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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I work at a popular fast food restaurant location, and we’re always very busy. That being said, we also get a lot of weird customer requests, angry customers, and other things that the crew just can’t handle alone. Unfortunately, even in the busiest times, there is only one supervisor on the floor, and that simply isn’t enough to go around. As a crew person, I’m essentially “nobody” in the company, but I find it frustrating and humiliating giving such poor service to the customers. They’re paying money after all. Don’t they deserve better?  


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