Online PR News – 20-September-2017 – What is it like to work in a fast food restaurant? Is it as pleasant as how a one-third pounder hamburger is presented to the public?
Spencer T. Palmer tells it all through Food Jockey: The World of a Fast Food Worker, a biography book which accounts Palmers year of experience in the business. Holding nothing back, Palmer divulges the life that he had behind his uniform: his relationship with his fellow employees, how he dealt with the customers public in general, his stand on the restaurant procedures, and everything else which gyrated within the walls of Fuddruckers.
The Home of the World Greatest Hamburgers, this is the famous tag line for Fuddruckers and at the same time what the people had gotten used to; but to Palmer, there are days when this place they call home would become his private hell. He exposes the dark side of the fast food world which made him decide to leave the business a year after he got himself into it.
Food Jockey: The World of a Fast Food Worker is best for those who are contemplating on getting into the fast food world, it contains the authors views on why it is rare for a single person to last in such job. Furthermore, this is relatable to the ones who are already in the business, as they either share the same exact experiences as the author or they have encountered even the worse situations. Lastly, this is a piece of work that spiteful customers should read when they think that being a fast food worker is as easy as how they gracefully hand the food, Palmer tells them otherwise. This edifying memoir of Palmer is definitely hard to put down!
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