Some Businesses Have Questionable Practices, Former Employees are Telling
I was minding my own business, just browsing social media (Wait! I guess that means I wasn't minding my own business, huh? Oh well. Anyway...) when I came across a story that said a former Ulta employee was on Twitter spilling the beans about the business' practices.
It made me think... How many other places have practices that consumers would find questionable?
I'm not going to say the name, but I worked at a buffet restaurant MAYBE four days. Why so short? Well, besides having to wear a hat and sweat out my hair every night and then have to straighten it for my regular job the next day EVERY day, well...
*looks around and whispers* So, when the banana pudding would be 1/2 gone, we'd pull it from the buffet and put out a new one. Once it was 1/2 gone, we'd pull it and put out a new one. While that new one was out there, we'd combine the other two we'd pulled, smooth it out, and put new bananas on top to give it a "fresh" look.
This was over 10 years ago, and until this day, I am not fond of buffet restaurants.
What are some businesses you wouldn't patronize because of something you learned on the inside?