And, to make matters worse, the people who own the place are Korean and speak very, very poor English. So, the employees and the employers have a hard time communicating. Which is a problem, considering my next issue:
During the 'interview', they didn't ask me anything and they didn't tell me anything. I really didn't get a chance to even ask THEM questions before I was told I had the job and left to go home. I filled out an application and a contract, but I didn't leave my SIN# (social insurance number), and I don't know who in the heck I have to talk to tomorrow about that so I can start getting paid, or whether I WILL be able to talk to them at all without a massive language barrier. I don't even know if they will ask me about it - they seem honestly, that disorganized there. So...will I even get paid? Will it be that ridiculous? Will they even remember I was supposed to work there (they seemed to have forgotten when I went in for the interview - it took several minutes to convince the supervisor that they had called me and told me to come in).
I don't want to make any judgements when I haven't even worked one shift, but I am scared and nervous, and I feel like I can't let anyone know just how terrified I am. What do I do tomorrow? Are my nerves common? Words of encouragement are what I need.
And it's really late, so sorry if it's jumbled and hard to understand.