too much glamour to the exec and not enough respect for guys on the brigade - Page 2
Yes Torrie I have had bad days and know exactly where you were standing with the first post.
IMO a bad day in hospitality is equal to using salt instead of sugar in my sweet tea.
I KNOW we are talking major coin here so won't poke the bear again but will say this....
All those years I worked the house was spent making my guests happy!
I KNEW the fun would someday end so I tried to enjoy every day for what it was.
Of course I was behind the bar and demanded absolute power while on the clock
Sometime in the future you will look upon your current position and ask yourself.....wtf was I bitchin' about?
My wtf moment came when I delivered a premi baby in a hospital elevator and was able to keep it alive until the doors opened on the NICU floor.
THAT my friend was a humbling moment.
Sounds like you were just tired, and contrary to your own belief he is very aware of his teams state of mind.
Also you made it pretty clear where you work, lets hope your chef doesn't read forums, or it might not be so awesome you were sent home.