Good Move for a Popular Restaurant

I was sitting in a local restaurant on Monday. It is a well-known chain and a weekly stop for me. I was expecting a predictable day where I would sit, eat, and leave. I am about to commend this franchisee for a move that blessed my heart. Sadly, there are those who would criticize this move.

When I walked in, I noticed a man young who works there. He seemed a bit insecure as he walked around the dining area to see what needed attention. As he was sweeping, he stopped to talk to me. The conversation was a bit awkward as he began talking about my phone. I could sense that he may have had a learning disability. We discussed cell phones, and he continued to work. He came back later and offered to take my trash.

As he walked away, I thought about how many businesses would discriminate because of his condition. This company hired him to do something that was needed. He engaged the customers to the best of his ability and blessed my heart in the process.

It bothers me that some people may have considered him a nuisance and would complain to management. People can be cruel. I will not call out the restaurant by name, but I will say that I appreciate them giving this young man a chance to make a contribution where needed.

3 thoughts on “Good Move for a Popular Restaurant

  1. I really liked this post, and things like this have happened to me before. It always makes me think. Any of us could have been born different like that young man, and I truly do believe he was trying the best he knew to provide great customer service. Thanks for a great reminder.

  2. My husband and I were at an event today where the nicest young man helped us find the place we needed to locate. He had a learning disability but he was the kindest and most knowledgable young man. We appreciated his help and were very thankful for him.

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