When it comes to working in a particular facility or in a particular industry, it is not uncommon for management to require prospective employees to have qualifications and experience that are directly related to the business.
But one restaurant in Palm Springs, Calif., has gone viral for having an extensive list of dos and don’ts expected of servers considering joining the team.
The ad, originally posted on Craigslist by Tonga Hut of Palm Springs, started gaining traction after a video was posted by a TikToker who spotted the ad in a clip that had thousands of views.
“This is the craziest advertisement for a restaurant server I’ve ever seen and it made my day,” says a TikToker named Abbey.
@.Desert Rat Don’t be confined to your own home. Otherwise you will be fired!!! #craigslist #craigslistspecial #server life #no one wants to work ♬ original sound – abebebei
Ads start relatively normal. Candidates should work calmly, be comfortable in a fast-paced environment, have experience in the restaurant industry, be willing to work late, and have reliable transportation. It is expected thatPublic transport options end at 9:40 PM
Sounds fair, right?
TikToker then proceeds to the second part of the ad, where a hiring manager (who goes by the name Claudia) explains almost all possible worst-case scenarios before explaining why someone shouldn’t apply for the position. Enumerate bullets without . .
screenshot of Job Information Posted via Craigslist.
The main reasons to skip applying for this job are: Your cell phone is always dead without charging, you have to make frequent sick calls because your grandma poisoned you with ham, you take the weekend off if the roller derby team makes it to the finals.
He then concludes the job posting by claiming that the restaurant is a “team-oriented environment” and that people with high egos, introverts, and bad attitudes should not apply.
Viewers spent the day in the comments section. Note that whoever wrote the post has a clear view of everything when it comes to the restaurant industry.
“That employer seems to be a little traumatized by hearing every single excuse,” joked one user.
He added that it was clear that the post was intended to be sarcastic in nature, as it states that people who “have no sense of humor or skill with sarcasm” should not apply. rice field.
Tonga Hut did not immediately respond entrepreneurRequest for comments for clarification.