Me too, I'm dying for a wet, greasy, & sloppy pepperoni & sausage pizza, it has been 4 months, and A LOT of exploring. I'm STILL turning up empty handed. From my own researches, the last place that served a pepperoni pizza was Pizza Hut, and that chain left Argentina in 1998... Other than that, I could also live with a Sicillian style pizza, which I've had 2 weeks ago in Montevideo. If you guys know of any, in BA please let me know. I'm not going back to visit the States until Christmas and even though the food is great here, I'd like to know about the alternatives that are out there."DA" said:Where can I get good New York style Pizza Here in BA?
Note to self: DON'T HIRE ARGENTINES!"Stanexpat" said:Work attitudes aren't the best either with a lot of the employees feeling they are doing you a favor if they show-up for work.
If you decide to get rid of somebody it can be very difficult. I have a Argentine friend who tried to fire an employee that worked in his business. His complaint was that the employee was only showing up about three days a week and when he did come to work he was drunk. This guy had to hire a lawyer and spent almost a week of his time in court. He lost the case, the court ruled not showing up and being drunk on the job were not sufficient grounds for terminating the employee.
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