❌ Employers That Blatantly Need Top Talent For Minimum Wage Jobs Suck ❌
🤔 I remember during my early career days, right around 16 years old when I could drive.
👉 That’s when I worked minimum wage roles, like cashier and stocker.
👉 The companies and employees had a secret agreement that this was a job without much growth unless your sights were set on food retail management, which is a fine job.
👉 But for us high schoolers, we knew this was a bridge job until we got going in our career.
🧳 These were literally jobs that anyone can sign up for so long as you had a pulse.
🧳 Some of the accomplished employees wanted this as a way to earn income without having a ton of responsibility.
🧳 It was an easy job, but not an ideal situation for a teenager who just saw it as a spot to start.
❌ This advertisement is not ideal for the student who just went through 4 years of college just so they can ask, “Do you want fries with that?”
❌ This is not how you retain top talent for possible management succession.
❌ This is not how you build a team that will want to work hard.
👉 This starts with the job description.
👉 As you can see, this picture says it all. Let’s find someone who can practically handle management duties, but is tasked with handling monetary transactions all day.
😂 Here’s my fourteenth post in the weekly series of #humorous (*I hope) memes in honor of some of the more lax verbiage I’ve seen.
What stuff do you see on job descriptions that drive you nuts?👇
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