Tamlynn Yoder, 25, of Florida, says online diatribe slamming church for stiffing her on tip got her fired.
A Florida Outback Steakhouse workman says she filled a internal megachurch’s $735 takeout sequence and afterwards was dismissed when she ranted on amicable media about not removing a tip.
“We take a sequence over a phone, we put a sequence together, take remuneration and afterwards take sequence to a car,” Tamlynn Yoder, 25, of Lake Park, told the Palm Beach Post. “It’s a lot of work only as most as serving.”
Christ Fellowship Church in Palm Beach Gardens was holding a discussion and called in an sequence to a internal Outback Wednesday for 25 beef dinners, 25 duck dinners and 25 side orders of potatoes that Yoder pronounced she had to prepare, costing her other tips.
“I brought it out, put it in a car,” Yoder told Miami Fox affiliate WSVN-TV. “We perceived a payment. There was no gratuity. we got upset. we posted a post on Facebook about a church not withdrawal a wages tip.”
A crony review her post and called a church to protest and was told that a chairman who picked adult a food didn’t know to leave a tip.
“Coming in to eat or takeout, we should automatically be wanting to tip 15 percent,” Yoder said. “From there, we possibly go adult or go down formed on service.”
A church deputy called a grill Thursday to make it adult to Yoder.
Nevertheless, she was shown a door.
As it turns out, Outback has a despotic process ominous workers from posting about business on amicable media, WSVN reported.
Outback even reimbursed a church for a large order. The church was apologetic about what happened.
“We did not call a grill to have her fired, we wanted to get a conditions resolved,” church central David Lonsberry told a Palm Beach Post.