Emilyros
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Hi guys, I'm 15 and I'm lucky enough to work at a highly regarded 5* hotel in the restaurant.
So I serve breakfasts, make coffee, deliver room services, take orders, but they never let me work any other shifts as with my age, I cannot serve alcohol - I would love to do an evening shift!
I receive £5 an hour and usually work Saturday and Sundays 7am-midday, however I have a dilemma I am desperately unhappy at my work because of my breakfast shift boss who is always there. The main restaurant boss is lovely, but she isn't. She pushes me, shouts at me and gets extremely flustered in no time, creates an undesirable atmosphere in what should be a tranquil breakfast time service and she often shouts at me in front of the guests - constantly. I dread going to work because of her and this is my first job and it's been 8 months - I just don't know if I should quit it and go somewhere else or stick with it because where I am working is lovely, it is just the person I am with constantly who RUINS my job.
I would love some advice, thank you.
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Can you take it to HR? If you're being bullied at work then it's the companies responsibility to sort it out!!
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Talk to your boss about her, they can help and might let you change your shift so you won't have to see her much.

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