WolfGirl23 • upvoted 40 items 1 year ago
People-Reveal-Company-SecretsWorked in a no-kill animal shelter. The thing is, no-kill still does mean you have to put animals down sometimes. Especially behavioral issues are terrible. When is a dog too dangerous? Can you rehome a Pitbill with a bite-history? What if they get too dangerous for staff to handle? Especially when it 'gets out' that we had to put a specific animal down and all those Facebook warriors start rioting and calling you names. It's not like we make those decisions for fun...
People-Reveal-Company-SecretsCleaning up animals after an oil spill is feel good propaganda to make the public think they are helping. 90% of those animals will be dead within a few days or weeks. They've ingested enough of the oil that they are moving corpses, they (and you mr. nice person with a bottle of Dawn dish soap)just don't know it yet. Real oil spill work is done by trained professional crews, not volunteers. If you ever tried to help, you were given busy work to keep you out of the way.
People-Reveal-Company-SecretsI worked at a White Castle from 2000-2003. It was clean. Nothing super disgusting at all. All of the equipment got a thorough cleaning every 24 hours. The floors were mopped regularly, walls were wiped down... everything. The food was always fresh. If the burgers cooled enough for the buns to get hard, they were trashed. If fries/sides sat under heat lamp for 15 minutes, they were trashed. We threw away a lot of food. We had to track it all for inventory purposes, and filled up a couple pages a day of stuff we through out. Even when the bulk of the crew was teenagers, we really were trying to work fast and do a good job. Every year or so, they made us get timed on the griddle by a regional manager. Everyone had to do it. Starting with a clean griddle you had to fully prepare, box and bag 30 hamburgers as fast as possible without cutting any corners. I know not all locations are like that, nor are all fast food restaurants, but when I was working there, we did a really good job of everything.
Random-Good-AdviceWhen you're cooking the recipe is only a reference. When you're baking the recipe is the work of the law.
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Hey Pandas, What Is Something Weird And Creepy That You Did As A Child Or That Your Child Did? (Closed)
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There's A Group Dedicated To Sharing "You Had One Job" Fails, And Here Are 50 Of The Funniest Ones (New Pics)
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It Has Been Family Lore That My Grandmother Had A Pet Raccoon Named Smokey. I Didn’t Believe It Until I Found Photographic Evidence. Late 40’s Or Early 50’s
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