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My manager has made multiple women cry, as well as constantly fear for their job. He has yelled and cursed, at staff. He is incredibly unproffesional, as in making the schedule, he will not give people the days off they need and have requested months in advance, and then tells them to "figure it out" even if he has double scheduled an employee. He is very belittling. He shows comlete favoritism. Every day he is in the restaraunt, everyone sighs when he comes in, and everyone is completely terrified. The entire demenor of everyone changes. We have a proprietor, as well as a kitchen manager, but no one is comfortable going to them because they are all very good friends and nothing will be kept in confidence. I understand a manager needs to enforce rules, but there are ways to be professional, and calling employees selfish, rude, and cursing, is not the way to go about it. Many people talk about this issue yet no one has decided to take action. I am wondering how to get in touch with someone above him, and have all these issues brought to their attention so these issues can be resolved.  
   
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