• Me training a new person at my job:
"So you're not really suppose to do this
but this is what I do"
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    • There are two instruction manuals. The "Proper Procedure Manual" and the "How we actually do things when we're busy and short staffed" manual. Might as well admit it.
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    • "Technically protocol says do it like this so if corporate shows up that's what you do BUT it's actually easier like this"
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    • I’ll show you how they want it done and I’ll show you how I do it. What you do with that information is up to you.
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    • “Here’s the way they want us to do it. Now here’s the way that actually works.”
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    • Why teach them the hard way when I can teach them the fast way
      jessiep82 29 jun
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    • "This is how I do it but you can do it however you want"
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    • I always stop, look them in the eyes, tell them to never do this then proceed to do the unsafe thing
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    • Supervisors on OSHA saftey regulations during the night shift go something like this. "We actually aren't supposed to do this and can get fined if we're caught, so I'm gonna show you how to not get caught.
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    • They say we aren’t allowed to do this, but no one will ever catch you- energy
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    • I’ll teach you correctly if the store managers around, if not, you’re learning what we do to get through the long shifts
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    • PorkSword 29 jun
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    • I believe I have heard/said this at EVERY job I have ever had.
      not_funny 29 jun
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    • New girl: “are you sure we’re supposed to do this?” Me: “pretty sure we’re not. But if anyone has a problem they can fight me.”
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    • “this is how to trick the timers into thinking you’re faster than you actually are”
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    • Seeing this on my break on the first day of a new job. And yeah that’s exactly what’s going on
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    • So I have a problem. I work at dairy queen. I've worked there for three months now, it's my first job and I like it, but for some reason my foot hurts like HELL after a shift of over 6 hours. The fourth of July is coming around and I'm scheduled 3-11, but I'm also scheduled a 2-10 the Sunday 1/2
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    • Oh haha ok
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    • Two hours trainingthe newbe "You regret working here yet?"
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    • You're not supposed to do this but it's way more effecient with little to no downsides
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    • Nah, I teach them all of the “correct ways” to do things then I’ll say “but this is how I do it”
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    • I'll tell people straight up you don't need to clock out if you finish early just chill and eat on your phone and click out in an hour if you want the extra money. My job is a corporation and they're for blm so I will take as much money as possible from these fucks
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    • That's because the company way is dumb and complicated, I've streamlined it through trial and error and I'll be damned if that hellhole is gonna make my replacement suffer through that rigamarole like I did.
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    • For about 6 months they let us have earbuds on the job. I listened to 400 EPISODES of the RT podcast. Some dickheads abused it and now I can't finish the other 200
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    • “You didn’t hear this from me, but-“
      ATOMlC 30 jun
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    • I trained at every job I ever had and I would say. “This is how you are suppose to do it. This is how I do it. This is how so and so does it. Just find a way that works for you. As long as it’s quick for you and the end result is this you are golden”
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    • McDonald's had a back door as a shortcut to go out through. Management wanted a Manager to always be present when using the door. Management was never present, we use that door at least 50 times a day for garbage and restocking. Managers will rat on people they don't like to get them fired.
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    • Just because it’s “the right way” doesn’t mean it’s the best way
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    • Ur not suppose to do this but no one gives a shit
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    • If my employees do things that arent by the book but achieve the needed goal in a timely manner, idgaf if Todd from corporate says it's bad, it gets the job done and saves time and energy
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    • I usually follow things by the book. That way corporate cant remorselessly butt fuck my ass
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    • Literally anyone training the newbies
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    • New people at my job are egoistic fucks so they think they know how to do everything after one training session and after that you cant teach them shit because they're too full of themselves.
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    • At every single job my guy!
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    • This is how they'll tell you it needs to be done, know how to do this way in case they ask, this how we all do it it's way better
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    • What I hate about teaching someone is that you can tell em "Dont do this. Like never do this at all" and I can deadass see them try it and get yelled at , and then I get yelled at for "not telling them" like 🤬
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    • Oh lord it is all porn
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    • Nah you train em right then once they're off training you show them the shortcut. That way they can't throw you under the bus
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    • Any retail job ever... “this is the way they tell us to do it, but once you learn how, just do it this way”
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    • I show them how the company wants it done and then I teach them how to do it the right way.
      zerosober 29 jun
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    • And then the manager yells at you for doing it wrong.
      Giveaway 29 jun
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    • "Just don't get caught doing it. If you do get caught, don't rat me out. If you do rat me out, I will deny we ever spoke about that task."
      MTN_FOOZE 30 jun
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    • My manager whole ass ignores corporate but corporate allows it because our department is still the most efficient in the entire store, so what’re they gonna do? Fire us for less efficient workers?
