Crew Member (Former Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY – July 14, 2017
I worked the night crew at DiBellas and my crew members were supportive but management weren't. Favoritism was shown from manager to certain crew members. As far as the sanitation it was inadequate. Most nights were busy but crew members always maintained good customer service and making the customer #1 priority. Overall beyond the behaviors I did gain superior experience.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – February 6, 2017
Dibellas is a very loving environment and I have been able to work with food as well. We make subs and salads , take catering orders , bake fresh cookies as well. I've learned to keep other customers happy with there service
Manager (Former Employee) – Bingham Farms, MI – January 26, 2017
This company does not support its management staff. They micro manage and do not allow you to think. There is zero opportunity for advancement and they are consistently looking for ways to take more and more of your bonus opportunities away. Take this job just if your desperate or if you need to build experience.
Catering Coordinator (Former Employee) – Robinson, Pa – September 22, 2015
Started there as a catering coordinator. I quickly learned this meant beating your car into the dirt for pennies. This company expects you to do a lot for nothing and are not willing to compensate you for your extra work. Claimed to be family oriented with a flexible schedule but that was yet another false claim. Avoid this company. The management is terrible.
Poor management, no compensation for using your own car, inconsistent with rules and regulations
Sub Maker (Current Employee) – Bedford, OH – May 11, 2015
They only gave me 6 hours a week, so It doesn't really feel like I work but, other than the hours I like it. Its very busy, the co-workers are somewhat helpful, the most enjoyable part of the job is making the subs
Assistant Manager in May of 2013 (Current Employee) – Brighton Ny – October 15, 2014
I started as an assistant manager, where I would lead the shift and make sure daily tasks got executed. I would also be in charge of money handling, I would count drawers and safes and do deposits. I then moved into the Cartering aspect of the company where I would go out and prospect to local companies around my location and let them know what we offer trying to build sales. I also make all the party trays and salads and deliver the food to local business.
benefits, good work enviroment
I would have to go in at all hours of the day and night