I’m all for hiring the younger generation for fast-food businesses, but the employers need to take a closer look at the kids they are hiring.
Recently, at a local fast-food restaurant, I gave a young girl a $20 bill and was given back the change for $10. I held out my hand to the window with the change given, expecting the remainder. She looked at me and said, “You did give me a ten, didn’t you?” Supposedly, after a till count of less than two minutes, I was told the bank was not off.
This is the first time I have been shorted money, but I’ve also been shorted on food in the past. Who wants to spend the gas to return for an order that should have been right the first time?
I’d be willing to bet I am not the only victim of drive-through omissions.