Family-like Team w/ Opportunites for Advancement
Food Service Leader (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, Mn – March 29, 2013
A typical day depends on the department that you work in. Some of our locations have as many as 7 different profit centers. There are a variety of tasks and familiar and new faces to serve each day.
I have learned more than I can list in this review in the last 12 plus years with BSAW, however, to list a few: confidence, mistakes are ok if you learn from them, team work accomplishes more than being a lone ranger, and dissatisfaction drives change. The companies leadership participates in weekly meeting to learn and develop better leadership skills and techniques. Some of the books that we have studied are John C. Maxwell leadership books, Leading from the Heart by Coach K, a Vince Lomardi book and a lot more.
We have a family-like working atmosphere. We develop relationships and learn to depend on each other and help develop each other.
Sometimes the hardest part of the job is opening ourselves up to learning more and going beyond the our comfort zones. Adversity is often the best teacher, so we are taught to embrace it while enduring it, so can become stronger on the other side of it.
The best part of the job is building relationships both with co-workers and our advocates.
co-workers, flexible schedules, multiple departments, multiple locations, tremendous growth potential
benefits could be better