Work

WTF

French Baker Fined $3,700 for Working Too Much

The man just can't stop baking!
Jelisa Castrodale
3.15.18
coffee

How Not Drinking Coffee Almost Ruined My Career

I've never had a whole cup of coffee in my entire life. You're already judging me, I know.
Natalie Stoclet
1.3.18
Restaurants

Why This 3-Star Restaurant Has a 3-Day Workweek

In stark contrast to the industry's 15-hour shifts and 85-hour weeks, Maaemo gives its chefs four days off in a row.
Lisa Abend
6.15.17
Pizza

I Got High, Blown, and Robbed When I Was a Pizza Delivery Guy

"I was 17, scared, and totally unsure what to do with that situation. But at the end of the day they were just a bunch of intoxicated, naked adults that just wanted some pizza."
Anonymous
5.19.17
Work

This Security Camera Is Designed to Catch Coworkers Who Steal Your Food

The device would take a photo of whoever the hell ate your blueberry yogurt for the third time in two weeks, and then email it to you.
Nick Rose
3.28.17
Fast Food

Subway Accused of Exploiting 'Apprentice' Sandwich Artists

“Do you have what it takes to be a sandwich artist for one of the leading fast food restaurants in the world?”
Nick Rose
3.23.17
lunch

Watch This Chinese Woman Make the Wildest Desk Lunch Ever

For starters, she turns an empty Pepsi can into a Bunsen burner-slash-hotpot and takes her PC apart and uses parts of it to fry a pancake.
Jelisa Castrodale
3.15.17
Restaurant Confessionals

Getting Paid Fairly as a Chef Is Near-Impossible

There are a lot of weird situations in the service industry where you’re taken advantage of.
Anonymous
12.30.16
lunch

This Is the Worst Lunch to Eat in the Office, According to a New Survey

Eat this and your colleagues might never talk to you again.
Phoebe Hurst
11.29.16
Chicken

Step Inside Drake’s Favorite Jerk Chicken Spot

After more than 30 years in business, Toronto's The Real Jerk is still going strong, recently playing a starring role in Drake and Rihanna's "Work" video.
Simran Hans
11.15.16
meat

Meat and Poultry Processing Plants Are Incredibly Dangerous Places to Work

While the incidence of serious injuries appears to be going down statistically for America's slaughterhouse and meat processing workers, it's likely that these issues are underreported.
Wyatt Marshall
5.30.16
Work

Applebee's Is Apologizing for Not Paying an Autistic Employee for a Year

Somehow, this prep cook with autism ended up not being paid for an entire year's worth of work at a Rhode Island Applebee's.
Alex Swerdloff
10.24.15
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