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After a rather gross Golden Corral video went viral, a manager at one of the buffet chain's franchise locations has been fired.
Employee Brandon Huber posted a two-minute video that showed some of the restaurant's practices went completely against protocol. Huber's video showed raw burger patties and baby back ribs, placed on trays right next to the outdoor trash bins behind the restaurant.
"This hamburger meat, look at all these flies, this is disgusting, all this food," Huber said in the video, which he uploaded to YouTube. You can see the video here:
The owners of the Golden Corral franchise in Port Orange, Florida, insist that none of the food shown in the video was ever served to customers. In fact, Huber even helped to dispose of it, the franchisee said in a statement, according to NBC News. "The manager involved in the improper storage was terminated," the statement continued.
With more disgruntled customers and even employees becoming video vigilantes these days, how would you have handled a similar situation affecting your business?
Here are some steps that you may want to consider:
These are just a few potential ways to deal with a situation similar to the Golden Corral video. If things get out of hand, or if you have lingering concerns about any legal issues that may be involved, an experienced business lawyer can sit down with you to help figure out the best way to proceed.
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