After my job prospects as a line cook fell through, I started lying my way through interviews for different waitstaff jobs. And even though I landed some jobs, I was a disaster in the dining room.
“Put 5 singles out on the table at the beginning of the dinner for the waiter/waitress to see. (Don’t say anything to them) if they mess up, you take a dollar away, and so on.”
Hospitality is such a tough bunch of hours that it’s hard to ever actually meet up. I couldn’t even get sexting to work—it really doesn’t flow if you have hour-long gaps between each filthy message.
According to a new report, 6 million British workers are earning less than the Living Wage of £7.85, with bar staff, waiters, and waitresses topping the list of professions not paid this voluntary rate.
Two years ago, a restaurant called Shalom Bombay placed an ad for an “experienced Indian waiter or waitress.” The long arm of the law reached out and filed a complaint.
A group of male waiters from the city of Inverness has gone on strike, complaining about being constantly groped by horny female clientele. The sexual harassment tables have turned.