I was the one who questioned your hesitancy in terminating. I see now that there is much more involved.
I saw some posts going in the direction of labor department. I was short on time that day but wanted to relate that sometimes, fast movement is the way to go in this situation normally. I was once brought up before the labor board, I started telling them that I had givin this person a chance and R A. explaining that they couldn't bring up mixes, bake, or anything of their job requirements from day 1.Although their resume said with thier experience, this was a non issue. Well needless to say I had lost. The main reason being that if this person was this bad I would have terminated sooner.
Just a thought.
Tough situation for you, you'll handle it.
Oh, I see you handled it, cuddos
59K for a 40 yr old. Isn't it funny how this industry is so primitive we think that is a good salary for someone with experience
I figure that I've been in the industry for 3+ decades. With my education and work experience I should be up in the 1.5 million a year as compared to some other fields like financial or medical. People wonder why I just laugh when they ask me if my son is going to get the business or work in the hospitality industry. That might be the only thing that may cause me to disown him:lol:
The only rule I have between us is that he not even wait tables, buss, etc. in college
Sorry, off topic.
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