If management had a clue, things might have been better
Breakfast Attendant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – November 13, 2017
Poor communication, poor planning, poor staffing, management refusing to take responsibility. Upper management either doesn’t know or doesn’t care. That being said, our sister location seemed to be doing just fine and did not seem to be experiencing the same issues. The position itself was really quite enjoyable but management wouldn’t take the extra time to ensure anything was running smoothly. When it came to training everyone followed the “figure it out on your own” policy but, when a business is being ran, that type of methodology cannot work and someone has to step up and make a difference. Or at least compensate those who are putting forth the effort so it doesn’t seem to be for naught.
Employee Luncheons, Paid Time Off
Poor Management, Poor Scheduling