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    I have recently joined McDonald's, I have been here for almost two moths now and I absolutely hate it! There's these two girls, my co-workers, who are forever bossing me about and attempting to get me into trouble. At McDonald's they advise you to take no more than 4 orders at a time, however they would often make me take more and attempt to embarrass me in front of customers, they would make me do all of hard work whilst whilst they just stood in the corner chatting and laughing amongst themselves. The weekend just gone I worked a morning shift and as I was coming back from getting extra cups from our rhe back I could see one of the girls messing about with my till, I was unsure what about what she'd done at first but it turnt out that she has deleted orders off of my screen. I had several customers complain to me that day causing my manger to pull me aside and yell at me. Is there any advice on how to deal with these two girls, as the managers seem to like them as they often praise them a lot?..

    Let your manager know what they are doing, in fact tell them to **** off.

    Complain to your manager and if they don't do anything, either try the regional/district manager or leave. People like those two girls won't get far in life with attitudes like that and you're much better off without the hassle.
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