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Phantom

Posted 10 August 2015 - 05:44 PM

 

 

 

 

 

Job hunting.

As an addition to this: personality tests. Seriously wtf do I need pysch evaluated before employment for?
 
Looking at my colleagues I wonder on the effectiveness of such tests.
There an utter joke. One of KFCs is "it's sometimes okay to take a little food if the employee is underpaid." Who the fuck is ticking strongly agree to that?
 
 
You'll be surprised. I worked in a hotel back in the late 80s/early 90s as both a waiter and a chef. I'd often see waiters and waitress grab a mouthful off a plate just before they hand the plate to the porter to be cleaned.

Glad I didn't end up there then. These scum probably serve customers after eating it as well without washing their hands..

 

 

They were mostly students working there during the holidays. the regular staff didn't resort to that behavior.


Deathray

Posted 10 August 2015 - 05:03 PM


 

 

 

Job hunting.

As an addition to this: personality tests. Seriously wtf do I need pysch evaluated before employment for?
 
Looking at my colleagues I wonder on the effectiveness of such tests.
There an utter joke. One of KFCs is "it's sometimes okay to take a little food if the employee is underpaid." Who the fuck is ticking strongly agree to that?
 
 
You'll be surprised. I worked in a hotel back in the late 80s/early 90s as both a waiter and a chef. I'd often see waiters and waitress grab a mouthful off a plate just before they hand the plate to the porter to be cleaned.

Glad I didn't end up there then. These scum probably serve customers after eating it as well without washing their hands..

Phantom

Posted 10 August 2015 - 01:34 PM

 

 

 

Job hunting.

As an addition to this: personality tests. Seriously wtf do I need pysch evaluated before employment for?
 
Looking at my colleagues I wonder on the effectiveness of such tests.

There an utter joke. One of KFCs is "it's sometimes okay to take a little food if the employee is underpaid." Who the fuck is ticking strongly agree to that?

 

 

You'll be surprised. I worked in a hotel back in the late 80s/early 90s as both a waiter and a chef. I'd often see waiters and waitress grab a mouthful off a plate just before they hand the plate to the porter to be cleaned.


Deathray

Posted 06 August 2015 - 12:50 PM


 

Job hunting.

As an addition to this: personality tests. Seriously wtf do I need pysch evaluated before employment for?
 
Looking at my colleagues I wonder on the effectiveness of such tests.

There an utter joke. One of KFCs is "it's sometimes okay to take a little food if the employee is underpaid." Who the fuck is ticking strongly agree to that?

Bibliogryphon

Posted 06 August 2015 - 12:00 PM

 

Job hunting.


As an addition to this: personality tests. Seriously wtf do I need pysch evaluated before employment for?

 

Looking at my colleagues I wonder on the effectiveness of such tests.


Toast

Posted 05 August 2015 - 11:49 PM

 

It's been irking me the past day or so since Cecil the lion was killed.

And that is the pronunciation of the lion's name. With people pronouncing the name as "see-sul" instead of  "sess-ul".

Price you pay for pond hopping. I personally cringe every time I hear "aluminum".

 

 

The thing that irritates me most is when they say "I could care less", when they mean the opposite.


En Passant

Posted 05 August 2015 - 10:59 PM

It's been irking me the past day or so since Cecil the lion was killed.

And that is the pronunciation of the lion's name. With people pronouncing the name as "see-sul" instead of  "sess-ul".

Price you pay for pond hopping. I personally cringe every time I hear "aluminum".


Deathray

Posted 05 August 2015 - 08:32 PM

Job hunting.


As an addition to this: personality tests. Seriously wtf do I need pysch evaluated before employment for?

 

EDIT: Fucking hell. Back to this shit again.


Phantom

Posted 30 July 2015 - 01:02 PM

 

It's been irking me the past day or so since Cecil the lion was killed.

And that is the pronunciation of the lion's name. With people pronouncing the name as "see-sul" instead of  "sess-ul".

 

Clearly you were not a watcher of Dynasty/The Colbys in the eighties when Joan Collins appears as Alexis, the widow of Cecil Colby and former wife of Blake Carrington it is noticable that she is the only one who uses the 'English' pronunciation of the name.

 

 

Never watched the show, although there were a few friends from school that watched it.


Bibliogryphon

Posted 30 July 2015 - 12:41 PM

It's been irking me the past day or so since Cecil the lion was killed.

And that is the pronunciation of the lion's name. With people pronouncing the name as "see-sul" instead of  "sess-ul".

 

Clearly you were not a watcher of Dynasty/The Colbys in the eighties when Joan Collins appears as Alexis, the widow of Cecil Colby and former wife of Blake Carrington it is noticable that she is the only one who uses the 'English' pronunciation of the name.


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