Food Service Workers do not receive enough credit. Working in restaurants, coffee shops, and lunchrooms provide a strong foundation of skills that will help you excel in your career goals. Here are just a few benefits of working in Food Service:
1. Cash from Tips
Many food service workers receive tips for their service. Those who work at sit-down restaurants, take orders and deliver food to tables generally make more from tips than those at... see more
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Don't! They do not care about the employees! Worst company I ever worked for!
My name is Shana i am 54 years old and i am a baker and confectioner for 20years .I am a pastry chef for 10 years.I will never give up looking.I am prepared to work as a cleaner anything at this stage.
Don't...if u need ur job to pay bills. I never got enough hours. Besides that and a few power tripping ppl. It was great. loved most of co- workers and loved the customers.
Not asking for a leave when I left on emergency
You must be committed and use your Will power.
Dont do it find another company to work for
That's kinda hard to say. I love working in shoe repair. But I also enjoyed the crew I was working with. The pay wasn't bad either.
They are a very good company to work fore. Only full time workers wanted are the bosses. All of the rest need to be only part time. That part is the hard part. Go to school. Don't do what I did. You are young and you can do it. Make something of yourself. Please.