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2022-01-27 5:30:58 PM  
Original Tweet:

 
2022-01-27 10:48:57 PM  
While waiting for a restaurant owner to make my pizza today he had "Bar Rescue" on the TV in the "lobby". He was the only one in the store.

Anyway, the episode had Taffer bring the owner of the bar to the bar that was owned by his former employee. Somebody who left his bar to start her own.

They sit at the table and the guy admits that she was his star employee and he took her for granted.

Maybe Taffer needs to pay a visit to the owners of Jimmy Johns.
 
2022-01-28 12:07:01 AM  
I hope we never go back to where wages were suppressed because owners could expect workers to not know the value of their work.  All people wanted was a higher minimum wage, and the owner class couldn't be bothered.

Now they'd be lucky to get workers for that higher minimum wage plus benefits.
 
2022-01-28 12:09:42 AM  

Original: Original Tweet:

JoshuaPotash: What the boss says vs. what the workers say. I wonder which is right. https://t.co/Sxvs7eROco


Sounds about right.
 
2022-01-28 12:18:02 AM  

jaylectricity: While waiting for a restaurant owner to make my pizza today he had "Bar Rescue" on the TV in the "lobby". He was the only one in the store.

Anyway, the episode had Taffer bring the owner of the bar to the bar that was owned by his former employee. Somebody who left his bar to start her own.

They sit at the table and the guy admits that she was his star employee and he took her for granted.

Maybe Taffer needs to pay a visit to the owners of Jimmy Johns.


Nah if you watch interviews with Taffer he's a jackass who doesn't view employees as people who deserve respect for simply being people, but rather that employees get an amount of respect that is proportional to their ROI. Taffer's only real talent was seeing that he could fill a niche by being a low rent version of the highly edited and sensationalist Gordon Ramsey shown on Hell's Kitchen.
 
2022-01-28 12:18:08 AM  
Jimmy Johns - the corporation and owners - are trash, much more so than other franchisemissimos.

These idiots use their exorbitant profits to go on safaris to have smarter people than themselves help them murder endangered animals to brag about it without apology, then biatch when called on it.
 
2022-01-28 12:18:21 AM  
Jimmy John's was founded and still partly owned by a guy who gave huge donations to every GOP congressman and $200k to TFG.  They've fought attempts to unionize and generally treat workers like crap.  Don't believe a single word they say.

/Also their food SUCKS.  I had to eat there once because there were no other places open in the town I was visiting.  Blandest sandwich I've ever eaten.  I think the bread was made of sawdust
 
2022-01-28 12:19:27 AM  
There is a place that put a sign on their door that the couldn't employee workers because of "government hand outs" -- They got half a million dollars from the government through PPP.
 
2022-01-28 12:20:54 AM  
I don't understand why people like Jimmy Johns in the first place. Their sandwiches suck.
 
2022-01-28 12:21:21 AM  
I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.
 
2022-01-28 12:23:52 AM  

BuckTurgidson: Jimmy Johns - the corporation and owners - are trash, much more so than other franchisemissimos.

These idiots use their exorbitant profits to go on safaris to have smarter people than themselves help them murder endangered animals to brag about it without apology, then biatch when called on it.


Not true. Or, no longer true. Original owner sold to Arby's. But yeah, JJ was, and remains, an asshole.
 
2022-01-28 12:24:33 AM  

hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.


Why do you think Fark neck beards are shiatting on JJ store owners when they have proven to everyone here they have no idea what their talking about?
 
2022-01-28 12:25:13 AM  
I've had a better sandwich cheaper from an airport newsstand, if that tells you anything.
 
2022-01-28 12:25:35 AM  

hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.


What do you think of their sandwiches?
 
2022-01-28 12:25:43 AM  

hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.


What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?
 
2022-01-28 12:27:08 AM  

hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.


BUT IT WAS ON TWITTER SO IT MUST BE TRUE!
 
2022-01-28 12:27:14 AM  
I thought it was going to be A# C
 
2022-01-28 12:28:54 AM  
I think there's a lot to be said for some level of mandated profit sharing, like the take home of the boss cannot be more than, idk, 10 times the take home of the lowest paid worker there. You wanna make more? Be ready to pay more.
 
