I started at at a location just as it opened so I expected some kinks being worked out. However as months passed the management subjected us to unnecessary trouble. There were 4 stations in a food court environment that were sometimes staffed with only one person each. Indian international workers (whom were students at Clemson) were made to touch beef (their visas depended on employment).
I loved this gob it gave me alot of experience and interaction with a diverse of nationality the reasons I love this job is because they really gave me a chance and just the energy you get from other workers managers and the people you interact with everyday.
Good company to work for if you enjoy being in the food industry.
Very flexible if you need time off for an appointment or family emergency.
A typical day for work starts at 2:00 a.m. preparing sandwiches, salads and various other foods for workers. There's also 2 breakfast shifts that you have to have ready to serve as well. Can be fast paced at times but well worth it. Good job for som
Timgoes by at a faced pace.
Free lunch, paid holidays and work uniform provided.
This place is a joke. If you are not kissing butt, they will get rid of you. Poor management and if you make it to supervisor it's a joke. The pay a joke and the people that work there is a joke. I wouldnt recommended no one to work for this company at the state hospital