Basic Part-Time Job Turned Sour
Sampler (Former Employee) – Fairfield, CA – April 18, 2016
Working here was an experience that I find to be a bit of a flop. The pay here was minimum wage, which is what you'd expect out of a little joint inside of a food court. However, a lot of pressure was put on me to perform something for the restaurant that clearly couldn't be done or was out of my control. They tasked me with passing out samples to nearby potential customers, and entice them to walk over and purchase something from the menu. However, even if I do my job perfectly; there is no guarantee that they'll ever by something. It isn't my job to sell the food, just to show them what they could be having. The sandwiches were considered by many to be overpriced, and the McDonalds across the food court was understandably a far more suitable option for those not will to spend 7-10 dollars on a sandwich. However, I feel that they blamed me for their lack of sales; and as a result let me go from employment just one month after picking me up.
Discount for the food, consistent hours
Weak pay, let go for poor reason, weak management.