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Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« on: January 09, 2020, 10:42:51 AM »
People whine that a min wage job isn't a living wage job. To those people, I say fuck off! The reason I have no sympathy for them, is, fast food employment has always been an entry level position, a way to enter the job mkt for young people.
They learn what is expected of them when they're drawing an hourly wage. But if you stay at a min wage level, that's no one's fault but your own, especially in this economy.
This is why Obozo tried to cripple the American economy, it gave fuel to the false Min Wage protests.

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 Wanted: Restaurant manager. Competitive salary: $100,000.

The six-figure sum is not being offered at a haute cuisine location with culinary accolades, but at fast-food chain Taco Bell. Amid an increasingly tough U.S. labor market, the company is betting a higher salary will help it attract workers and keep them on the team.

The Yum! Brands Inc.-owned chain will test the higher salary in select restaurants in the U.S. Midwest and Northeast, and will also try a new role for employees who want leadership experience but don’t want to be in the management position. Current salaries for general managers at company-owned Taco Bell stores are between $50,000 and $80,000, according to the company.

a screenshot of a cell phone: A stubbornly low jobless rate is forcing companies to get creative with pay
© Bloomberg A stubbornly low jobless rate is forcing companies to get creative with pay
It’s another example of how stubbornly low unemployment is changing the face of fast food, which for decades has been seen as the quintessential low-wage job. Restaurants including Olive Garden owner Darden Restaurants Inc. and Shake Shack Inc. have recently called out labor inflation that’s hurting margins.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/finance/companies/taco-bell-offering-24100000-salary-amid-mounting-worker-shortage/ar-BBYMNIM
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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2020, 11:13:42 AM »
People whine that a min wage job isn't a living wage job. To those people, I say fuck off! The reason I have no sympathy for them, is, fast food employment has always been an entry level position, a way to enter the job mkt for young people.
They learn what is expected of them when they're drawing an hourly wage. But if you stay at a min wage level, that's no one's fault but your own, especially in this economy.
This is why Obozo tried to cripple the American economy, it gave fuel to the false Min Wage protests.

Want to make more? Bust your ass!






 Wanted: Restaurant manager. Competitive salary: $100,000.

The six-figure sum is not being offered at a haute cuisine location with culinary accolades, but at fast-food chain Taco Bell. Amid an increasingly tough U.S. labor market, the company is betting a higher salary will help it attract workers and keep them on the team.

The Yum! Brands Inc.-owned chain will test the higher salary in select restaurants in the U.S. Midwest and Northeast, and will also try a new role for employees who want leadership experience but don’t want to be in the management position. Current salaries for general managers at company-owned Taco Bell stores are between $50,000 and $80,000, according to the company.

a screenshot of a cell phone: A stubbornly low jobless rate is forcing companies to get creative with pay
© Bloomberg A stubbornly low jobless rate is forcing companies to get creative with pay
It’s another example of how stubbornly low unemployment is changing the face of fast food, which for decades has been seen as the quintessential low-wage job. Restaurants including Olive Garden owner Darden Restaurants Inc. and Shake Shack Inc. have recently called out labor inflation that’s hurting margins.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/finance/companies/taco-bell-offering-24100000-salary-amid-mounting-worker-shortage/ar-BBYMNIM

Amazing what the fee market and capitalism can deliver, isn't it?
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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2020, 11:21:30 AM »
Amazing what the fee market and capitalism can deliver, isn't it?
:thumbup: There are help wanted ads from multiple companies in central Texas needing help and starting above $15 an hour. Of course unemployment is in the low 3's. And that is how you raise the minimum wage. Are there any socialist listening?

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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2020, 11:55:49 AM »
People whine that a min wage job isn't a living wage job. To those people, I say fuck off! The reason I have no sympathy for them, is, fast food employment has always been an entry level position, a way to enter the job mkt for young people.
They learn what is expected of them when they're drawing an hourly wage. But if you stay at a min wage level, that's no one's fault but your own, especially in this economy.
This is why Obozo tried to cripple the American economy, it gave fuel to the false Min Wage protests.

Want to make more? Bust your ass!






 Wanted: Restaurant manager. Competitive salary: $100,000.

The six-figure sum is not being offered at a haute cuisine location with culinary accolades, but at fast-food chain Taco Bell. Amid an increasingly tough U.S. labor market, the company is betting a higher salary will help it attract workers and keep them on the team.

The Yum! Brands Inc.-owned chain will test the higher salary in select restaurants in the U.S. Midwest and Northeast, and will also try a new role for employees who want leadership experience but don’t want to be in the management position. Current salaries for general managers at company-owned Taco Bell stores are between $50,000 and $80,000, according to the company.

a screenshot of a cell phone: A stubbornly low jobless rate is forcing companies to get creative with pay
© Bloomberg A stubbornly low jobless rate is forcing companies to get creative with pay
It’s another example of how stubbornly low unemployment is changing the face of fast food, which for decades has been seen as the quintessential low-wage job. Restaurants including Olive Garden owner Darden Restaurants Inc. and Shake Shack Inc. have recently called out labor inflation that’s hurting margins.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/finance/companies/taco-bell-offering-24100000-salary-amid-mounting-worker-shortage/ar-BBYMNIM

They've still got some catching up to do. In n Out pays $160K

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/taco-bell-will-run-pilot-program-paying-select-managers-100000-a-year-but-in-n-out-burger-already-pays-managers-160000-2020-01-09
let's stay on the original topic of conversation

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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #5 on: January 09, 2020, 01:06:51 PM »
But, you still have the headache of being a fast food manager. My mom worked fast food for a long time. She refused to become a manager. It is not worth it. She had seniority and worked 9-5 Monday thru Friday and had weekends off. Don't get me started on how she kept the place functional an how the people who worked there were clueless idiots. The same idiots a manager has to deal with. They want $15 an hour but can't count $15 worth of change

I see the same thing in the service company I work for. As we speak, my ex-manager (who was promoted to regional manager) has had enough with that and is returning to being our manager. My current manager (who has had enough) is becoming a service tech again. I have seen another service tech get promoted to manager and give that up quickly.
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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #6 on: January 09, 2020, 01:09:02 PM »
As expected, the point went right over your head.

