How do I deal with lazy high school kids at work?

I'm a 21-year-old college student and I'm a shift manager at a Subway restaurant. Three high school kids are also employed there. One of them goes to the restroom a lot and talks on her cell phone and she thinks nobody notices. I caught another in a lie the other day and the third one piddles around on the front line when we're extremely busy. I don't gripe at them very much because I afraid they'll get back at me or quit which means I'll have to work more. Also, my boss does not back me when I try to make things better. I would try to find another job but this one is easy and I get off on all the days that I need, which is alot! I can't fire anyone and I absolutely cannot work any extra time since, as a music major, I don't have any!

Asked By: lsisk - 2/25/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
If your boss doesn't care then you shouldn't either. I know it's hard now but once you graduate from college you won't have to deal with that crap anymore. Just let it go and bring me a sandwich...toasted.
Answered By: jimstock60 - 2/25/2007
Additional Answers (5)
suck it up, and be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man, be a man.
Answered By: ChaChaCHA! - 2/25/2007
well get them out from ur mind or try to advice them
Answered By: micho - 2/25/2007
Your the manager, set some rules. No cell phone unless your on your break. When your busy, put them on stations.. the lazy one will have to work.
Answered By: Christie G - 2/25/2007
I don't know--I'm trying to deal with them being lazy at home.
Answered By: Melissa S - 2/25/2007
Well, not to be rude, but you say that your job is easy--so are you setting a high standard for the workplace... More
Answered By: Violet777 - 2/25/2007
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