By Freelman - 06/05/2015 14:34 - Ireland - Dublin
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I'm going to play devil's advocate here. Yes, it was a bit low of the OP to go behind his coworker's backs and write a review, but at the same time it could also be a good thing. Whistleblowers bring attention to dangerous business practices to the public, and/or shed some light on what actually happens behind the scenes.
I'll tell you right now, most restaurants, and I'm giving a few the benefit of the doubt, have awful practices. Somethings you wont mind, like sticking a finger in the food, sucking it off, adding a bit of seasoning and repeat with the same finger. Somethings such as not washing their hands at all. Even after using the toilet. Others such as a mouldy/rusty kitchen.
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Why would you want to write a bad review for the place you work for?
OP, staying in a job that makes you miserable may as well be called masochism. You clearly sound like you don't like the place and don't enjoy working there, which is pretty much an alarm bell for 'time to get a new job'. Switch jobs, and you will likely find yourself happier. You don't deserve to be miserable because of a bad workplace.
Question: why would you want to write a bad review for the place you work at?
If you have a problem with where you work, you should have the balls to bring it up with your coworkers. YDI