Or they could make it 2:30 and put the responsibility on their contractor. Obviously I have no idea the client, but an hour to serve 20 people seems a bit far-fetched. The parking issues certainly are not on the MSC. If you know parking is an issue, why didn't you allow enough time? Was this a rush job with the scheduler just calling you at 1:30? If not, the time frame allowed for 90 minutes. Why couldn't you have left at 12:45 instead of 1:45?
I've always interpreted as I better have a receipt timestamped prior to 2:30 PM, if I want to ensure there are no questions and I'm paid.
if directrions were unclear u should have asked scheduler before doing shop.@ShopWhisperer wrote:
I don't see how I can possibly predict when I will leave. The directions were very unclear and I sat and ordered at a table, but doing the survey they asked about the cashier, so I could have ordered from the window and had it delivered to my table. There were 20 people on that line (I counted) and only one open window. It could easily have taken an hour just to order, then wait for it to be delivered .... who knows? If they want me to leave by 2:30, to be sure they should make the last arrival time 1:30.