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quit if you don't like it

Posted by: Andrew ( McD., Canada ) on August 19, 1998 at 23:55:07:

In Reply to: Observer posted by Salvador on May 26, 1998 at 11:23:55:

: Stealing should not be condoned or encouraged. But here's a thought; if McDonalds was to offer slightly better wages, some free meals and telephone calls and rest breaks; there may not be so many disgrunteled employees having to steal to get their own back. This is often the justification. The fact that employees are peeved off, should highlight the fact that maybe the working conditions at the workplace aren' good enough. Telling these employees to go somewhere else will not get rid of the problem. Others will keep on doing it. Of course there are employees who do it for the fun of it.

I can't believe that there are people, or in this case employees, who actually think that they can steal from their employer because they think that their not being paid enough or not getting any freebies such as meals....As a Crew Trainer at McD's, i'll admit that ofcourse its not the best job and that their are things bout the company i don't like but i'm not about to start stealing cause i think i'm entitled to it. There will always be better and worse jobs out there. If you don't like your job, quit so maybe someone who needs it can have it.

I don't praise my job, but its just that a job, and i report those who i see stealing, they get fired.

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