Good place to work. Needs less production.
Bakery Associate (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – October 14, 2017
I'm an overnight baker and let me say, it gets pretty intense. I don't mind the work but some days it's hard to even sit down and take a break. The past manager I've worked with wanted a lot of production such as overnight baking, sour cream, donuts, and frying tortilla chips. Which do end up as being "shrink". (A loss of product being expired and not bought) because my manager asked for more than what is needed. You do get a floater for some days (an extra person helping out) but most days you are just on your own. You do get overtime pretty often, sometimes they approve of it or they let you get off early which is nice. You would barely deal with customers at night, and if you do, you usually write on cakes for them or get them something off the showcase and that's about it. Overnight people do tend to listen to music which can always help you through the night. Pay is good, you'll move up quickly if you do your best. You get great benefits if you switch to full time. There's good discounts, you get rewarded with food and bonuses which does make me feel greatly appreciated.
Pay weekly. Benefits. Discounts.