2022-01-28 12:29:34 AM  
One of my biggest criticisms of Drew Brees is that he invested in Jimmy John's in New Orleans - home of the Po-Boy, one of the finest sandwiches ever created. It's really a terrible product. I eat is occasionally because work provides it for us, but I would never pay my own money for it. Is it better than Subway? Maybe? I can find a better sandwich in the grocery store aisle.
 
2022-01-28 12:29:57 AM  

Someone Else's Alt: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?


What do you mean? African or European swallow?
 
2022-01-28 12:30:16 AM  

BuckTurgidson: Jimmy Johns - the corporation and owners - are trash, much more so than other franchisemissimos.

These idiots use their exorbitant profits to go on safaris to have smarter people than themselves help them murder endangered animals to brag about it without apology, then biatch when called on it.


Thank you.  Jimmy John and other dickbag "big-game hunters" can fark off and get gored.
 
2022-01-28 12:30:25 AM  

hoohoodilly: BuckTurgidson: Jimmy Johns - the corporation and owners - are trash, much more so than other franchisemissimos.

These idiots use their exorbitant profits to go on safaris to have smarter people than themselves help them murder endangered animals to brag about it without apology, then biatch when called on it.

Not true. Or, no longer true. Original owner sold to Arby's. But yeah, JJ was, and remains, an asshole.


Correction: Inspire Brands, which also owns Arby's, as well as BWW, Baskin-Robbins, SONIC, and others.
 
2022-01-28 12:30:27 AM  

hoohoodilly: BuckTurgidson: Jimmy Johns - the corporation and owners - are trash, much more so than other franchisemissimos.

These idiots use their exorbitant profits to go on safaris to have smarter people than themselves help them murder endangered animals to brag about it without apology, then biatch when called on it.

Not true. Or, no longer true. Original owner sold to Arby's. But yeah, JJ was, and remains, an asshole.


True.
 
2022-01-28 12:30:36 AM  
Hunh, restaffing? Have you tried paying people more money?

/I didn't think so
 
2022-01-28 12:30:56 AM  

Greil: I think there's a lot to be said for some level of mandated profit sharing, like the take home of the boss cannot be more than, idk, 10 times the take home of the lowest paid worker there. You wanna make more? Be ready to pay more.


Would employees then take losses if they were losses?
 
2022-01-28 12:31:06 AM  

DarkSoulNoHope: Someone Else's Alt: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

What do you mean? African or European swallow?


Stormy Daniels type of swallow.
 
2022-01-28 12:32:04 AM  

Greil: I think there's a lot to be said for some level of mandated profit sharing, like the take home of the boss cannot be more than, idk, 10 times the take home of the lowest paid worker there. You wanna make more? Be ready to pay more.


IIRC, Ben & Jerry's had this setup where the CEO salary was capped at some multiple of the lowest hourly employee. I absolutely love this idea. You can make it an absurd number - 50x - and it'll still raise up the lowest paid employees. If the business is making that much money, spread it around!
 
2022-01-28 12:33:22 AM  

jpat: Greil: I think there's a lot to be said for some level of mandated profit sharing, like the take home of the boss cannot be more than, idk, 10 times the take home of the lowest paid worker there. You wanna make more? Be ready to pay more.

IIRC, Ben & Jerry's had this setup where the CEO salary was capped at some multiple of the lowest hourly employee. I absolutely love this idea. You can make it an absurd number - 50x - and it'll still raise up the lowest paid employees. If the business is making that much money, spread it around!


But those people aren't "CEOs" they are franchises. So it's their capitol. They are not just  employees.

Did B&J cap their profits? Because that is actually what you are describing.
 
2022-01-28 12:35:46 AM  

jaivirtualcard: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

What do you think of their sandwiches?


They're ok. Nothing special. The wheat bread is far better than their regular bread. They only offer provolone cheese, which is ridiculous. They don't offer black olives, or spinach, and they're the only restaurant on Earth that doesn't offer farking salt or pepper.

I eat for free, which always tastes better 😎
 
2022-01-28 12:36:18 AM  

hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.


Do they still make their employees buy work clothes/hat before they earn a cent? Are tips still $1-$2 on average for drivers, meaning you'll go in the hole and be without a working car once they're done with you?

