Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 1, 2014
typical day would be taking a cart full of trays and making our way the through the hospital as fast and efficiently as possible, to patients, guests, and employees. roll silverware and garnish placemats in downtime while we are waiting for trays or helping out in other areas of the kitchen. on the tray line, the day went very fast because there were always tickets coming through. I would place cold items, condiments and silverware on each tray according to tickets. sometimes I would end up putting the whole tray together myself because everyone else would be busy running trays to rooms.
Pay is lowest in area for this type of job. They offer very little benefits. Their medical benefits are terrible. They are the worst I have ever seen. They don't give raises and overall are the worst place I ever worked.
health benefits, no raises, schedules suck, no holiday pay unless you work the holiday. terrible management skills, favoritism.
Receptionist/Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Boardman, OH – October 15, 2012
A typical day includes answering the phone and quality customer service. I have learned there is alot to running a chocolate factory. Management as well as co workers are a great group of people. I enjoy every aspect of the job. And though it may be hard to believe people do get people to get testy about their candy, but it is a great place and environment.
factory worker (Former Employee) – latrobe, pa – October 10, 2012
I am 20 and an Army reservist. I was fired after coming back from drill for not having the proper paperwork. Being new to this military/civilian thing, I called my Army Sgt. who offered to talk to Human Resources, in which the lady refused to talk to him. I was in shock. She was refusing to talk to an Army Sgt.! I tried to get the proper paperwork and thought I did, but was still fired! And to think I could be called to the middle East to fight for this lady's rights when she has NO respect for me or the Army. Shame on her an the company. Stay away from them and find a better patriotic company!
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – June 10, 2012
There is a postive environment, you can ask anyone for help or to explain something. Even when something goes wrong with a stop, we are confident in working it out together as a team. There is always a solution to a problem. Management doors are always open. Being inexperienced at my new job. Things are always hard until we learn them, and that takes time, but time can/will make you frustrated. When I either help a customer with a delivery problem or come up with a earier way of logging data that helps things run smoother.
i like my hours; not too early, not too late (10:00am -7:00pm)