The personal blog of author Kelly Sedinger, chronicling the adventures of one overalls-clad wanderer.
I wonder if similar outrage would be sparked by a trendy French restaurant demanding the waiters speak french and wear name tags with French names.
Or if a manager told his employees not to curse while working, or that they had to cut their hair or wear hair nets or dress differently, or not to text each other in his presence or...the guy could be racist, but that article doesn't really prove it to me.
Yeah. Requiring hair nets in a food preparation area is the same as requiring Mexicans to go by different names.Please.
Interesting you refer to them as Mexicans and I,squub calls them employees.Do ya get it yet?
That's not interesting at all. Requiring employees to wear hair nets goes to food safety and product quality. Disallowing text messaging goes to productivity. Telling Mexican employees that they can't go by their own names goes to racism. (Your cute hypothetical about a French restaurant makes no sense -- if any French restaurants do this, it would clearly be a matter of creating a certain ambience than assuaging one guy's discomfort with Latinos.)I knew I shouldn't have left the comments open on this post. I'll be rectifying that now.
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