Depends on what the management isn’t like. If you don’t have strong leadership to begin with it is hard to promote the company’s true culture.
Support from management
Change in management training has produced weaker management team. I feel like I support them more than they support me.
Freedom to work independently
sometimes too independently. Sometimes I feel like I’m drowning with no support.
We’re mostly told when what we need to improve rather than what we do right.
Ive seen many of my male cowrkers recieve more oppurtunities to grow with company with little to no effort.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Very limited for older people. It is very high volume and stressful. Ive seen many older people not last very long.
Have many training modules
Have been more into using products that were previously recycled
I have worked hundreds if not thousands of shift where people don’t show up or are late or simply have no sense of urgency causing me and others to stay longer or come in earlier. It is a normal thing to stay an average of two hours after my scheduled out time.
Well known company
Not setup well for handicaps
It could be both physically and mentally challenging.
Inclusive / Diverse
Has gotten better over the years.
Suggestions for improvement
- Have the managers go through a people skills training. Ive seen many managers on a power trip or just I’ll equip to deal with staff relations.
What I like about the company
I have met many people from all over the company. From CEO’s to just entry level staff. I think it’s really cool that the higher ups are really involved in the company. They are always looking to change and improve their restaurants.
What I dislike about the company
There is such thing as too much change. Pick one thing per season to change and perfect it. The stress of changing things can get very overwhelming even for veterans when done too often.