01-04-2017, 11:52 AM
That is just being lazy himself, why should somebody do something they shouldn't be doing, unless they want to actually do that. Okay their employed, but really that is just getting employed people to do tasks they probably don't want to do.
Who ever used the cup or dish should clean it themselves, when I was a volunteer in a charity shop, I was told one volunteer was told to clean some plates when he wasn't the one that used them, that was just exploiting unemployed people on welfare, that is taking the piss. No money for that, forget people like that. The people who made the mess should of cleaned that up, that isn't anyone volunteers job, voluntary or involuntary, sadly the management has to do it since they work there.
Or the time, when a few volunteers were cleaning the rubbish out back, I had to do this myself, and one guy was complaining like he was to good to do it, which I can't really fault someone for that, I thought the management wasn't right about that, that was just exploiting. Obviously this was volunteering, not paid employment, but either way I don't think getting people to do tasks just because the management doesn't want to themselves is wrong at times.