Fast food worker accused of stealing ...

Fast food worker accused of stealing from customers

There are 6 comments on the KAIT-TV story from Dec 23, 2013, titled Fast food worker accused of stealing from customers. In it, KAIT-TV reports that:

JONESBORO, AR -- A fast food worker must have thought she had found a surefire way to make some fast cash.

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Jase

Netherlands

#1 Dec 23, 2013
This is happening all over Jtown and you guys are still shelling out your hard earned $$ for their nasty food and bad service. See what you get? Robbed.
dane

UK

#2 Dec 23, 2013
Jase wrote:
This is happening all over Jtown and you guys are still shelling out your hard earned $$ for their nasty food and bad service. See what you get? Robbed.
they like getting screwed and poisoned at the same time
Really

Jonesboro, AR

#3 Dec 25, 2013
I think these places do the best they can to provide the best service and food they can considering the sorry work force they have to pick from. I have been in management for years and trust me no one wants a job or wants to work. It is sad the sorry morals, manners, and "work" habits these people exhibit. They don't even care how they look and steal without remorse giving business owners and managers a nightmare to deal with on a daily basis. It doesn't matter how much they make an hour they still steal from the registers and out of the stores and see nothing wrong with it. I sympathize with these poor people in management trying to find just a few honest decent people willing to work and give a crap about helping businesses provide good customer service and a respectable product. I try to remember this as I go through the drive through windows and get treated kindly so that I can call and compliment the few people out there who care about customer service and I know how impossible it is to find any decent workers to hire these days. If you apply then have enough pride to DO YOUR BEST AND BE HONEST AND HARD WORKING!!!!!!!!!
guest

Ridgedale, MO

#4 Dec 25, 2013
Really, I can sympathize with your post, but would point out that you get what you pay for. If you want better employees, pay them higher wages. Least expensive is not always the best option.
Jimmy

Holland, MI

#5 Dec 25, 2013
When you pay peanuts you get monkeys.
guest

Netherlands

#7 Dec 25, 2013
get real wrote:
And just how much do you fools think some lowlife scumsucking bottom feeder is going to have to be paid per hour before they won't steal and spit in the food and abuse the customers? The wages and hours are agreed upon before a person is hired. Decent human beings are going to do a good job for the agreed upon amount and won't steal -- the lowlife scumsucking bottom feeders are going to screw off on the job and steal and do a bad job no matter what they're paid. Besides, if the company charges enough for the food to pay the lowlife scumsucking bottom feeders a huge wage then the customer base disappears because they can't afford to pay enough to do that. Get a brain or STFU. Only lowlife scumsucking bottom feeders would blame the $$$ instead of the rotten morals of the criminals. lowlife scumsucking bottom feeders.
Yeah, you can't pay people enough to make them honest or to make them give a damn about doing a good job. It ain't gonna happen.

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