- Waba Grill Franchise Corp.15.Dec 2015
The good work is over looked.
Support from management
There are many bosses but out of the 7 managers only 1 was a leader.
As a group for the most part we all worked great together.
Freedom to work independently
As long as you don't have an opinion of your own you will be given lots of work.
Very male oriented
Overall compensation for your work
Benefits are offered and pay is always on time. If you're a male then apply within. If you are a females be ready to make less for the exact same work load as a male.
There is no fair trade with this company. No set rules and regulations. They wing it as it comes.
If the owners actually knew what the employees really thought they wouldn't be too happy but then maybe if they actually cared their employees would be happy.
Not a stable job unless you are management. Positions are eliminated from one day to the next for various reasons. If you have an opinion they don't like it especially if you are a female. If you are the go with the flow type of worker and you do not try to give input about situations that you see need improvement then apply with in.
If you get hurt they will find a reason to fire you to avoid any lawsuits.
Nothing a monkey can't do
Inclusive / Diverse
The company is diverse but males are paid more and treated better oppose to how the females are paid and treated.
Suggestions for improvement
- Listen to your employees. You hired your employee to assist your business grow. Show them you actually care. Show them you appreciate them. If the owners show no sense of urgency for situations then do not expect that from your employees. Be leaders and not just bosses. Lead by example.
What I like about the company
I enjoyed the short commute to work as well as the lunch that was provided to employees 4 days out of the week.
What I dislike about the company
This company is very male oriented. Men make more than the females do for the exact same responsibilities. A female is not respected in the same way that a male employee is. Issues are not addressed in a professional manner and they do not have an open door policy. Issues area avoided as much as possible or passed along to someone else. Rules do not apply to employees. There are 2 sets of rules one for managers and one for regular employees. Employees no longer get holiday pay. If you try to address an issue they will find a way to get rid of you whether by decreasing hours or asking for the employee to resign and then paying off the employee to avoid lawsuits. Nothing is confidential in the office.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyWaba Grill Franchise Corp.
- CityCity of Industry
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015