My Worst Job
I have only had two jobs in my inexperienced life, one good one and one bad one. My bad job or worst job was working at Al Amir’s because my boss was very demeaning, my hours usually ran way too late, and I was repeatedly not paid on time
My biggest issue with working at Al Amir’s was my boss Mohammed. He was a very short, round man from the Middle East who could easily make you feel like his best friend, or a very stupid person. You never knew when he was going to have these huge mood swings in which I believe depended on his personal life. I sadly was never treated like his star waitress, I was usually just ignored, or for some reason never doing anything correctly. He would make free food for all the employees to come eat with him, but you first had to get a special invitation from him. I was only invited a few times, and when I wasn’t, it stung a little because he made me feel like I wasn’t good enough. He would get enraged over small details and blow up at a few employees; luckily I just kept my head low. It seemed that not only did I have to focus on my tables, and all my work, but I also had to constantly attend to not crossing bad paths with my boss. He was very unprofessional, rude, and demeaning.
The next worst thing about working at Al Amir’s was my work shift could run very late if Mohammed’s friends came in well past closing time, and we all had to wait on them. He very much took advantage of his employees, and my time. Most all of the waiters and waitresses were attending high school or college, so working late could really be a hassle, if I had to still do homework, errands, or just have some more social time to myself! This happened it seemed at least every other week, but it really took a toll on my respect for my boss, and my life outside work.
The most frustrating part of working at Al Amir’s was just trying to get paid for all the hours I worked. How I was paid was not exactly legal, more like under the table, so he...