Author Takes The Readers Into The World Of A Fast Food Worker
Online PR News – 09-September-2018 – Newport News, VA – Running a restaurant is something that a business owner needs to work on at each and every day. Without the workers that serve as frontlines for the business, it can never reach a foregone conclusion that it is a success. Behind the success are the real heroes that deal with fast learning to keep up with the changing world, and author Spencer Tyler-Thomas Palmer shares his yearlong experience in the restaurant business to the readers - he tells the glorious days and the bad ones; he tells it all.
Palmer's book entitled Food Jockey: The World of a Fast Food Worker uncloaks the life of a fast food worker. It is a fact that people may say how convenient it is to have the type of job that Palmer decided to take, but there is absolutely more to once the worker wears his uniform to begin for the day. Further, she reveals that within the walls of Fuddruckers, having a good working relationship with fellow employees is easier said than done as everybody experiences darker days, affecting each other's performances at work. From dealing with a customer and the public in general to following the restaurant rules, from a worker's thoughts to the actions of many people, and all the other factors that caused Palmer to decide to leave the job after a year of being in it.
Food Jockey: The World of a Fast Food Worker reveals what is like to work in a fast food restaurant. This book is more like a friend to someone who works in the industry and with Palmer's revelations, whether the person reading it is a worker or a customer, this will change one's perspective. This is a highly recommended source for everyone to read and discover!
About the Author:
Spencer Tyler-Thomas Palmer was born in West Chicago, Illinois in 1979. He resides in Woodstock, GA. Graduated from Reinhardt University with a B.A. in History in 2002. Serving in the United States Army as a motor transport operator.