BAR worker Tom Logan has not even bothered to ask his boss whether his new job pays more than the legal minimum wage.
After completing a four-hour unpaid introductory training session, Logan said he could not be bothered to clarify his pay rate.
He said: “In the current work climate, the only question I ask is whether I’m going to be getting a wage at all.
“If the answer is ‘yes’ or ‘almost definitely’, I just leave it at that.”
Bar owner, Martin Bishop said: “Of course I don’t mind people asking about their hourly rate, but only after they’ve been here at least eight months. Before that I consider it an act of insubordination bordering on deep emotional betrayal.
“I mean, I’ve rescued these people from the gutter and given them their own cloth.”