Maki-kun (maki_kun) wrote in mcds_franchise,
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ARGH I hate burger slavery

*grumbles*

I saw a list and they are going to write me up for a drawer that was short $5.00 from like a month ago. They put my name on the drawer but I know that doesn't mean that I was really on it or that I was the only one using it. If I was not the only one on the drawer then they are supposed to write up the manager on that shift. Since we got our new computer system in April, there is no way to tell who was on a drawer...with our old system we had to enter in an employee number and it said who was on that drawer.

Ok so I've worked for 4 different McD's in 3 different states for a total of 7 1/2 years, and I've never been written up and don't really plan on starting now. I need to think of a way to get out of getting that write up!!

By the way, I'm a crew chief/opening manager (because none of the real managers want to get up early, those jerks) and I don't want to get written up for something that I didn't even do! Any ideas??
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Either way they've already written you up. If they tell you or not about it, it's already done. They did the same thing to me when my drawer was apparently $15 short one day. They didn't tell me until it was $20 short the next time, and $25 the day after the second [I really had no idea where the money was going]. They threatened to suspend me for 2 weeks, then fire me but I told my store manager nice and clear that he can't fire me since everyone uses everyone elses tills.

Sorry about the write-up dear =[
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I was written up because my drawer was $4.12 short before. They tried placing blame on me one time when a drawer came up $100 short! We have one front counter register that I like to call a "community drawer" since it's generally used by a lot of people. I also call it the "becky drawer" because everyone's hands have been on it (in reference to this ho-bag that worked there). I joked around and said "$100 short?!? Shit, I only took twenty." It was really funny; I guess you had to be there.