Son is currently doing 8:00am to 12:30am split shifts, usually 2 - 3 hour break around 2:00, every day this week. GM is on a week sick leave and there are no team leaders. I recon his hourly pay has eroded down to £5.00. Told him to expect reward in heaven. Is this slave labour.
Just hoofed this post to concur. My son has been working too many 18 hour shifts lately (some without breaks) because of under staffing, penny wise pound foolish you couldn't make it up. His pub regularly has an intense working environment, I expect him to collapse one day. 12:30am finishes and 8:00am starts is my main gripe as he too often only gets 4 - 5 hrs sleep. See the problem. I'm annoyed because he is on salary so dosen't get more for 60+ hrs/ wk. Rant over.
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Mitchells & Butlers PLC (LON:MAB) Change of Rating
Trading of Mitchells & Butlers PLC (LON:MAB)’s shares is going to be interesting today, as HSBC lowered the stock to a Hold. Along the rating downgrade, HSBC analysts gave a target price of GBX 385 or 17.20% more.
The big problem with this company is they do not invest in staff, have u ever been to one of their outlets? Shocking! Food generally good but never enough staff must cost them thousands in lost sales. One man is not to blame but he could of invested in people.
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