For privacy, you don't have to tell us specifically where you've previously / are currently working. Just some generic header will do, like "Restaurant" or "Clothing store".
Eh, I've worked in a variety of places and every one of them has had something wrong with it that's ensured they won't get my business.
- For all perishable items, always check the best-before dates on them. Staff don't properly rotate the stock around, meaning the newer, fresher stock may not always be at the back, and vice-versa. This especially holds true for places that have a huge turnover in stock - often times management will tell staff not to rotate because they'll all be sold out in a week or so anyway.
- Always be nice to the staff who work in the deli/cold meat section - they can take the stock out the back where *you can't see* what they do to it.
- Fruits & Vegetables always come in with bugs crawling over them. Always. And stock sometimes arrives with rats who've half eaten a carton of something.
- Don't even bother to ask the staff to check out the back for stock. In all likelihood, we'll go out there and kick a ball around for a few minutes and not even check, then come back and tell you that we've all sold out.
- Unless it's about a theft or injury that's occurred, management does not care about what you have to say and will not take anything you say into account.
- Unless you can see the popcorn being made, don't buy it. It's probably been sitting there all day, or is leftover from a previous day's trade (sometimes in storage for up to a month).
- The staff honestly don't care if they let 10 year olds into R-rated films and only enforce it when managers are around.
- When cleaning cinemas, finders-keepers applies.
- We can see everything you get up to during the film, and yes that does include a game of one-hole golf in the back corner.
- Don't ask us about the films. Most of us just work there for money and aren't actually film-buffs.