No, no, I get it. More competition for employees presumably means jobs have to compete and pay more.

But I looked up Taco Bells profits and they're making the same amount of money now that they made during the Recession/Recovery.

They could've paid it before if they wanted to.
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« Reply #7 on: January 09, 2020, 01:12:25 PM »
But, you still have the headache of being a fast food manager. My mom worked fast food for a long time. She refused to become a manager. It is not worth it. She had seniority and worked 9-5 Monday thru Friday and had weekends off. Don't get me started on how she kept the place functional an how the people who worked there were clueless idiots. The same idiots a manager has to deal with. They want $15 an hour but can't count $15 worth of change

I see the same thing in the service company I work for. As we speak, my ex-manager (who was promoted to regional manager) has had enough with that and is returning to being our manager. My current manager (who has had enough) is becoming a service tech again. I have seen another service tech get promoted to manager and give that up quickly.
Like all things, it requires dedication and sacrifice, all jobs do if you want to get ahead. Not everyone is cut out for leadership positions, I thrived in it myself and was paid well.
Like all great managers, we usually wind up in business for ourselves.
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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #8 on: January 09, 2020, 01:37:32 PM »
Nothing to do with dedication. It's reality. They are constantly on conference calls (morning, afternoon, and evening) and they are even woken up in the middle of the night. They have to answer why they did not make various goals because of the idiots they manage. You make more money being a service tech than a local manager pay/salary versus hours. I always get overtime. There have been very few days of getting home on time. Even when they have their yearly "we have to control overtime", I get overtime. I have forced overtime in some cases.

Did I tell you that the regional manager (who had to move up north) got tired of paying those high taxes as well?
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« Reply #9 on: January 09, 2020, 02:08:05 PM »
No, no, I get it. More competition for employees presumably means jobs have to compete and pay more.

But I looked up Taco Bells profits and they're making the same amount of money now that they made during the Recession/Recovery.

They could've paid it before if they wanted to.

What recession? You mean depression, correct?

Also, why would they pay more? I don't understand.

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« Reply #10 on: January 09, 2020, 02:08:59 PM »
Nothing to do with dedication. It's reality. They are constantly on conference calls (morning, afternoon, and evening) and they are even woken up in the middle of the night. They have to answer why they did not make various goals because of the idiots they manage. You make more money being a service tech than a local manager pay/salary versus hours. I always get overtime. There have been very few days of getting home on time. Even when they have their yearly "we have to control overtime", I get overtime. I have forced overtime in some cases.

Did I tell you that the regional manager (who had to move up north) got tired of paying those high taxes as well?
Yep, that's life. If you don't want to work hard, find a job that doesn't demand much, but expect to be paid accordingly.
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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #11 on: January 09, 2020, 02:13:43 PM »
As expected, the point went right over your head.

Bernie supporters absolutely hate business. I'll never understand.

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« Reply #12 on: January 09, 2020, 02:35:18 PM »
Bernie supporters absolutely hate business. I'll never understand.
Yeah, it literally OOOOZES out of his posts.
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Re: Make $100,000 Working at Taco Bell
« Reply #13 on: January 09, 2020, 03:05:33 PM »
What recession? You mean depression, correct?

Also, why would they pay more? I don't understand.

The 2008 Financial Crisis and all that followed. You can call it a depression if you'd like. I'm just calling it by name to be sure we're talking about the same thing.

They don't have to unless the market or labor demands it. It's not an obligation.

But if I were making $2.2B (like YUM is) per year in profits and increasing our pay scale to be the best in the industry cost $200M. I'd do it and live with the $2B in profits.

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« Reply #14 on: January 09, 2020, 06:31:05 PM »
The 2008 Financial Crisis and all that followed. You can call it a depression if you'd like.

I like calling things what they are.

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I'm just calling it by name to be sure we're talking about the same thing.

You insinuated Hussein presided over a recovery.  I must have misunderstood. My apologies.

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They don't have to unless the market or labor demands it. It's not an obligation.

Of course.


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But if I were making $2.2B (like YUM is) per year in profits and increasing our pay scale to be the best in the industry cost $200M. I'd do it and live with the $2B in profits.

That's the one thing about Marxists.  You guys are always "If I were...", or "I'm gonna'...", instead of doing it. In the end, you guys are the least charitable people on the planet.  You crap on the risk takers, innovators, and producers, and then wonder why your political ideology (in this case, would be the correct term) is rejected by those who ignorantly advocate for it, at every turn, when explained to them in detail.

Living a wealthy lifestyle should be commended and appreciated.  It's not fair to the rich when poor people have chosen to go into debt, learn no marketable skill, then turn around and point at them as if they did something wrong.  They create the jobs -- even the non-business owners -- that enable people to enjoy independence.

I understand you think breadlines are a good thing, but they're not.  In 100% of socialist societies, those societies fail.  In 100% of those societies, the government officials lived like kings.  As John C. Drew said, "Marxists love Marxism because they always think they're going to be the ones at the top".  Nobody in the United States wants to live in a craphole.




 

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