A big part of coming to a new workplace, aside from bringing your particular set of skills, is also showing up with your unique personality. It’s an important part of the hiring process and bosses certainly do look for specific personalities that they believe will thrive in the work environment.
Unfortunately, this chain store rearranged certain steps throughout the process. The result? Hiring a worker before finding out that they’re not suited to the job. We’re curious though, what on earth was this person’s personality that was so unhirable?
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First days are never easy, there's a lot of information to take in and it can take some time before you get the hang of it all. So it wasn't that unrealistic when this 14-year-old busboy requested that he get started on the next task the following day.
It took the restaurant a few minutes to decide that this kind of behavior just isn't going to fly and that they would much rather work with someone who doesn't talk back. Maybe not the nicest place to work in.
Lobsters are vicious things, though you wouldn't necessarily know that when watching them just chilling in their tanks. That's because their pincers are securely wrapped with rubber bands preventing any potential "whoopsie" attacks.
Sadly for this quickly fired employee (and all the other beta lobsters), he did not know about this crucial fact. We suppose the lobster special was erased off the board that day!
When you're in HR you're dealing with hoards of potential employees, and naturally, just due to such high volumes of numbers, some whackos are sure to come your way. And when we say whackos, not simply people are who unqualified for the job.
In this case, it was a full-blown criminal, who the cops knew as a repeat offender! Be careful who you hire folks, there are some bad eggs out there.
As a writer, it's important to maintain a certain level of originality, you know, really find your voice as a writer. And true, while we're all inspired by those who came before us, most writers will try to put their spin on it, at the very least not copy it!
Not only did this writer outright copy another person's piece, but he copied his own boss's work. That's next-level arrogance. Or just stupidity perhaps.