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While in the beginning it was a high paced and fun place to work, it got worse, sadly the management team was very unfair, it was hard to work with and they did not give equal opportunities. While the work was great, and I learned more then I have ever have, it was the people who made every day hard and difficult to do the things that needed to be done.
They were unprofessional...I tried to teach what I knew...they accused me of stealing...they made me work harder..I was stuck at the same pay rate for 3 years...even after telling me I would get a dollar raise every year...I was training and teaching new people like management Roles...but still haven't gotten a pay raised..I was loyal And stressed...tgen home start getting in the way...due to them over keeping us after promised time
Management is expected to dedicate their lives to the job. When you need time off for illness it is next to impossible. Didn't get to take vacation time for over 2 years
60 plus hour weeks for salaried manager
I enjoyed working for the company both for the people i worked for and tbe type of work i was doing. It game me numerous experiences and opportunity to meet and network with great people. I had the honor of working a superbowl.
Started off with no direction or training from GM. GM did not communicate well. I was informed by the GM I would be driving a route maybe four times a year, was more like every other week. Very negative culture, a lot of people had issues with the ethics being directed down from corporate. Management only knows how to motivate through fear. No one has time to train you, expected to just figure it out.
Free coffee and water
No direction on whats to be expected until they want it today, poor ethics, poor communication internally, job description was not accurate to what was asked of me.
I worked in the kitchen where ever I was needed that day. I usually found some prep work to start the day. For example, I might count out some loaves of bread for a project that day. Or maybe get some product out of the freezer to thaw. There was a list on the board of the menus for the day and who would work where. I learned so much about a professional kitchen! This was a teaching kitchen. I really got to work on my knife skills! I worked with some really talented chefs! Some times the hours were long but it was always exciting to be at the stadium.
I really learned a lot!
Not the greatest pay.
Working here was interesting getting a chance to get a better grip on catering. We catered to the Viking and the Gophers football teams, and the college hockey and basketball teams. We also catered to the sponsors of the teams themselves. We did many concerts in the time I was there as well.
No real chance for professional growth
It's better lower down than upper management. It's just frustrating when you have your boss yelling at you because their boss is making them stressed. It's like that a lot of places, but it doesn't make it any better here.
If you like working 10+ hours a day, without a break, this is the place for you. You can advance but your family/home life could suffer because of all the hours that you have to put in here You learn a lot of different management skills and techniques that will help you at either a later job or when you move up the 'chain' They really low-ball you on the pay skill--if you think you're making good money, you aren't because the people that you are managing make more money than you
Horrible hours, long days