Customers are not always right. He is one of them. Yes there is a line. If a customer crosses it, they need to be escorted out the door (by the police if needed).
One of my last retail store a customer was abusing an employee for a mistake that customer made. The manager (one of the greatest managers in retail history IMO) told the customer to leave. The customer turned to rant at him, in which he grabbed the phone and started dialing. The customer demanded to know who he was calling and the manager simply replied “The police”. The customer stormed out. All the other customers gave the manager an applause. Some times it takes losing a customer to gain 10 more.
Yep, it will take the pain away from the first impact.
You are just one example. I have worked for several companies in which people where laid off while upper management got bonuses.
Yes you don’t get to the top by being a slacker. But the reward for success and failure are a little uneven for a lot of places. Sad fact is that those that actually make the success get rewarded very little and pay the greater cost of the mangers mistakes.
So, if Calvin had his cloths on it would be okay for him to be in the cookie jar?
Typical business, fire reduce pay to those that make the business the money and use that savings to give raises to those that don’t.
Then we have some that wonder why our economy is so poor.
Hey, a walkman was my first purchase! I am well under 35.
Actually the camera isn’t the one accusing you, it is the city’s DA or a Police Officer that brings the charges up. They simply use the photo and video of you running the red light as evidence to their charges. So you still get to question your accuser.
It was Eugene. Don’t trust anyone or any city with the name of Eugene.
Avoiding the red light cameras is easy. There is a 100% guaranteed way not to get a ticket. That method is pay attention when you are behind the wheel and stop for that red light. Do this and you will never get a ticket for running a red light.
@Destiny23 - Didn’t you get the memo? Macs never crash and never loose data. They never fail and always work. Here, I will forward you that memo.
Ah my Mac crashed and all those memos are gone!!!
Anyways, macs never crash and never loose data. They never fail and