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Poor Yelp reviews — and not retaliation — are why this rude restaurant hostess got fired

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The hostess at an Asian-American restaurant in Chicago, Illinois, was employed in that role for about two years.

Two years the restaurant probably wishes it could have back.

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals noted that the owners and general manager observed that the hostess was impatient with guests, gave curt responses, avoided eye contact, and answered the phone without an appropriate greeting on numerous occasions, which often required intervention. She refused to properly notify the restaurant of her scheduling availability and preferences, stored personal items in the host stand, and used personal electronic devices in front of guests. Once,

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