Fast-Food workers

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Fast food $15 an hour wages

  • Yes

    Votes: 14 28.0%
  • Maybe

    Votes: 5 10.0%
  • No

    Votes: 3 6.0%
  • Fuck No

    Votes: 28 56.0%

  • Total voters
    50
Nov 18, 2010
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#14
They need better evaluation of their employees via mystery customers. I feel the people who go in there and treat their min wage job like it actually matters, work hard and act friendly towards customers, they deserve more.

But on the flipside those disgruntled assholes who barely do anything and just look like they want to murder you then themselves... they dont deserve shit.

People need to realize companies dont owe them shit and they agree to the wages when they accept the job offer.
 
May 7, 2013
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#17
A Burger Joint Pays $15 An Hour. And, Yes, It's Making Money

In suburban Detroit, a small but growing fast-casual burger and chicken chain has figured out how to pay higher wages and still be profitable.

When Moo Cluck Moo opened its first location almost two years, the starting pay for all workers was $12.00 an hour. The idea, according to co-founder Brian Parker, was to train everyone to multitask.

No one is just flipping burgers. All of the workers are expected to be jacks-of-all-trades: They bake buns from scratch daily, they house-make aioli and prepare made-to-order grass-fed burgers and free-range chicken sandwiches.

And, now, says Parker, the investment is paying off. Revenue is up at the chain's two locations. And workers are sticking around. And their pay now? It's up to $15 an hour. By comparison, a typical fast-food worker in the U.S. makes about $8 or $9 an hour.

"Because of our low turnover, and the fact that people are really into their jobs, $15 an hour wasn't a big stretch," Parker says.