Ex-worker serves grievance with relish
A FORMER employee has launched a one-man campaign against fast-food giant Burger King. Paul Marsh, of Claydon, catalogues a list of complaints against the company, in a flyer which he has distributed in two Ipswich restaurants.
A FORMER employee has launched a one-man campaign against fast-food giant Burger King.
Paul Marsh, of Claydon, catalogues a list of complaints against the company, in a flyer which he has distributed in two Ipswich restaurants.
The leaflet alleges poor standards, improper pay and poor working practices and goes as far as to say: "If you want to know what it's like behind the scenes – pure hell."
Mr Marsh handed out the flyers in Burger King outlets in Westgate Street and Ransomes Way.
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The 28-year-old worked at a branch on the South Coast more than ten years ago but has only recently come forward to express his feelings.
He said: "Only now after these years can I stand up and say to Burger King that it was totally
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A spokeswoman for Burger King said: "We are at this point unaware of the background of the claims but have launched an internal investigation."
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