I'm a male, and today was my first day of training at Dunkin Donuts, and after about an hour I was informed that I had to leave or something because I guess my hair somehow interfered with the work? I don't see how but yeah.; I tried to part it up and move it away but it was difficult. After about an hour working there I figured I shouldn't even bother because the positions there are extremely demanding. Your obligated to sweep the floors, make coffee for customers, work the cash register, make food,etc. That's overwhelming, and frankly that's not worth $7 an hour at all. I can work at a clothing department as a cashier and make just about the same money wearing the clothes I normally do and having less work as well. My mom called the manager to try and get me reassigned, but I'm not going back simply because I don't have the strength to uphold so many tasks at once. I thought the position only required me to be a cashier, but of course they stick me with four duties at once. When I first received the phone call telling me that I got the job, the manager told me that the training for CASHIER would start the next day so I don't know how I got stuck with all those duties. Anyway, I'm not going to go cut my hair and change my appearance to fit according to their absurd standards. I just don't feel comfortable wearing my hair back. I don't like it. It exposes my forehead and I personally don't have the best skin so I'm kinda insecure about that. I followed all the trainers instructions and listened and I was polite to everyone so I wasn't let off because of my attitude or anything else you guys can come up with lol. Anyway yeah.. It just felt like too much work. There was just SO many different tools you had to operate in order to provide beverages,food,etc for the customers and I was overwhelmed to say the least.. Just sharing this with you guys..