Previously – Chefs with Issues: Immigrants in the kitchen, Why diversity matters in a restaurant kitchen and The kid with the stinky lunch
Looks like a job for I.C.E. DEPORTATION...
Reminds me of a skit on the Carlos Mencia show where white people who were unemployed learned English from illegal Mexicans in the hopes of finding a 'yob'.
These are the kind of restaurants that we as costumers should support!
You know what's better business? Deporting!
Millions of americans struggle for work, and it's given to third world flea bag morons on a silver platter... Then more is given after that (usually free) to them also!
I require a job also to function. Where's mine? Oh yeah... It's racist of me to want one when some dirt farmer from mexico wants a house and ipod! How stupid of me....
Easy there, Mr. Donner. You appear to be foaming at the mouth.
Everyone living in the US should be REQUIRED to learn English. Especially if they work the drive-thru window.
At my job, there was this young guy about 25 that the boss really liked. It is an apartment complex. Anyway the boss tells the guy, with me translating, that he will pay for all the guys education to learn HVAC if he also takes this english class that the boss is also willing to pay for. The jerk said no. So he is still an illegal porter at this apartment complex...don't know how he drives a large late model suv with spinners. Hmm, must be a southern thing.
Good for them! Whatever the employees' immigration status, helping them to improve their English skills can only help improve their performance as employees, whether they are talking to other employees (whose native tongue may or may not be English – what if they both speak different non-English languages? It's the best way to get them communicating with one another!) as well as any possible interaction they may need to have with customers. It's good business AND will be good for the employees in their offsite lives as well.
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