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#15 - demothrin (07/06/2013) [+] (1 reply)
is it wrong that i wish these ******* people dead
#193 - amsel (07/06/2013) [-]
Anyone else see the resemblance? (Team America chick on the left)
#175 - sandynipples (07/06/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Really why are they still open after kitchen nightmares?
Really why are they still open after kitchen nightmares?
User avatar #154 - monkeysniper (07/06/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It's strange that there's people who will shoot up schools yet none of these kinds of people see it worthwhile to shoot those idiots or westboro baptist church, i'm actually disappointed
User avatar #151 - srskate (07/06/2013) [-]
Barring the purse rule, these are actually pretty standard rules. The last one is included in many contracts, it's called a non-compete clause.

Don't get me wrong, the people are still ******* crazy, but the rules are legitimate.
#67 - lazragoon ONLINE (07/06/2013) [+] (7 replies)
In all honesty, those are pretty reasonable other than 16 and 20.

Lets just think about it:

8. This is pretty standard, we can't bring bags (or coats for that matter) into the cafe in the cafeteria at my school. What would stop them from stealing something if Amy or Sam had their back turned.

9. It is a health code violation, what if what you were eating had nuts in it, then you rubbed your nut oil covered hands on the food... and then someone goes into anaphylactic shock while eating a fruit salad.

11. This is very standard, you have to be kidding me if this offends you.

16. ********

20. Complete ******** .
#49 - mrzomgomg (07/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
"At no point is any food or any type of open beverage allowed in the kitchen. This is a direct Health Code Violation'
Is it really?"

yes. yes it is.
drinks need lids.
after eating or drinking, you have to wash your hands
not allowing food or open drinks in the kitchen is their way of ensuring that you dont eat or drink and then immediately handle food

im not saying the other rules are logical, just this one
User avatar #178 - pedobarekiller (07/06/2013) [-]
for 20 id go and apply for another job at the nearest place the next day and wave it in their faces
User avatar #148 - lotengo (07/06/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Is that legal in the USA?

I work as a cook so i just accept the fact that i work on weekends and holidays. And that they can fire me if i dont show up when my shift has stared.

But can company's in the USA realy give u a fine? I've never heared of a company that can give u a fine. Exept maybe professional football players.
User avatar #184 to #148 - breadmolester (07/06/2013) [-]
im just throwing my 2 cents worth here.. i believe its illegal to charge an employee , but its different if u sign a contract, because there accepting it, and the contract creates a new rule, like theirs companies that say no matter how sexually harassed you feel. you can not file a complaint, especially if its the atmosphere. thats just what i know, sorry for the lecture.
User avatar #143 - crazyhindu (07/06/2013) [+] (6 replies)
You aren't contractually obligated to follow these "rules" such as penalties and the working within 50 mile radius unless its notarized, at least i think so.
User avatar #138 - chism (07/06/2013) [-]
the last one is common for a lot of companies... i'm just goku
#108 - dwarfman (07/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
The more attention you pay them, the longer they'll stay around.
The more attention you pay them, the longer they'll stay around.
#106 - mattymattwithahat (07/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
If there's no food allowed in the Kitchen then what the hell are they going to make?
If there's no food allowed in the Kitchen then what the hell are they going to make?
User avatar #53 - jurisultima (07/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Other than 11 and 16, those are all pretty standard employment rules....
User avatar #60 to #53 - jacklane (07/06/2013) [-]
uhhh... 8 and 20???
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