Hourly: 10.5 $ (officially) of which were refused federal tax Number of hours per week: from 37 to 40-42 weekly Average tips: not allowed in my department
I made sandwiches and prepared foods sold at the end of working hours to wash everything from floor to ceiling. Workers (and some managers), they said that this is by far the most difficult department.
Hours : 10.5
Hours per week: 35-40
Average tip : No tips, and if you succeed something to save-it is nothing.
Comply with the promised number of hours , not just everyone, but failed to comply with the number of working days, before we release it. Employees relaxed , always ready for fun ..
Greeting customers , chatting and broaching all products through the cash register. Payment accounts and possibly packaging of products in bags .
As for other work , is a little harder , but I got by . Two months I worked two jobs
Hours 10.5 $ 15.5 $ overtime
Hours per week: 47-39
Average tips : 0
Making sandwiches , selling ready-made food, prepared chicken, help in the kitchen in terms of dishwashing and cleaning hard in the beginning ... I sad , after all is ok :)
Sessions: $ 10.5 per hour
Number of hours per week : max 40
Average tip : approximately 20 $
The moment when the customer comes to the counter , packaging products in bags , so the wheelchair and then according to customer packaging of the same goods in his car . In addition, we have worked and cleaning supermarkets depending on which shift comes . Everything is clean, virtually all ...
As for a tip at the beginning of about 15$ , while not doing the right season that lasted only three weeks, and then it was up to 25$ ... this is the average count ... around 20$ in the beginning, but later on in the season 50$ ...
Hours : supermarket 10.5 $ per hour , the restaurant $ 4.77 + tip
Number of hours per week : supermarket : 36-46h , 25-30h restaurant
Average tip : tip in a restaurant between $ 30-120 per day
Work at the supermarket was just fine . Work consisted of filling shelves with new and supplementing the old products, unloading trucks , etc . The people I worked with were very pleasant.
The restaurant business is like any other job as a waiter . Your mission is to be kind and serve people as best as possible , of course I of which will depend on the height of your tips.
My employer, Brett, was more than friendly. He had several facilities and immediately offered me another job. Everything was according to regulation. I had accommodation with him, there was not much l...
Since I came later, the only free position was for the cashier. In short, in one place you stand 6-8 hours, you have 15 minutes break, and then you sit for the first time. They do not give enough hour...