- McJobs and Workers -
My guess is more than likely not
Posted by: Derek ( USA ) on August 17, 1999 at 12:40:02:
In Reply to: To Frogman posted by Aussie Maccas Chick on August 06, 1999 at 12:20:57:
# I accept that and dont see a problem with it. At my first full-time job I won't be working for
a few coins every hour. I will be appreciated and surrounded by respectable,professional and
educated people that understand the concept of behaving in a civilised fashion. So thank you
for telling me something I already know.
PS> At least i can read - unlike highschool dropout McDonalds managers!!
According to this you looked down upon your bosses you saw them as subhuman as beneath you yet you insist they should have respected you tell me something when you were working there if you didn't do the job of cleaning and cooking and serving the customers what would you do? If they only ask you once and you do it that is good work ethic if a boss now were to ask for a progress report on the project you were working on so he would now if you needed more help from him or anyone else would you call him a slavedriver. My guess is more than likely not. And during my career so far at college I have found more civilized people who know how to show anyone respect who deserves it living on streetcorners then in College or the proffessional world.