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I have been working at Midway Oil Corp. full-time
Regular paycheck, one week paid vacation after one year full time employment, two weeks after three years full time employment.
Very low pay. Full time workers are no longer getting a full 40 hours. No lunch breaks, must eat in between serving customers. They say you can take a half hour lunch break if you can find someone to cover for you, but it is always understaffed so it is impossible to find anyone to cover. No yearly reviews for raises, no raises at all as far as I know after several years of employment. Must work very hard for very little pay or recognition, expect your back and feet to hurt by the time you get home each day. One of the three owners is a real jerk and talks down to people, as if she's superior and thinks you're an idiot. Constant equipment malfunctions from very old equipment which should have been replaced years ago. The equipment breakdowns greatly decrease production efficiency and make worker's jobs much tougher than they need to be.
Advice to Management
Here's some advice on how to keep the good, hard working employees that show up every day, never call in sick, and how to end the constant revolving door of hiring people and having them quickly quitting that you are currently experiencing: Reward hard workers with regular pay raises and a little recognition. Give full time workers 40 hours. Say "good job" once in a while. Schedule more staff so workers don't feel overwhelmed all the time. Don't work people to the bone, expect them to be superhuman, and give them a hard time when something doesn't get done the day you want it to. Chances are they'll get to it the next day. Make sure everyone working 8 hours or more gets a lunch break. People get cranky and work less efficiently when they are hungry. Buy some new equipment. You're probably paying more to the repairmen than it would cost to buy a new cooler etc... and it would increase worker's production.