Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by bnew, Nov 24, 2021.
Just become a worker again breh
They wanna stunt like Cash Money rappers off of the indentured servitude of others. Sick shyt.
shyt gonna sort itself out eventually. Pay these folks or suffer the consequences
Y’all gonna talk all this shyt until you can’t stuff your face on your lunch break anymore because you had to wait forever to get your food
Yeah, I have to admit I find this really annoying
No one is saying that it isn’t going to happen breh
First off, every McDonald’s isn’t corporate owned. Secondly, what we are saying is that the technology is still years away from that become a viable option for the majority of restaurants out here. Even then, in the meantime you still need workers NOW and can’t afford to operate the mantra of automation coming to save you as it’s years away from happening.
Automation doesn’t mean shyt if your business goes under before the technology is even there.
Real talk, automation hits harder in the white collar world more so than the fast food world. Whole ass job series in the federal government got wiped out thanks to automation processes. Saw that shyt happen first hand with "Legal Instruments Examiners" in my agency. 450 strong force got cut down to 75. These old heads was caking in that position too.
I'm growing tired of this.
I don’t know how chik fil a workers feel but I can’t even eat there anymore, the lines for drive through are always wrapped around the store and out into the parking lot. The food ain’t that good so they half to be short staffed.
It feels like the demand for fast food has increased with online orders and these companies have done too little to compensate. Most of these places staff the bare minimum and don’t want to pay nobody to work all damn day. I don’t blame these kids for not fukking with it, it ain’t worth their time
This "pseudo-socialist" generation is going to learn some hard lessons cause they're not built tough enough to deal with a system that has proven time and time again that it does not work as power and wealth ultimately translates from the people to the State. I've been to Castro's Cuba and Chávez Venezuela..these coddled, pretentious revolutionaries HAVE NO IDEA what they're asking for but they'll get it in spades.
This is the shyt some brehs for and think that’s cool
CEO a mult-millionaire living a stress free life all holidays off and family don’t have to worry about a damn thing…meanwhile the people that run the stores and make sure the lights are on and shelves stocked making pennies. How do people not see this as a problem?
They didnt quit because of pay (based off the article). They quit because they were having the dog shyt worked out of them. Everyone wants to capture that digital order money. The truth is some type of cap needs to be put on that shyt. Alot of places don't have the staffing to meet demands on both ends. But these corporations so greedy they don't give a fukk.
i guess you haven't been paying attention if you are asking where are these robots. Mix this with the kisok screen where people order which they are already adding TechCrunch is part of the Yahoo family of brands
automate this and be done with it, each store needs 3 employees max.
A computer can take and serve your order.
1 guy in the back keeping the machine going with raw supplies, 1 other guy in the back on the low end gettin his janitor and or IT on managing the software and a local manager to basically do nothing...... thats it. chipotle, jack n the box, mickey Ds, I dont need to see anybody when i walk in. Just the menu to order, a terminal to pay, wait some time, get my ish and fade out.
@Wild self, stop. even if shyt was fixed right, theres a segment of the population that isnt even financially literate to know how to manage money where shyt would be the same. THATS A HUGE PART OF THE PROBLEM. Look at how folks are putting themselves into unnecessary debt just for leisure purposes You cant fix people who dont think they have a problem.
You have a bunch of folks that want to get paid but dont understand the system they live under, poor money management skills, sense of entitlement, financially illiterate, nonskilled, possibly not even educated with anything higher than a high school diploma or a ged, poor work ethic, being picky with the types of jobs they are and are not willing to do and etc wondering why they are struggling.
The system is fukked up and thats how it was designed to work. What is your solution to counter that though? Because yall never have any solutions, just arguments driven by ego.
And check this out ALL the hoarders I know (in my family too) are baby boomers, all the people I know with houses decked out way too much for them to properly maintain it at their ages now are boomers. It's crazy how much fukking spending these people have done over the years. Just buy buy buy, credit especially, it's ridiculous