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11:43pm 17/05/2008
I just got more and more aggravated as the day went on. Not only was the money situation ridiculous (about $25 short over two days that I can't figure out), but there were things EVERYWHERE. There was no order.

Now, things got moved around again because they are still moving equipment in and out of there and I don't have all of my shelves up still, so there is to be some expected chaos. What kills me is that not one of my supervisors took the initiative to maybe put some order to the chaos. No, they'd rather run around grabbing things from here or there instead of in one particular area. *sigh* I tried to put *some* order to things today, but it was so overwhelming that I couldn't wrap my head around it. Not to mention that my orders weren't done to my liking, so I'll probably be borrowing food from other stores come Monday morning.

Not to mention I find out TODAY that my dough guy turned himself in to clear up his warrants so that he could get a second job at Circle K. I need to talk to the HR lady to see what my options are here, especially since I didn't hear it from him, I heard it from one of the cooks. Yeah. Awesome.

So, today was not a good day. My cooks took their sweet ass time on making the orders tonight, so things were going out almost or completely late. I don't get it. I'm getting to the end of my rope here, so I have decided to pull each person in individually to have a chat as to their work performance, the expectations that I have for each of them in their position and their future with the company. I hate that I have to do this, but I think it will be more effective than having one mass meeting where people are pretending to listen, nodding their heads and then just do what they normally do.

I'll probably start working on getting the lists together over the next couple of days.

I think I'm going to brunch tomorrow. And I'm going to bed now. :) NIGHT!
mood: draineddrained
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