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#194 - mythichyphen
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(07/06/2013) [-]
God I hate these people
#157 - anon
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(07/06/2013) [-]
Numbers 9 and 11 seem perfectly reasonable? Also, why the hell is this being brought back up? We know everything these people do is stupid, but just because some news site can make a buck off of it, it apparently is still is worth our time. Also, restrictions as stated in number 20 happen in plenty of businesses, though very rarely in the restaurant business and even less so for servers. Those types of restrictions are placed typically for informational purposes to keep ideas away from the competition.

TL;DR, this is stupid.
#163 to #157 - anon
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(07/06/2013) [-]
Number 9 makes sense, but for number 11, you need to communicate with your fellow chefs to make sure everything is running smoothly. If you aren't allowed to talk, than **** will hit the fan
#186 to #163 - sailorstarsun
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(07/06/2013) [-]
I thought #11 was referring to standing around chit-chatting with visiting friends, not other employees.
#210 to #186 - nucularwar
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(07/07/2013) [-]
That's probably what they mean it as, but 1. There's really no way to enforce that rule and 2. It's good for employees to actually know each other. It helps morale and makes things run smoother.
#135 - witislimited
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(07/06/2013) [-]
I'm actually glad they're enforcing these rules. It'll help put them out of business faster, make their ******** more visible/+keep away potential employees way easier. Oh, look at this link:
www.funnyjunk.com/channel/morbid-channel/We+ll+never+be+rid+of+them/BwyqGOj/
#133 - vissova
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(07/06/2013) [-]
I don't judge people based on their appearance and I certainly try not to judge said appearance.... But Jesus Christ Amy is the most appalling creature I have ever laid eyes on.
#128 - demandsgayversion
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(07/06/2013) [-]
I'm starting to think this is fake as dicks. It sounds like these people aren't in prison and are close to getting a reality show?
#116 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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(07/06/2013) [-]
"I'll keep directing my intention at this woman to show how much I disapprove of her! That'll sure impact her life in a negative way!" said every idiot on FunnyJunk
#132 to #116 - trojandetected
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(07/06/2013) [-]
including you.
#93 - KingTroll
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(07/06/2013) [-]
That's just wrong.... the only people as stupid as them are the people that actually signed and agreed to the contracts.
One of my friends works for a wireless company inside of a Costco, and he isn't allowed to work for another cell phone company for 6 months after he quits. I'm pretty sure there's a reason for his job because he deals with a lot of phone contracts and stuff, and its a very large company so they're not gonna make stupid rules like ABC is doing. They're just doing it because they wanna cut their competition as much as they can.
#76 - thebobinito
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(07/06/2013) [-]
Nope.
Nope.
#65 - andrewjo **User deleted account**
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#54 - Loppytaffy
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(07/06/2013) [-]
Oh, they're gonna stop me opening my own food establishment? I would like to see them ******* try it!

In fact, I'd open a place of my own, then work at ABC part time, and when I'm fired, I've not opened a place or been employed else where after. I'm not working for a competitor, I am the competitor!
#45 - eternalrose
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(07/06/2013) [-]
Rule 9 is correct. At least in my state. We can't even have a bottle of water, and we're working in 110 degree weather. The AC is broken, and I have 2, 415 degree ovens running. **** sucks
#25 - parralax
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(07/06/2013) [-]
Those rules... my god.

Are they sure about that?
#110 - ighostinthefogi
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(07/06/2013) [-]
We're still on this?
We're still on this?
#182 - pixy
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(07/06/2013) [-]
Ok...actually I don't see anything wrong with numbers 16 and 20.  20 is called a "no compete" clause and is quite common.  As for the whole "$8 an hour no tips" thing, waiters/waitresses are usually paid $3.28 and then give tips to even out their pay.  Giving no tips and then paying over minimum wage ($7.35) seems fine to me.  This whole thing is just beating a dead horse anyway.
Ok...actually I don't see anything wrong with numbers 16 and 20. 20 is called a "no compete" clause and is quite common. As for the whole "$8 an hour no tips" thing, waiters/waitresses are usually paid $3.28 and then give tips to even out their pay. Giving no tips and then paying over minimum wage ($7.35) seems fine to me. This whole thing is just beating a dead horse anyway.