Remote Workers in India Will Call You Out for Slacking, Thieves for Stealing From Thousands of Miles Away
A Washington-based surveillance company offers real-time 24/7 monitoring for convenience stores, gas stations, restaurants and hotel chains across the U.S. to help owners prevent theft and shoplifting.
Eye in the sky: Live Eye Surveillance employs workers from Karnal, India to monitor employees and deter any suspicious behaviors within the business for $399 per month, according to Vice News.
The New York Police Department is now investigating the attack on a 27-year-old 7-Eleven employee over the weekend as a possible hate crime.
On April 3, just before 6 a.m., an unidentified man entered the convenience store’s branch at the corner of 8th Avenue and West 39th Street and punched the victim in the face, according to ABC7 New York.
A man’s racist tirade against Asians turned violent when a Facebook user called out his behavior in a 7-Eleven in Queens, New York.
Sungmin Kwon recorded the racially-charged attacks, both verbal and physical, and posted the videos to Facebook, where he was called the racial slur “g**k,” (targetting those from East and Southeast Asian backgrounds), was allegedly generalized with all “filthy” Asians for causing COVID-19 and told that they “don’t belong in this country.”
A Taiwanese man was diagnosed with diabetes after buying coffee every day at a nearby 7-Eleven because he has a crush on a female employee.
The unidentified man shared his story on a popular Taiwanese forum called Dcard on Monday.
A man who claims to hate Muslims is facing multiple charges after punching and throwing a hot cup of coffee at a Sikh clerk of a 7-Eleven store in Marysville, California on Saturday.
The suspect, identified as John Crain, reportedly tried to leave the store without paying, triggering a confrontation.
Pictures and footage circulating on Thailand social media show an incredibly long, 4-foot python chilling in front of a beer cooler at a 7-Eleven branch in Chonburi Province.
The pictures were shared by the Sawangpreteep rescue volunteers on their official Facebook page after responding to a call by the management to contain the large reptile.
Convenience store chain 7-Eleven is hiring a Dream Seven Sweets Ambassador in Japan, and is willing to pay 600,000 yen ($5,600) per month with a total salary of 7.11 million yen ($67,000) a year.
The position is for people who register to 7-Eleven’s mailing list on the company’s website, as well as receive coupons, updates and other company related matters, according to an official post, as translated by SoraNews24.