While many young restaurant employees are hard workers with good attitudes, plenty of others fit the stereotype of their millennial generation counterparts: lazy narcissists who think they’re too good to be doing this sort of job. Sad to say, having an attitude of entitlement is not a rarity in the workforce of today, particularly among employees under the age of 30. That’s why managing these employees can so often be problematic. Why? Owners and managers often find ...
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