/ex-employee
 
2022-01-28 12:36:37 AM  

ImmutableTenderloin: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Why do you think Fark neck beards are shiatting on JJ store owners when they have proven to everyone here they have no idea what their talking about?


Most people don't know the original owner cashed in.
 
2022-01-28 12:37:53 AM  
Seeing a lot of fast food restaurants run by people who are clearly the owner
 
2022-01-28 12:38:42 AM  

whither_apophis: I thought it was going to be A# C


It's Bb you monster
 
2022-01-28 12:38:54 AM  

hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.


Why is your bread so hard? It's a submarine, not a torpedo.
 
2022-01-28 12:39:15 AM  

ImmutableTenderloin: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Why do you think Fark neck beards are shiatting on JJ store owners when they have proven to everyone here they have no idea what their talking about?


Proof is no longer important anymore. If someone says something you want to believe that is proof enough.


This guys don't even understand the difference between a manger, a CEO, and owner. You can tell from the previous posts they think they are all the same thing.
 
2022-01-28 12:40:03 AM  

RolfBlitzer: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Do they still make their employees buy work clothes/hat before they earn a cent? Are tips still $1-$2 on average for drivers, meaning you'll go in the hole and be without a working car once they're done with you?

/ex-employee


No, uniforms are free. I make $5-6 per delivery on average (tips + mileage).
 
2022-01-28 12:40:43 AM  

Corvus: ImmutableTenderloin: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Why do you think Fark neck beards are shiatting on JJ store owners when they have proven to everyone here they have no idea what their talking about?

Proof is no longer important anymore. If someone says something you want to believe that is proof enough.


This guys don't even understand the difference between a manger, a CEO, and owner. You can tell from the previous posts they think they are all the same thing.


Pretty sure theseguys can tell the difference between a manger and a CEO or owner.
 
2022-01-28 12:41:02 AM  

Corvus: Greil: I think there's a lot to be said for some level of mandated profit sharing, like the take home of the boss cannot be more than, idk, 10 times the take home of the lowest paid worker there. You wanna make more? Be ready to pay more.

Would employees then take losses if they were losses?


You seriously think CEO's eat losses? Losses get passed on to shareholders and to layoffs. So yes, people actually working would feel negative impacts if the business isn't successful.

As for the subsequent question of franchisee vs CEO - someone else's idea of profit sharing is applicable. Give it a crazy number - 50:1. You own a JJ franchise. If you have a banner year and net a $100,000 profit (above your salary assuming you actually work in the store), give each employee $2000. I doubt it takes more than 10 people to run a Jimmy Johns.

A quick Google noted that B&J started at 5:1, then went to 7:1, then their final public ratio was 17:1 when they were bought by Unilever.
 
2022-01-28 12:41:23 AM  

Summoner101: I hope we never go back to where wages were suppressed because owners could expect workers to not know the value of their work.  All people wanted was a higher minimum wage, and the owner class couldn't be bothered.

Now they'd be lucky to get workers for that higher minimum wage plus benefits.


Another recession will eventually happen. 2009-2014 haunts my dreams.
 
2022-01-28 12:42:13 AM  

Corvus: Greil: I think there's a lot to be said for some level of mandated profit sharing, like the take home of the boss cannot be more than, idk, 10 times the take home of the lowest paid worker there. You wanna make more? Be ready to pay more.

Would employees then take losses if they were losses?


Not ideally, no. The whole point of being the businessman is that YOU assume the risk, which is why you get the big bucks, even if you're paying someone to run every single facet of the company to the point that it's passive income for you, as the employee not in the tweet suggests. But current inequality levels are so far beyond "big bucks" that something's gotta be done to reign it in, soon....assuming we haven't already found our way into some sort of economic death spiral. Forcing the owner class to cough up to the plebs instead of paying themselves even more in bonuses will pump a ton of cash into (some of) the groups that need it most.

Another pipe dream I've had is cutting off the effective corporate access to certain welfare programs(food stamps are a good example) by taxing any employer an absurd multiplier of the value any employee of theirs takes out of the program.
 
2022-01-28 12:42:46 AM  

hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.


