Anyone who has ever worked in the customer service industry knows how tough it can be both mentally and physically, even when well-staffed.
That’s why, when two employees at a Texas Denny’s found themselves running the entire restaurant alone, they were struggling to keep up. To make matters worse, a recently-ended concert led to an increase in orders. Thankfully, customers like Sylvia Arredondo and her mom were happy to help out. Find out what happened in a post she shared on Facebook below.
Since Sylvia shared her experience online, so have others who were there helping alongside them. Even those with no experience in the food industry whatsoever were quick to do what they could in order to relieve the stress of these over-worked Denny’s employees.
“We just looked at each other and it wasn’t even a question,” Sylvia said. “We both knew what we had to do.”
Wow, what an unexpected way for customers to rally together to support such underappreciated workers. Thank you, Sylvia, and everyone else who helped out that night!
Don’t forget to share Sylvia’s story to spread word of the kindness that was shown that night.
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