I'm not a lazy person by any means, but the sheer volume of work that's expected of you, is astronomical. The pay doesn't reflect the expected output. Restaurant supervisors are expected to work a schedule dictated by business, but posted with only 3 days of notice...so, you may have 5 days off in a week. You may not have any days off. The hardest part of the job is the constant negativity from upper management. Instead of fixing a problem when it's current, Guests love to explain it to their comment cards, which get read by the senior management, weeks later. Then, those managers come to you and say, "Why did this happen in the first place." When frankly, i didn't know there was an issue at all. By now, there's nothing I can do to fix the situation.
Free lunch, Free Uniform Dry Cleaning, Free health clinic on site.
long work days. not enough pay. very difficult language barriers. too many dishonest people.