Second-string players do damage

In the November issue, Editor Michael Sanson wrote about how some restaurants on slow nights appear to be using second- and third-string employees who often do more damage than good with customer relations. He asked readers if they employ such a practice and how they ensure customers aren’t getting second-rate service.
I was horrified to read about the service your friend received.<

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