By clumsyandhungry - 15/09/2010 04:24 - United States
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29, I'm saying that unless someone else decided to mop after op did for whatever reason, she slipped on the wet floor that SHE did. I mean, if she mopped her own floor at her house, she wouldn't expect to get anything free. So, why would she mop the floor where she works and expect free food for falling on the floor that she mopped? See, what I'm saying?
And if I'm reading it wrong, and a coworker finished mopping for her, it'd still be stupid to expect a free meal because 1) she probably knew it was just mopped anyway, and 2) she said she offered the customer a free meal to avoid lawsuit. Why would a coworker sue another coworker for doing their job? Employees usually only have to worry about customers because customers often look down on the workers and super spoiled and ungrateful. Idk I could be wrong on both accounts. But either way this fml is stupid and the OP must be spoiled to expect free food from something that was technically her fault.
this isnt true. I work at a restaurant and wear non-slip shoes for every shift, and just because they're "non-slip" doesn't mean you don't slip every once in a while. if there is a freshly mopped floor, you are still going to fall if you're not careful. it's only non-slip only a dry kitchen floor.
oh, but I still think that SHE mopped the floor herself. I'm just not seeing her all up the customers ass waiting on them hand n foot til they walk out the door. she prolly continued mopping and doing her thing while they were waiting/eating their food. and even if she hadn't mopped the kitchen and someone else did, she still should've been very well aware that they were closing and that the kitchen gets mopped when they're about to close