Originally Posted by hamlrt
And to tell you of my career awards so you don't think I'm some yahoo Brit spouting off....
1977 Salon Culiniere Plymouth ( my first competition against adults Highly commended certificate , I was 11 years old)
1986 Salon Culiniere Torquay bronze medal
1989 Salon Culiniere Torquay silver medal
1992 Young chef of the year award
Cooked for Hollywood A listers
Cooked for British and German Royalty
Ran high end functions and so on ..Your thoughts please
My thought is why would you feel the need to boast your accolades here, you're not interviewing.
I'm not sure if you noticed or not hamlrt, but the USA is in a bit of a economic slump.
People are taking whatever jobs they can get, whether or not they are qualified in your eyes or not,
so long as they get the job and can keep it and be paid in order to pay their bills.
You are a guest in our country and you are getting a paycheck to pay your bills.
What does it matter how someone else is running their business, it's not yours, you're the employee, period.
I understand that you just wanted to vent your discord, but as others have said, a general, sweeping statement is not necessarily the way to do it.