I don't say much about this, but I'll be honest. I get paid $4/hour + shitty tips to do four different people's jobs when all I was hired to do is wait tables. That's all my job description says I have to do. But on any regular shift, I wait and buss tables, get the drive-thru window and the phones and fold boxes (CSR job), handle the register (manager's job), and get the cut-table (cook's job) for not even half of what any of those other three employees make an hour.
And yet my district manager has the gall to threaten to write me up the one time I forget to vacuum the dining room if I forget to do it again. You know, the night I was there almost an hour after closing because of one table that didn't leave me jack shit. Nevermind I've been bitching and moaning to this same district manager for the last year about the aforementioned morning crew never cleaning up their tables before they leave and leaving their messes all over the place (napkins and silverware misplaced everywhere, receipts all over the counters, etc). Not one word to them over the last year, BUT THE ONE TIME I FORGET TO DO SOMETHING. hhhhhh
I do not understand my coworkers or my managers or this restaurant's double standards, I JUST. Keep reminding myself, "two more months, two more months, two more months..." It doesn't make me feel any better or make the time go by faster, but it gives me a more apathetic feel to the job and I focus more on my tables than I do my coworkers' stupidity.
okay I feel better
/goes back to watching fucking Power Rangers