Confessions of a Fast-Food Worker (Pt. 1)

Confessions of a Fast-Food Worker (Pt. 1)

by George Dwight

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Confessions of a Fast-Food Worker (Pt. 1) by George Dwight

This non-fiction, short story collection details "tricks" the writer and his coworkers used to not only work smart and not hard, but to also get even with customers, other coworkers, and even the fast-food corporation he refer to as "Ronny's."

1. The Yellow Brick Road (Intro)
2. The Last Laugh
3. Gin & Juice
4. Cold & Cloudy
5. The Secret Ingredient
6. Sabotage
7. Espionage
8. Heists
9. Perceptions (Interlude)
10. Robin Hood & Uncle Sam
11. No Salt
12. The Power of Pepper
13. Begging for It
14. Stuffed with Revenge
15. Overdraft
16. Funny Money
17. The Oldest Trick in this Book
18. Say Cheese
19. Stretching the Five-Second Rule


Product Details

BN ID: 2940148432272
Publisher: A.M. Publications
Publication date: 09/18/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 285 KB

About the Author

The author, George Dwight, was employed by a fast-food chain he refers to as “Ronny’s” as a teenager, at a total of four locations for five years. The writer responds to the mixed reviews over his and his coworkers’ actions with “You get what you pay for. We were paid so little, so we did so little.”
George Dwight is the first to publish a tell-all about working in the fast-food industry, and will not comment on what Part 2 consists of. In response to the nationwide Fast-food strikes, he says, “Fast-food workers have been striking in one way or another for years. This wave is simply a different approach"

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