Tsukiyumi wrote:When I worked at Domino's Pizza, we once made 150 pizzas in one hour. Not one of them was returned or complained about. Why? We gave a sh*t about our work. Is your reason valid? To a degree; even if you're tired and bored, you should have pride in your work, especially if your work involves people's health and sick people's comfort.Captain Seafort wrote:Bad, or simply getting careless and sloppy because of doing it a hundred times a day? The appearance would be the same.
It's not my intention to excuse said carelessness, simply to suggest a reason.
Seriously, Tsu? You have to find a better example than that. Out of 150 pizza customers, there's only a fraction who are going to get a substandard pizza. How many of those people are actually going to call and complain about that substandard pizza, given the fact that even a perfectly executed Domino's pie bears almost no resemblance to a good pizza anyway?
Anyway, I find the opposite of Kendall - constant injections have desensitized me to needles in the extreme. I'm bothered more by the fingertip blood testing than I am by the injections in the gut. Little hint for people with chronic vein problems or who constantly have issues getting an IV in - ask for an anesthesiologist to do it.