

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Phoebe Montrie
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I've done both and there are pros and cons to each!! Sometimes when you stay in one place for too long it can feel stagnant or the drama gets tiresome. Restaurants often have the same recurring problems that never get solved, and that can cause a strain. Switching to a new one is extremely challenging and not always rewarding, and I think thats why some folks will stay, even if a restaurant isn't making money! Thanks for this post! 🖤

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Gregory Go

Also leaving one restaurant or server job is easy. Known for high turn over. They can be a dime a dozen. Some are also cut throat too. Others can be cliquish and exclusive. The stress interview e.g. why did you leave your old job hee haw hee Other gross operators Robert Irvine Shreds as the "best server" or "best line cook" is a liability not an asset also The Restaurant starring Roco DiSpirito John Taffer Bar Rescue Wille Restaurant Steakout

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Any Palumbo

Why is impossible to applying

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Dwayne Boone

Last I knew, 10.20/Hr.

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