Good lord I thought we’re the only ones getting massive amounts of repacks! my store is backed up with shitload amount or repacks in less than a week.But don't stay next time. Today I sashayed away from a flat with ten repacks on it without telling a soul. Just saw it, said "NOPE" then bounced! I worked my scheduled amount of hours. So I saved them from having to pay me overtime! See, I'm a team player!
Is it my fault DC sends us an insane amount of repacks? We've had double after double and it's turned me into the store's biggest asshole. People actively avoid me now and I couldn't be happier
I hands down unapologeticlly will bribe my team members that stay with lunch, drinks, Starbucks... whatever works lolWhen I was a Micky Dee's mgr I was always asking people to stay longer. Of course, I would always offer/bribe them with a free meal.
I never even really got a thank you for staying late @ Spot. LIke was mentioned earlier, they act like the extra money is bribe enough.
At least gimme something from SB!!!
ASANTS. I hear it all the time. My leads always say thank you. I actually find it weird. I'm just doing my job. No reason to thank me for going into work and working hard.Along with all the other changes there has been a huge change in our culture. Leaders used to be all about being fast, fun and friendly. They were polite and gave recognition to team members. These days I never hear please or thank you and that's a shame. It makes me sad to read some of the attitudes expressed here.
According to you-" I was helping push seasonal freight because the truck was huge (note backroom is not where I usually work) and by the time I'm supposed to leave my lod asks if I can stay later (there were 2 more flats of seasonal that was not pushed) me being a nice person I said yes I can stay..."It's human decency to ask not demand.
That being said, I live with my parents still, and I stay as long as freaking possible so that I do have to live with them forever, lolI think people who prefer not to stay later are college students or are people that still live with their parents, and the extra little money they make isn’t as important. I don’t mean that in a rude way, I’m in the same situation and I’m the same way, lol. But if I were living on my own and had my own bills to pay, I’d definitely take all the hours I could get.
You’re getting $12 an hour. Not $7.50. Stop being a lazy ass and work harder. Work ethic is a good thing to have.This bothers me the most.
They think we should work as hard as they do when we make a lot less. Sure, if I made as much as them (with bonuses) I'd work my ass off too. If they really want us to do more they should give us bonuses when the store does well and make sure that the TMs that have been there longer are making more than the new ones coming in the door.
Seeing some kid make the same as me while doing half of the work doesn't motivate me. I make as much as some people who have been at my store for 10 years! I've only been there for 4! That's not right. This is the very definition of a dead end job lol
It's almost 2019. People are getting $12/hr. to flip burgers.You’re getting $12 an hour. Not $7.50. Stop being a lazy ass and work harder. Work ethic is a good thing to have.
Good point but you forgot to add this workload is designed for a $15 min wage yet expect it at $12. Even at $15 an hour though no matter how bad spot wants more work done...people can only do so much per shift. On top of that the only reason we are headed to $15 is because laws around the country a starting to force their hand.It's almost 2019. People are getting $12/hr. to flip burgers.
The increase in pay shouldn't come shackled with vastly increased responsibilities. It's meant to be a living wage. There should be no strings attached.