- Hams Restaurant09.Feb 2016
Culture was make as much as you can pay as little as you can. They value bodies not workers.
Support from management
Most of the mgrs. I worked for were just picking up a paycheck
Nonexistent. Most of them didn't care.
Freedom to work independently
As long as the work got done it didn't matter if 1 person or 6 did it. People always just standing around collecting pay for nothing
Very choosy about promoting from within. It was more about popularity than ability
Overall compensation for your work
No raise in 6 yrs. Always promised but it never happened. No benefits at all
Office / Work Environment
They never replace broken equipment unless it is something mgmnt needs. We never had a fully functional kitchen for the last 2 yrs. I worked there.
Not really an issue for me because I very rarely got more than 25 hrs. a week
No paid vacation
You had a job as long as you were willing to work for peanuts
Lack of upkeep of equipment a definite safety issue
Inclusive / Diverse
They would hire anyone just to have a body where they needed it.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyHams Restaurant
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015