They have a horrible habit of not writing on the tickets and coming by the pass and just screaming the orders and leaving.....
I had finished with school and had no need of my gypsy hospitality income just when the (POS?) computer tickets were becoming standard, so yer gonna have to cut me some slack)
I would work any part of the house (quite versitile, no?) but my true love was a fast moving hotel bar.
After the cocktail servers wrote and called their orders said ticket would be dropped in a box to be checked and red lined.
Happy hour was the most "lucrative" time slot on the schedule (I got all kind of bribes when schedule time came around, lol) because the room would be SRO with freshly scrubbed "oil people" that would get so pie eyed drunk you could add a magnum of champagne to the ticket and no one would notice (hotel rooms vs drunk driving...was easy to figure out the answer to that dilemma)
Typical scam... either they were stealing from my bar (cash ticket with the drink not written down ) or padding a guest's tab with a cash order.
Sometimes during the chaos one of the bartenders would mark the orders as correct just to empty the box (or sometimes a bartender would have a little scheme going on with a waitress)
Hopefully you have someone keeping track of those types of employees.
Where money is involved there will always be someone that can figure out the system on how to get your $ into their pocket.
Sorry OT...broke my NY resolution to not go OT.
Doing alot better....still a ways to go.