What do you enjoy most about being a dishwasher? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
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Ive been with my job for a year. Im getting 8.55 an hour (grrrrr)I feel it needs to be 10.00 an hour. Do you think thats a fair amount? What is the (correct pay) for doing this? Thank you all for answering.
What are the top 3 traits or skills every dishwasher must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your dishwasher expertise?
does anyone know where I can get a full time job as a dishwasher and if they are hiring now. I also have 5 years and 4 months of experience in dishwashing.
in 2001 during the 9/11 era alot if good people lost their job or career because of the economy. I was a 12 year retail security manager for a large retail chain. My store was permanently closed along with other stores. I attempted to live off the unemployment checks,but it wasn't enough. I couldn't find another loss prevention job. The economy was not doing well.B being a Army vet I was determined. I was confined to the house watching cooking shows back to back. I always loved cooking. One day ...
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming dishwasher interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
Hi, just wondering if anyone has any sort of tips or advice for someone that has never had a dishwashing job before. I've been at it for about 7 months now, and while I feel I'm doing a good job(and I've been told I'm doing great by upper management), I always strive to improve. I'm just wondering if there are any tips, tricks, or bits of advice a more experienced dishwasher could pass on to newer ones like myself.
Being a dishwasher sucks and you all know that. I got bored of going to work high on weed because I don't want to be high staring at dirty dishes and the wall. Getting high is supposed to be fun. I make $13 an hour washing dishes compared to $15 for the cook. I have decided to quit but my boss doesn't know that yet until 3 days later where they think I have doctors appointments and errands. They don't feed me since 4 hours of continious work is not consideted 5 hours to get fed by law but I a...
working in a restaurant,40 hours per week. some coworkers are really bad and rude at me, head chef keeps throwing new daily routine works on me while ignoring the fact that my workload is already terribly huge enough. not being respected at all, feel like i am not a human being in their eyes but only a tool. thinking about to quit everyday and will do so when i get a better job. good luck for the rest of you dishwashing comrades, cheers.
What are some reasons why you or whoever do not enjoy or want to wash dishes?
I just got a dish washing job at this one place, the cook just said, if you can work ill pay you good money, no W-2's no nothin, no training either, after a few days I ask for a day off.. he tell me he needs me "all days" 3pm-12am, he /might/ give me one day off after 3/4 weeks. Is that even legal? What do I do, am I a fool?
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Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
Hello guys i'm new here, my position is a dishwasher, never been one before so its very new to me and i would love some help. I had to choose this job because my husbands company got sold and wasn't enough money to keep the family and house going, so, so to speak i needed a job pronto and this was the only thing that would go along with all the at home stuff i have to do (cleaning, kids ect,) and working around my husbands schedule. and to tell you the truth i really like it, coming from doing r...
Everyday I go to work and there are stacks of pots and pans because my co-workers are too LAZY... So I have to bust my back trying to wash them all so that the prep cooks can prepare the food in the pans. Frantically rubbing the green pads on the freaking pans eats away at my skin. The soap water giving me pruny skin doesn't help at all too. I try to use latex gloves at times but they just cause my hand to cramp and water still gets inside of them. Does anybody have a suggestions?
How did you get your start doing dishwasher work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
I can't even find a dishwasher job,that would be a good job ton hava,so stop complaning on this page.
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most dishwasher opportunities?
What is the best training for becoming a dishwasher? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective dishwasher?What do non-traditional career paths look like?