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Same stupid questions, same answers.

Posted by: otto ( retired, usa ) on April 21, 1999 at 12:44:00:

In Reply to: Safety posted by Ashley on April 20, 1999 at 11:59:56:

: I am not familiar with your safety practices, but it sounds to me that a manager of three years should have a much better attitude and awareness to not only the importance of workplace safety, but also where the responsibilities fall. As a manager of 8 years, I must say that it is managers with zero awareness or concern for the safety of their crew and customers that continue to give the company undue concern. Why don't you find a job that perhaps you are better suited for, might I suggest a "crash test dummy", I understand that the safety awareness is second to none! lol.

Sounds like you might be getting burned out after eight years.

Having to deal with the lower end of employee's available in the marketplace day after day is taxing.

Same stupid questions, same answers.

Yes, a lot of customers do things that invite injury in your store but
after all that is your concern to make the environment customer safe. Who knows what else they have on their minds as they slip and fall on your freshly mopped floor?

Good luck in the future and take a long weekend off once in a while.

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