So we have to check the facts on this one. Was the soup bowl too heavy for a waiter to carry? Was the owner in the way of the waiter and caused him to lose his balance? Was it too hot outside that soup wasn’t supposed to be ordered anyway? It’s easy blaming the waiter, but we have to get the facts right.
We have a feeling this restaurant owner had to blame someone and the waiter was his easiest way out.
What a Waste of Time
We have a feeling the HR department of this company knew all along that the candidate was only 17 years old. It's the first thing you fill in on an application form. Unless, the form was filled in in January, and the candidate is a December birthday celebrator so whoever went through the application form, got his math wrong.
Dear employer, next time do us a favor, check the details, and stop wasting people's time. Even if those people are only 17.
This is one of those wasn't meant to be situations. Or, we are trying to spare you from a really bad boss situation. Either way, this employee who lost their job before it even started was in luck. I mean, how inconsiderate can someone be?
The snow will carry on falling, driveways will carry on being blocked, and God will carry on saving people from terrible bosses.
There's something nice about taking the staff (and especially new employees) out for a drink. It's a great way to loosen up and make the workers feel comfortable, as openness will guarantee good results at work. Well, openness will bring along other things too.
Like a letter of dismissal. What was this dude thinking to himself? This is something you don't do regardless of the person being your boss or not.
It Wasn’t Meant to Be
You know Murphy? Well, he always comes when least welcomed and when least expected. And by the looks of it, he visited this new employee the night before the first day on the new job.
This was probably a sign that the new job wasn't meant to be. Can you think of a better reason for this happening?