We have a lot of old folks in our area, so she learned that sitting them right under an A/C vent was rarely a good idea because of how easily they got cold.
My daughter Savvy entered the workforce at the best possible time, it seems. Only a few months ago she turned 16, got a car, and quickly found a job in the food service industry. They made her a hostess, and paid her minimum wage plus tips. For a first job, it was a good one, and Savvy adapted to the work environment remarkably quickly. It didn’t take long before she outgrew the place, and moved to a better restaurant and that’s when the real money started coming in. One of the tricks Savvy learned was to check the different zones of the climate control system to find any temperature differences. If she knows where all the air vents are, then she can direct certain people to places that are warmer or cooler depending on their needs. We have a lot of old folks in our area, so she learned that sitting them right under an A/C vent was rarely a good idea because of how easily they got cold. On the other hand, younger people coming in on their lunch break didn’t like too much heating so she would seat them far away from the windows, which were the warmest area in the dining room. Of course it works both ways, so when there are repeat customers who are rude or don’t tip well, she will sit them in a temperature zone where they will be the least comfortable. She is kind of salty sometimes, but I absolutely love how she is using the HVAC system for her own purposes.
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