How much for a ounce of that good good?
Do I have to pay Jenny Jawbone upfront, or do I add it to your tip when you bring her here?
I got a buddy that can hook up on that gas lick if she give us a BOGO
 
2022-01-28 12:42:55 AM  

solokumba: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Why is your bread so hard? It's a submarine, not a torpedo.


Bread quality varies widely. And yeah, the French bread isn't exactly gourmet, nor are there other options. But customers keep coming back...
 
2022-01-28 12:43:28 AM  

hoohoodilly: hoohoodilly: BuckTurgidson: Jimmy Johns - the corporation and owners - are trash, much more so than other franchisemissimos.

These idiots use their exorbitant profits to go on safaris to have smarter people than themselves help them murder endangered animals to brag about it without apology, then biatch when called on it.

Not true. Or, no longer true. Original owner sold to Arby's. But yeah, JJ was, and remains, an asshole.

Correction: Inspire Brands, which also owns Arby's, as well as BWW, Baskin-Robbins, SONIC, and others.


Just took a look at their brands. Anyone else wary of a place called "Rusty Taco"? Not gonna look, but there's gotta be an Urban Dictionary entry for that.
 
2022-01-28 12:43:34 AM  

solokumba: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Why is your bread so hard? It's a submarine, not a torpedo.


Maybe if you stopped saying sweet nothings to it while unwrapping the sandwich then you'd have a different dining experience.
 
2022-01-28 12:45:41 AM  

AppleOptionEsc: Summoner101: I hope we never go back to where wages were suppressed because owners could expect workers to not know the value of their work.  All people wanted was a higher minimum wage, and the owner class couldn't be bothered.

Now they'd be lucky to get workers for that higher minimum wage plus benefits.

Another recession will eventually happen. 2009-2014 haunts my dreams.


The housing market thinks the banks give a shiat.
 
2022-01-28 12:47:10 AM  

Summoner101: Corvus: ImmutableTenderloin: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Why do you think Fark neck beards are shiatting on JJ store owners when they have proven to everyone here they have no idea what their talking about?

Proof is no longer important anymore. If someone says something you want to believe that is proof enough.


This guys don't even understand the difference between a manger, a CEO, and owner. You can tell from the previous posts they think they are all the same thing.

Pretty sure theseguys can tell the difference between a manger and a CEO or owner.


Umm no:


jpat: IIRC, Ben & Jerry's had this setup where the CEO salary was capped at some multiple of the lowest hourly employee. I absolutely love this idea. You can make it an absurd number - 50x - and it'll still raise up the lowest paid employees. If the business is making that much money, spread it around!


He thinks a Franchise owner of a JJ is equivalent to the "CEO".
 
2022-01-28 12:48:39 AM  

Greil: Not ideally, no. The whole point of being the businessman is that YOU assume the risk, which is why you get the big bucks, even if you're paying someone to run every single facet of the company to the point that it's passive income for you, as the employee not in the tweet suggests.


You just said the owner would not get the big bucks.

You get the franchise owners/(almost always)manager are the actual owners right? The people you just said what they get paid should be capped.
 
2022-01-28 12:49:29 AM  

hoohoodilly: ImmutableTenderloin: hoohoodilly: I'm a delivery driver for JJs, so I'm getting a kick from these comments...

Business is booming. I average $30-40/hr. Every store in our area (10 in this ownership group) is higher volume than pre-COVID, as many other competitors have gone out of business.

Our owners are local, and involved. Every single store is short staffed. Closing times changed from 9 to 7 at every location immediately after the pandemic started, but managers still work 70 hour weeks.

Ask me questions, if you want. I'll be brutally honest.

Why do you think Fark neck beards are shiatting on JJ store owners when they have proven to everyone here they have no idea what their talking about?

Most people don't know the original owner cashed in.


Just to clarify, is Jimmy John's no longer owned by the trophy-hunting a**hole? I miss being able to order a #6.

/i'm pretty sure all chains unfortunately donate to the GOP but sometimes you need quick, cheap food
 
2022-01-28 12:49:51 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: How much for a ounce of that good good?
Do I have to pay Jenny Jawbone upfront, or do I add it to your tip when you bring her here?
I got a buddy that can hook up on that gas lick if she give us a BOGO


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2022-01-28 12:49:59 AM  
Here's a chord: F*ck you, pay me.
 
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