Do you just lurk here constantly and wait for opportunities to bring that up?
Originally Posted by bighead384
Anyway, one situation is a matter of rules, and the other is a matter of manners. Dennis Farina explains a similar ethical debate perfectly.
Restaurants should pay employees more for any time for which they weren't scheduled. What Jojan said is reasonable as well. Restaurants should delineate three times clearly and transparently: the time the kitchen closes, the time the dining room closes, and the time the employees should expect to go home (after they're done cleaning up).
Last edited by XYlophonetreeZ; 09-24-2012 at 09:08 AM.
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