By Anonymous - Canada - Toronto
Today, two customers complained about the shitty service they received from my coworkers. I apologized and asked about the complaint. Their issues were legitimate and I promised to pass them on. They demanded to speak to my manager and my coworkers got in trouble. Now they think I'm a snitch. FML
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  jcash52426  |  5

If the co workers were doing what they were suppose to then off corse the op should back up. But they weren't op has his own bills that he has to pay and the 2 shitty co workers aren't going to pay his bill if the restaurant shuts down

By  InfiniteSunshine  |  32

I hate the term "snitch," it's so stupid. I get not telling on people for petty things, but if you're doing something wrong, or giving bad service, expect that there's a possibility that you're going to get in shit for it. That is completely on you because you're the one doing the inappropriate action, it is not on the person that notifies an authority of your shitty behavior. Your coworkers are childish OP, this isn't your fault, it's theirs, maybe if they were better employees and actually did their job with courtesy, they wouldn't have gotten in trouble.

  r83839  |  22

I think they're saying that if the coworkers were going to be irrationally angry at someone, they should be irrationally angry at the boss for actually getting them in trouble.

  Lalala579121  |  27

If they're going to be irrationally angry at anybody, it should be the customers. After all, they wouldn't have gotten in trouble if the customers hadn't complained.