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My daughter, wants/needs a job but she is only 14, i looked up and some restaurants might hire her but i don't know the name of them. Please write a list of restaurants will hire her.
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/26/2011
What kind of jobs can a foreigner get when he has a highschool diploma with a good grades ?? i know its not much but .. something i dont mind starting in macdonalds there i can meet people learn to ...
3 answers - Asked By: - 8/26/2011
I know two people that already work there, and potentially have another connect of knowing someone who knows an employee there as well. I want work (possibly now) but primarily for summertime. I wou...
1 answers - Asked By: Maya Berkowicz - 12/13/2011
Why do managers always preach "teamwork" and then a few of us work hard and the rest of them slack? Then when a hard worker complains, the managers don't like it. Then I start to act bossy and I hate ...
9 answers - Asked By: traciemjones9 - 7/22/2006
I was just offered a full time job as a restaurant greeter at a hotel. I plan to go home for a week over Christmas; however, I haven't bought my plane ticket yet. Should I tell them this now, or will ...
4 answers - Asked By: - 11/6/2009
I know pretty much many people who aren't experienced workers and get good payments. I may be wrong. Like always... I plan ahead! Even before i know a little, i'm that type of person that puts there h...
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/10/2013
I dont mind tipping but I do mind companies only paying their employess 3 dollars an hour and expecting us to feel bad for their employess and foot the bill of giving them a good wage instead of the ...
8 answers - Asked By: hispregnantwife! - 6/2/2008
Okay so I'm a 17 yr old in Orange Park, Fl. I'm about to turn 18 in March, and I don't have a job yet. I have always heard that working in fast food places is quick and easy, then again working in res...
5 answers - Asked By: babygirl523 - 10/1/2009
I work at a locally owned restaurant and I've only been there about 2 weeks but in that time the owner has shoved me twice. Not only is he rude, and extremely bossy, but he thinks it's okay to push me...
8 answers - Asked By: - 9/28/2013
I want my first job and I am not really sure yet where I want to work. What are some good job options?
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/27/2011
I am bad at it, it's my first time working for a restaurant and im a cashier. We did about a week of training then invited friends and family to the restaurant to help us practice and it was hectic, o...
3 answers - Asked By: Myesha - 8/18/2010
If you had to pick between these two jobs, which would you pick and why? A Valet, or a job at a restaurant. The job at the restaurant will more than likely be prep cook / line cook.
2 answers - Asked By: ndra - 9/9/2012
I'm a really good worker I think but my only job I have had is McDonalds where I work now. I'm not that smart and not that good at getting homework done but I don't have a problem getting what needs t...
4 answers - Asked By: - 12/2/2013
I've worked in several restarants and they are all similar. Why does professional business etiquette go out the window between co-workers? Seems there are no limits to sexual comments and things that...
7 answers - Asked By: roto42 - 3/1/2006
I worked as a waitress, bartender and manager in a New Orleans restaurant, and I've had some pretty ridiculous experiences with customers (and sometimes other staff members!) before. Thought some othe...
5 answers - Asked By: Elizabeth - 4/28/2009
I'm planning on getting a part time job during as I go to school in the fall. The problem is that I don't have work experience or a reference. Don't I need to make a resume to apply for a job? How sho...
5 answers - Asked By: Buttercake - 8/22/2011
1. Where do you work, and how long have you worked there? 2. How many hours a week do you work? school nights? how late? vacation? weekends? 3. Describe your job. 4. How do you like your job? 5. H...
1 answers - Asked By: s**u - 6/5/2008
If I just wanted to clean up after the animals, put food out for them, and do general handywork around the zoo, what job title would this be?
3 answers - Asked By: Beeblebrox - 6/12/2009
I've heard that there is a good number of foreign chef/prep cooks, or hotel workers in Thailand. What are the requirements for a work permit for these kinds of jobs. I will be marrying my fiance who...
8 answers - Asked By: James H - 7/11/2010
I saw this news special where his guy was setting up a buffet, when he dropped some food on the floor and picked it up and put it in the buffet. At a KFC, this guy was frying chicken when at the same ...
9 answers - Asked By: CRAZY/Beautiful - 3/26/2007
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