I used to work for the fast food restaurant with the mascot of a smiling star who got some fame from the movie Idiocracy. This particular restaurant had a store manager who couldn't hire a good worker worth a damn.
She had a tendency to hire people she knew, or as favors to some of her friends. She would just tell them to, "Just do the online application and tell me when you finished and we can get you all set up."
The problem with this is, she didn't pay attention to what the hiring system told her, she even hired people that were listed as 'unrehirable' from something they've done in other locations. She would never fire anybody unless it came from the higher ups, but the good workers just seem to always be at the wrong place at the wrong time when that happened.
Some things her stellar crew did include: stealing food, taking long, frequent trips to the bathroom, frequent smoke breaks, outright refuse basic cleaning and closing duties, showing up late consistently, forgetting to clock out during lunch breaks, being no call/no shows, always having their phone out, having a long lunch break during a rush, and one was even thought of snorting crack in the bathroom.
All of this should have gotten these snowflakes instantly fired or at least written up, but they would go and whine to the store manager if you tried to call them out on it. I was the acting crew trainer for service employees (though it was no longer a position offered there, the managers just gave up on training them and stuck them with me, but that's a whole 'nother can of worms there), so I got in trouble for training them or even frowning at them.
The worst part about this? She always hired these snowflakes on at rate almost as much as a starting manager, and here I was stuck at minimum wage TRAINING them to do their basic job. I tried becoming a manager and cross trained myself during slow periods or come in off-the-clock to do the computer training programs. But she refused to let me become a manager, or at least reinstate the old crew trainer position with a raise, because of my seizures.
They were extremely rare and mostly happened when I was overly stressed out (normally from a lack of income). I always seemed to stop having these seizures whenever I worked multiple jobs, something that should have happened more in that case. Most of the managers had some serious health issues that wasn't a preventable as mine, including herself.
Near the end, the store manager stopped even acknowledging my existence, not even introducing the new hires I was going to train to me.
I'm happy I don't work for her anymore, but that entire crew ended up being infected just from the store manager.