An employee at this Jack in the Box location in Inglewood has had frequent interactions with violent customers who have thrown food and a cash register at her and her coworkers. Customers have also shattered glass windows, and on one occasion jumped behind the counter and physically assaulted her coworkers. When the employee spoke with a manager after one violent incident, the manager said the worker shouldn’t pay attention to customers like that because they could, “come inside and try to do something to you.” The manager was effectively admitting that violence is a recurring threat in the store — and that management has no plan to deal with that threat besides ignoring it.