Eventually, most employees get some kind of food safety training. The owners of the restaurant are supportive of Barry in his food safety efforts because they know if a food safety outbreak were ever linked to their restaurant; it would likely put them out of business. Still, the owners note there are additional costs for training and making sure food is handled safely. One day Barry comes to work and is rather upset even before he steps into the restaurant. Things haven’t been going well at home and he was lucky to rummage through some of the dirty laundry and find a relatively clean outfit to wear for work.
WHAT BOTHERED HER WAS THAT MANY EMPLOYEES WERE ALLOWING THEIR FRIENDS TO TAKE FREE FOOD, AND THE EMPLOYEES THEMSELVES WERE ALSO TAKING FOOD IN LARGE QUANTITIES WHEN LEAVING THEIR SHIFTS. THE POLICY WAS THAT EMPLOYEES COULD EAT WHATEVER THEY LIKED FREE OF CHARGE WHILE THEY WERE WORKING, BUT IT HAD BECOME COMMON FOR EMPLOYEES TO LEAVE WITH FOOD AND NOT TO BE CHARGED FOR THEIR SNACKS WHILE OFF DUTY AS WELL. The student employee felt these problems were occurring for several reasons. For example, employee wages were low, there was easy access to the unlocked storage room door, and inventory was poorly controlled. Also, there was weak supervision by the student managers and no written rules or strict guidelines.
Soup Kitchen Experience On Thursday, May 27th, I volunteered at the United Methodist soup kitchen to prepare them for the meal they would serve later that evening. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience not only because it was a great cause but also, the feeling you get from helping those less fortunate is a great sensation. I had volunteered there in the past serving in the evening so I wanted to help out earlier as to gain a new experience. A lot of the work that I did was prepping for the evening service. I cut onions, bread, and set up the tables and dessert trays.
The restaurant is usually open until 10 p.m. during the week and 11 p.m. on the weekend, so 8:15 p.m. was a fairly decent time to arrive at the restaurant for supper. No one greeted them at the door and after 10 minutes, they walked to the bar to attract the attention of the bartender to ask for a hostess to seat them. The hostess arrived and was clearly unpleasant and un- thoughtful as she tried to seat the family in an upper seating area. The family had a discussion with the hostess because the father is an amputee on crutches and cannot sit in an upper seating area, due to his disability. She then brought the family to another area, sat them with the lunch menus and no children’s menus.
Should Stores Be Open On Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving Day should be a day for friends and families to get together and celebrate a special meal as they give thanks. In most cases, the meals often include stuffing, turkey, potatoes, vegetables, gravy, pumpkin pie and cranberry alongside other meals. This day individuals should come together as families and give thanks for what they already have (Millard n.p.). Most people who live far from their families travel on Thanksgiving Day to be with their loved ones.
The food pantry is always open to more donations, additional support, or partnering with our school clubs and chapters. Throughout the year we hear that our local organizations are lacking basic supplies they usually can give out to people. I am looking forward to discussing a plan to better our community and help out the local food pantry. Being apart of many extracurricular activities, such as Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America, FCCLA and National Honor Society, I will able to ask my fellow members of those organizations to participate in volunteering with our community organizations. Whether it is volunteering to help people in picking up
Part of my earning was going toward helping my mother. So that let me with a few dollars in my pocket to enjoy with my friends. Being a prep cook was not easy to enjoy. After two years of working at the local supermarket being a part-time prep cook, I had decided it was time to move on. This was my worst job experience I have held so
Narrative Essay Winbush, Ajayah DEV 0155/ 4pm September 15, 2014 A Horrible Day at McDonalds A horrible day I had at a fast food restaurant is when I went to McDonalds during rush hour. First of all, I learned never to go there during rush hour. I tried to stay calm, cool and collective but that didn’t work. When I went up to the counter to place my order the worker had an attitude so she placed my order wrong. The restaurant was so packed with customers.
After a week of barely showing up to work, and going on spontaneous dates with the local waitress, Peter finds that he is going to be promoted, while Samir and Michael are going to be laid off. The layoffs lead Peter to convince Michael to infect the work computers, with Samir’s help, with a virus that would secretly steal money from the company. This goes terribly wrong when Michael misplaces a decimal and instead of fractions of a penny going missing, full dollars go missing. When Peter goes to turn in his confession, fully knowing he is going to go to jail, he finds the office in a much unexpected state. Milton, the worker who had been laid off five years ago, but no one had told him, was finally fed up with being walked all over and set the building on fire, something he had muttered about before.
They didn’t show me how to use the washer so I had to ask someone to help me work it. No body told me that it was going to overflow and when it happen to me I didn’t know what to do. The whole floor was full with water and everyone got mad at me. The manager just assumes that I can do everything with out any training. The absent of the boss also became a problem.