OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Friday, November 13

#7421

QUESTION:

Does anyone else notice the extremely slow service at the Booster Juice in SLC? Majority of the staff moves as slow as they possibly can and still somehow screws up the order.

6 comments

  1. You can tell the service you're going to get by their facial expressions.
    But cut them some slack. The older ladies are old. The highschoolers just finished a full day of school and still come to work closing shifts. The university students are busy trying to balance school and work to help pay tuition. Everyone is tired and our feet are sore. No one chooses to work at a minimum wage food court unless they had to.

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    1. To be honest, the older ladies work a lot faster than the young people working there. Being in high school doesn't really excuse working slow?? You're sitting all day in class. I had a service job in high school and I sure as hell would not get away with working at the pace the workers here work at. You do your job, or find something else you'd be better at.

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  2. SLC food services (teriyaki, wild olives, booster juice) has been slow since this term started. Getting a meal now requires 10+min which is ridiculous.

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  3. It's probably the entitled millennial students who are both indecisive and extremely picky about their orders that slow everything down.

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    1. You cunt. If I'm paying for food they had better make it properly. It's not picky if they're not doing their shit correctly.

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    2. I think he meant the people in line, not the people working there

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