It’s the carpark of a major supermarket in Sydney’s CBD, and you’re looking for a manager who can take care of you if you get caught in the worst of it.
It’s an experience that might have left you shaking your head.
As you leave the car shop, a group of four people in suits, each carrying a large briefcase, approach you.
They want to talk to you about your job at the supermarket.
It might seem like an odd group of people, but you’re a manager.
You’re in charge of everything from the shop’s food orders to what’s on the shelves.
But your job isn’t always safe.
You might be at the centre of a car crash or be in the path of a collision, and the people who run the store might be in danger of losing their jobs.
This article first appeared on Business Insider.