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Do your job and be happy you got one. I work at Texas Road house and do the dirty work and the only reason I'm looking for another job is their isn't another hours for me.

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I went in to work my shift and one of there new manager to be I had to put my hair in a ponytail and I told her I could not because I just got a perm so she sent me home and told me to call that Sunday and let her know about my hair so I call her but she told the new gm that I call out so they let me go i did not call out and he told me in 3 months i can come back so when i call them 4 months later he told me no cause it was to soon they r a joke but everybody else out there can have there hair down and nothing is said about they kiss there but

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Family emergency in a different state

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I was terminated for a mistake I made that one day. Never was written up, or even warned, and I was never given a second chance. I was also blamed for not being available when we have been short hosts for two months now, and I worked 3-4 days a week, and that was an excuse as to fire me. I didn't know I had to be the one to hire people, I thought that was managements job.

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Terrible hours, terrible pay, but a horrible manager was the straw that broke the camels back.

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Too many hours and unrealistic numbers to meet. The people running the company have never worked inside the restaurants and have absolutely no clue that you actually need to staff the restaurant to take care of the guests.

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Moved away.

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Management decided I wasn't a cook. I refused to wash dishes for them. I signed there paper work and walked out the door. When I told them in the exit interview that they had a hostile work environment, the manager defended said environment.

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While many people at my work had colored hair and piercings, I dyed my hair green and was told I had a week to tone it down or they'd find my replacement

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I am still employed by them

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