Should I start looking for another job?
I dont wanna sound like a diva but Im soo glad I have a job! I just started at Bojangles. Today was my second day "training" So I first got there, I asked a manager what to do and they said they would be right back and they went to go grab my apron out of their office. They didnt come back, so another manager handed me a manual and told me to read it. I did it. Then I got back and the manager named Lucille couldnt find me an apron, so she told me to go clean the dining room. I wasnt on register but last time i checked that was front lines job. But i did as I was told. And so Shirley another manager came out and said how many tables I missed when I obviously wiped them all down. But i did as I was told and REWIPED them. Then the guy that hired me..i FINALLY found out his name is Jim and he came up yelling and was like i need you to get this wiped down blah blah, I had no idea what he was saying, but I did it. And Shirley came back and told me how I have to organize the salts and peppers to face different ways, and how the tables face a different way. She also told me how I had to mop and sweep. I figured that but no one told me to do it. And today I was suppose to be there from 230 to 5:30 cause im training, and i took a few orders but still messed up and they want me to repeat it on the mic as soon as i type it in, but I think thats rude cause what if the customer is talking and you dont hear them? But i do it anyways. Then Shirley came back up and asked my trainer did she show me how to do the dining room. She led me back out and showed me and a rewiped the tables for the fifth time. So it was about 4:30 and they came up to me and said "labor is high" So were letting you off early. Long story short. I worked at McDonalds and this was the reason why I quit. Driving 30 minute, one day I showed up at McDonalds and they jokingly said Hey Mariah(thats me) Wanna go home? Labor is high. But they laughed it off. Then when they would schedule me 9/10 hour shifts I would only work 6 hours. Labor was ALWAYS high there and their business somehow dropped. I just dont want Bojangles to be McDonalds all over again. What should I do? SERIOUS ANSWERS ONLY
Asked By: joshpeckfreak - 11/13/2011
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I would left after the first ten minutes of that crap. You my dear are a trooper. Find another job and get out of that crazy house, there are to many cooks in the kitchen. Have fun! XD
Answered By: Uchiha - 11/13/2011
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Um, I have never had to deal with anything like this, but I think you should stick with it. If you really hate your job, maybe apply for other ones, but keep the job you currently have until you have another one in line. Jobs are hard to come by anymore because competition for them.
Answered By: Brenda Rae - 11/13/2011
To start off I have worked in the Hospitality industry for over 15 years. I also want to say in my opinion life is too short to hate your job every day. From what you are saying this restaurant sounds overly managed with quite a bit of micromanagement going on. If you are trying to get good experience in FOH (front of... More
Answered By: Eric - 11/13/2011
9-10 hours is not long. If you want 6 hours, your goign to die before you can find that. But they sound like asses, just go back to McDonalds
Answered By: lolmastr - 11/13/2011
don't quit because you'll regret it a sucky job is better than no job competition for jobs is SO HIGH right now so if you have one don't let go
Answered By: Jessie - 11/13/2011
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