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    • 100%. I teach new employees the “by the book” then show them how we really do it. Want them to be efficient but know what to do if we get inspected.
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    • Work smarter, not harder!
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    • “The work instructions don’t include this even though it’s mandatory to get anything going.”
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    • The best is skating on a pallet jack, shits fun as hell. Can get real dangerous while unloading a truck
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    • corporate doesn’t know what it’s like anyway. i encourage my co workers to take what they want because corporate keeps taking away benefits and fucking everyone over. those pencil pushing bastards can get fucked
      Neeev 29 jun
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    • Will
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    • I work at Home Depot and the fact that we can’t put pallets against things because of osha is so fucking dumb. Putting them on the ground is a bigger tripping hazard.
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    • That's the way I train people
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    • That's basically any job lol
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    • Here’s how to do it corporates way, and here’s how to do it logically
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    • Everything in the books was written by a corporate chump who has never set foot in the workplace. The proper way to do things is learned by breaking the rules until something works
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    • I have 5 managers and each of them have different ways of doing things so I have to memorize each of the specific ways they want things done. And they alternate every shift, sometimes I mix them up and go “wait no sorry this is the way Duncan likes it done, sorry kathi”
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    • “I don’t really do anything but this is how you look busy and these are the camera blind spots”
      Creampi 30 jun
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    • this is what you do when management watches. this is what you do to save time when they're not. both equally effective. higher ups dont like change.
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    • At mine I was being trained and we were on cleaning lists. The list said mop, and dude says "you see the yellowish spot in front of the toilet? When that turns black we mop it" 😂😂
      Chodis 30 jun
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    • I always show them the 100% fully correct way first, even try to get them used to it, and then I show them how I do it to show why it’s a waste of time for the other. It ensures they’re properly trained in procedures but also efficiency
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    • Proceeds to rip safe out of wall
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    • "Suppose to"
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    • Work smarter, not harder.
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    • Because of that shit training the future new people will make things worse. My little dumb nephew works at mcdonalds. He was trained not to use tongs when he grabs the meat. If a fryer is used they use the incorrect one (different time settings) so food is undercooked. He told me about it and he thi
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    • Story of my life
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    • I think I’m pretty good at my job, but I hate training people.
      MILE5 29 jun
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    • It do be like that
      ijoker 29 jun
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    • Fuck that do it right the first time so I don't have to see the customer again.
      pj720 29 jun
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    • By any chance are you a recently divorced female?
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    • Who's up for some cowboy maintenance?
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    • The way employees find shortcuts should be put into training vids or manuals. Lazy people find the most efficient ways to do things
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    • Haha so quirky xd xd 😂😂😂😩💯🙌👌😤
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    • Accurate 👌🏽
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    • I always say “this is the OSHA approved way” and then once I show them I then say “now this is how I do it when no one is looking”
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    • Me deepfrying the burgers and tearing a chickwn tender in half and using it for the 6 piece wings and then putting a tot at the bottom of a fry carton
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    • Now this is how you are told to do it but this way makes more sense and is quicker
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    • She's a pilot.
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    • Everyone has their own unique way of doing each task, none of which are the correct way of doing it
      Busticus 1 jul
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    • “So we don’t do smoke breaks here, but if you want to hit your juul you can do it in this back corner as the cameras don’t point here”
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    • Its funny bc I'm showing them the shit I do bc I want them to learn the best way to do it but I also don't want them to do it bc I don't want them or myself to get in trouble
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    • “manager hates when i do this, so anyway”
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    • I had a lead give me something like this, but they told me the correct and "corporate" way of doing it, then they gave me their version, which was more efficient, but slightly unsafe, then they told me, do whichever you feel more comfortable
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    • Starbucks
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    • “So basically the ‘correct’ way is super long and boring, however we could opt for the spicy edition”
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    • Had this happened to me lmao
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    • I always show them the proper way first and then tell them the way I do it so that they can't claim that the wrong way was the only way they knew how to do it
      bichn 1 jul
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    • Because corporate only cares about what looks good on paper
      MANTA_ 1 jul
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    • “Depending on the manager on duty, do this vs. this”
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    • If I'm not getting a raise for training you, you're learning what I know if the boss is around or not.
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    • My manager faked recording the temperatures on my training shift, so after that I also just faked them because I had no idea how to do them.
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    • me when i was teaching this girl how to zone at walmart. i was like "okay so if you walk into an isle that you were ordered to zone and there's something on the ground? just kick it under the shelf. see, now its no longer your problem." thats how my manager taught me
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    • I mean, in my 25 years of life I've never worked a job that goes by the books...EVER
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    • What it's like when you work for a shitty cargiving company.
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    • Me
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    • I went to high school with this girl😂
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    • They dont give us time to wash these pans so a paper pan liner will be good enough
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