i just got my first job as a hostess...? i'm 16 years old and just got my first job as a hostess at a small but nice mexican restaurant nearby. during the interview, i found out i got the job, and the manager scheduled me for my training this sunday from 4:30-8. then he called me yesterday to tell me it slipped his mind that sunday (being easter) they close at 3..but that he scheduled me to work next week so i could come in sunday to see my schedule for next week. does this mean i'm supposed to start working without training?! also..being a hostess, i have several questions. 1. do they answer the phones? 2. what do they do when the place is somewhat empty/nobody new is coming in?..just stand there? also...during the interview, he told me the uniform - khaki pants, a black or brown belt, and a company shirt (which he will provide for me.) and no-slip, comfortable shoes..i have several questions about that.. 1. before he gives me the shirt on the first day i work, what kind of shirt should i wear in there before i change into the company one? 2. as much as i think about it, i cant remember if he said the shoes had to be a particular color. i remember him saying they had to be no-slip, but i cant remember if he said particularly black or brown or something. i dont want to get new shoes and them be wrong! i was thinking about getting sperry's....any suggestions on what i should do? sorry that's alot of writing...but thank you for your help!

Asked By: lalalalala - 4/10/2009
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Dress casual when you go in to get the company shirt... More
Answered By: Ed Atun - 4/10/2009
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When you go in Sunday to check your schedule, you can ask your manger these questions... More
Answered By: Natalie S - 4/10/2009
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