It's been far too long since we've last heard from the folks over at Amy's Baking Company, who were in the spotlight of the most notorious episodes of Kitchen Nightmares last year, garnering Gordon Ramsay's first time being unable to help a joint.
Seriously, if you aren't caught up, it's a wild ride!
Anyway, the Phoenix New Timesnoted that the America's Worst Bosses of 2013 by eBossWatch list was out, and Amy's landed right at #6! They should be happy they aren't #1 after all the media focus, but they're not happy at all — nope!
They even went out of their way to get their employees to record confessionals as to how awesome it is to work there. Like we don't know Amy's signs their checks!
And, naturally, like they have many times in the past, they took to their Facebook page to air their thoughts!
'Well at least we can always count on PHX New Times for NOT getting their facts straight! They forgot to mention that we were investigated by the Department of Labor, and have had No Violations. We never have taken anyone's tips, and we are NOT the employers who are being sued for stealing our servers tips, or forcing them to work without breaks. As a matter of fact our employees love us, and we love them! We are innocent from all of these slanderous rumors. The truth will soon be told, and then the intelligent ones can choose sides. Merry Christmas! And Happy New Year !!! Thank You to all of our Supporters, you guys have been amazing and we love you too! BTW we will be open Christmas Eve and Christmas Day! If anyone is hungry! Meow!'
How was that truth soon told? Like we said, they made their employees record testimonials, along with which was posted this:
'We would like to extend our gratitude to Fox 10 News tonight .We are grateful and Humbled to hear that Kari Lake really liked us! We really liked her and her beautiful family too! So we Ranked #6 out 50 of the Top Worst Bosses of 2013? We believe that to be untrue. You have all been asking for Proof. Here are some videos of our actual employees they don't seemed Bullied or Attacked by us. And yes….they are all real!'
If you wanna listen to all of them, we have them for your viewing pleasure (below)!
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