The previous post is a complete twisting of the facts. this employee was fired for a multitude of reasons, which will not be mentioned here. He was not refused pay, but was asked to explain what happened to missing cash drops before he was handed a check. This employee stormed out and made personal threats of bodily harm, and did not wait to get his check. All of our employees are and always have been paid.The ex-employee's mom was asked to leave because she cannot be part of the employee (or ex-employee) and employer conversation legally, as the former employee is 27 years old and not a minor.Not long after, it was discovered the ex-employee also lied on his application.This person and his mother have taken to a internet smear campaign to intentionally hurt us financially, and have unfortunately done so fairly successfully, but not rightfuilly so. His wages were submitted to Iowa Workforce Development over 30 day ago after he failed to claim them, and neither he or his mother has made any attempt to correct any of their negative actions on the internet.Things like this kill small businesses, and this will cost 12 people their jobs if not corrected, and a loss of close to $200,000 invested in this business.It's a shame really that this gentleman can't right his inequities, nor can his mother, after doing so much wrong.
Burger King store: #1787Date: 6/30/2014Time: 6:27 PMArea: Drive-ThroughProblem: Inconsistent portion size for ice cream cones.Suggested solution: They should have to quickly weigh every cone on a gram scale, to make sure customers get a consistent product.One time you get a full, satisfying cone. The next time (such as today) you get two inch high ice-cream, with a girth that comes half an inch short of the cone's diameter, all the way around.Then, because they're on sale for 50 cents, the staff acts like half a cone is fair, since it's half price. If there were an option to include a picture of the rip-off cones we got today, I would.