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#194 - mythichyphen (07/06/2013) [-]
God I hate these people
#93 - KingTroll (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.
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#76 - thebobinito (07/06/2013) [-]
Nope.
Nope.
#75 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
Whoever made this is retarded, #9 is very true, you cannot eat a meal int eh kitchen and you can't have an open beverage because it could spill and make people sick or something like that, in other words, it is a direct violation of the health code and you can get shut down/get a warning/fined for it if a health inspector sees you.

I've been working in a kitchen since I was 15 this is very common knowledge
#72 - spacetequila (07/06/2013) [-]
I don't....I can't....
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User avatar #54 - Loppytaffy (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!
User avatar #45 - eternalrose (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
User avatar #25 - parralax (07/06/2013) [-]
Those rules... my god.

Are they sure about that?
#110 - ighostinthefogi (07/06/2013) [-]
We're still on this?
We're still on this?
#182 - pixy (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.
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