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The Waiter Rule

By Jason Richards

When you eat at a restaurant, how do you treat your waiter when everything is going well? And what about when your dinner goes to hell in a handbasket? Surprisingly enough (or perhaps not surprisingly at all), according to leading U.S. CEOs, employers take manners and social-interaction into account during the hiring process, and when they're inviting you for a meal, it's not so much about the food; it's about the way you interact with other individuals. This is another shining example of during the interview process, any interaction with a potential employer is really an interview; you're always being tested. So bring you A-Game all the time. But if you won't take our word for it, will you take those of the leading CEO's? They tell all in this USA Today article, CEOs say how you treat a waiter can predict a lot about character.



There is nothing that irks me more than people being rude to waitstaff/customer service individuals!

That is so true. I can't stand people who are so disrespectful of others all that tells me is they have no respect for themselves.
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Waiter's just like us are also human trying to earn a living. We should treat them politely, courteously and with respect. How you treat people reflects what kind of personality and attitude you have. Don't be like the people via Customessaymeister.com review who treats customer harshly and without respect.

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