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By  dedanjel  |  28

Didn't happen. Drivers hold on to their money until the end of the night. If you're gonna lie for attention, make it a believable one.
Source: was a delivery driver for a year and a half and an assistant manager for 2.

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  Alup132  |  21

Pretty sure I know what company he works for, as I have to work at another store occasionally. I’m pretty sure they can’t do that though.

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  Tumaco1963  |  16

The OP probably works for a chain restaurant. Sometimes employee will be asked to work a shift at another location if the store is short handed for staffing.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  16

How can a manager misplace the money you had to give him at the end of the night? The only way he could misplace it was if he had it already.

By  dedanjel  |  28

Didn't happen. Drivers hold on to their money until the end of the night. If you're gonna lie for attention, make it a believable one.
Source: was a delivery driver for a year and a half and an assistant manager for 2.

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  WhopperSmasher  |  10

So you’ve worked at every pizza place in the world? Considering they didn’t mention which store they actually worked at, quit trying to relate your anecdote as evidence to the contrary.

By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  14

I’d call bullshit! The manager “misplaced” the cash, the manager owes the money.

By  Tarlachia  |  33

I’m calling bullshit. I worked as a manager and as a driver for a pizza chain for a number of years. Drivers cannot hold onto more than $20 at any given time due to threat of robbery etc. So as soon as they return to store, they have to drop that money into a box or some other secured location that is accessible only to driver. At the end of the shift, they open the box the money is in, count it out, give the store what’s theirs and the rest is tips. If after all that, the money got lost, only THEN is it the manager’s responsibility and fault for being lost.

By  alleykarma88  |  3

you spelled*PAY* wrong and it's not your fault that He lost it! he should have put it in the register when you gave it to him like a decent "manager"fuk out of here

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