AUSTELL, GEORGIA - MARCH 18: A view of Chick-fil-A on Austell Road as customers pull around for their drive-thru orders on March 18, 2020 in Austell, Georgia. All locations across the country have temporarily closed their dining room seating to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
La idea de trabajar tres días y descansar cuatro no suena nada mal, cierto? Bueno al parecer Justin Lindsey, operador de un Chick Chick-fil-A en Miami Florida empleo éste sistema laboral que funciona así: Los empleados trabajan 13 o 14 horas por tres días, si, son días largos… pero…. tienen un fin de semana de 4 días. No sé que pienses tú al respecto pero para mi es muy buena idea. playa
Dieciocho líderes de tiendas y aproximadamente 20 trabajadores de primera línea han elegido participar en el programa según se lee en Fox 13
Lindsey dijo que ha visto mejoras en el servicio, la eficiencia y la consistencia del restaurante desde que comenzó el nuevo modelo de horario laboral, informó QSR Magazine. Las inspecciones de seguridad alimentaria de las cápsulas han sido “literalmente perfectas”, también le dijo al medio. FUENTE:
Weekend Vibes, What's Happening In Southwest Florida Nov 11-13
Here are your Weekend Vibes, What’s Happening In Southwest Florida Nov 11-13.
There are quite a few events for Hurricane Ian recovery and relief this weekend and many of them surround live music. Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers is hosting a concert featuring the Gulf Coast Symphony. Proceeds benefit the SWFL Emergency Relief Fund. If you plan on attending think about grabbing a non-perishable food item for hurricane survivors. In addition, you can help our furry friends. If you attend this concert, you can also bring some pet food to donate.
More of what is happening in Southwest Florida
Numerous events have been canceled or postponed in wake of Hurricane Ian. Find out which ones by clicking here. The Naples Fine Art Shows one of those annual event that has had to make a few changes and location is one of them. This weekends art show’s location has been moved from the Italian-American Club of Naples. This year it is at Collier County’s 180-acre multipurpose Paradise Coast Sports Complex. Parking is free and there is plenty of space so if you want to bring kids and dogs, go for it.
And did someone say Santa Clause? The big guy makes an appearance in Punta Gorda this weekend.
One more thing, please remember that events on your calendar and even those listed here can always change. We are living in a very fluid world right now. It never hurts to call ahead or even check the social media sites related to these events so you can confirm.
Finally, if you have the means, the energy, and the desire to do so, please support the local businesses that are up and running. And perhaps some of these events will help you if you are looking for a place to give back. Finally, if you have any additional events to share, email them to me here, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy some Weekend Vibes, What’s Happening In Southwest Florida Nov 11-13.