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  •  Why should this worker (1+ / 0-)
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    be expected to know?  She takes money & vouchers (or whatever) in an endless cafeteria line for probably 90 minutes.  

    She's a cashier.  She's probably told she has to process X number of kids per hour.   She shouldn't be expected to do social work intake in such a situation, and I'm certain she's not paid for it.

    Her own economic security is likely so tenuous that she probably does not even dream of asking a supervisor about a kid who isn't paying.  

    With what happened in Connecticut today, I hope some school districts get some perspective about what is really important.  

    Jeez -

    •  She should know (3+ / 0-)
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      because her management should have done their job and trained her properly.  That's part of Human Resources, telling your employees important information for the smooth running of the business.

      Romney/Caligula 2012!

      by sujigu on Sat Dec 15, 2012 at 06:31:52 AM PST

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