Sous chef (Former Employee) – Houston – September 5, 2013
My experience with this company is very disappointing because I helped to build the very first account in Houston and was not backed up from management as far as the cooking part, they like to be called chefs but hate to cook and dont come out of the office! Very quick to critique but can't cook asparagus! If you are getting paid as a sous chef that does not include you got to do 3 people job . you are a general manager please don't forget you was a chef first! So the next person you get help him , karma Does not discriminate ! Thank you and I wish you the best!
Prep Cook (Former Employee) – NYC – August 10, 2017
This company is very unorganized from the top to the people below. They dot like to give you breaks. YOu will typically get lunch after working 6 or 7 hours,If you enjoy making low wages and being treated like a slave then this is the company for you!
Food Service Manager (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – June 27, 2017
The company is a great company to work for. The benefits are awesome. It's just a matter of what contract company you work for. Guckenheimer is a contract worker company. Sometimes the contracted company isn't all that great.
Waitstaff/Host/Prep (Former Employee) – Laguna Woods, CA – May 29, 2017
This is by far the best company to work with. Great communication,great associates. Everyone in the company is very understanding and like family. A easy job to work at and excellent and fun place. The best thing i enjoyed about this job was working with the elderly.
Foodservice Manager (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – May 7, 2017
This is a great company to work for if you are just starting out. They have an amazing management training program and you get well trained so when you have your job you know what you are doing. Option to work all over the bay area. The benefits are great. If you want to work in foodservice and only work Monday through Friday this is the company to work for because they do corporate foodservice.
Porter/Server (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 26, 2017
Working as an hourly employee isn't the most glamorous, but the benefits are worth it. The hourly jobs here are really only as place holders if you are seeking something more, especially if you do not feel challenged or have a degree. The benefit of working in this company, depending on the location, you receive free lunch and snacks.
cashier / barista/ front of the house leader (Former Employee) – 1850 Gateway Drive Suite 500 – April 24, 2017
I have been in hospitals for the last 20 years great with customers great customer service work well with others and would love to work for this company I know how to grow in management been in management for the last 10 years
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Napa, CA – April 7, 2017
I not only worked in accounting, but it was also a cafeteria within a large company and I got to work in the actual food prep and service as well. I was a lot of fun serving people you know and it was a nice change from working in the office all day.
Catering Manager (Former Employee) – Foster City, CA – March 29, 2017
Guckenheimer is a company focused on quality food and service. Its great to work with passionate people. There's a lot of growth in the company which means that there is often turbulence in the staffing situation, trying to mix experienced people with new recruits. Great job security and if you want to be appreciated for a job well done this is a great place to do it. They want to hear your ideas
Not a bad company to work for definitely not the best.
Executive Chef (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 20, 2017
I have worked several positions within the company and have found that all positions are very demanding and it is difficult to get everything done within the limited time frame . All in all, there is very little training and there is a lack of communication that compounds issues that occur on a daily basis.