Cashier, Sandwich maker, and Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Gainesville, Virginia – January 27, 2015
My day would start between ten and noon I would either chop fruit and vegetables or stock shelves with hams and turkeys after they have been glazed. During lunch customers would come in and buy lunch witch mostly consisted of sandwiches, I would either make the sandwiches or take orders from the cash register then bring the food to the customers. At the end of the day we would clean the store by moping, sweeping, and removing trash. The store would close around six at night.
productive and prosperous working environment with great co-workers and management.
Glazer (Current Employee) – Humble, TX – January 18, 2017
This a great Company to work for. The management is very hands on, and your allowed to grow in your job experience. Co-workers are very helpful and goal oriented toward making the Company the best and elite of its kind. The workplace environment is very laid back and employees are encourage to learn as they work, while enjoying the actual work.
Your work hours and days are flexible.
sometimes the hours are only 4 hours for 3 days only.
Seasonal Counter/ Back End worker (Former Employee) – Stockbridge, GA 30281 – January 15, 2017
It is a good place to work, they are kind and understanding people. You stay busy but they make sure you get plenty of breaks during your shift. THE management is decent, but they tend to let their closer friends at the job do the easier work and the others get the grunt work,
It was seasonal job but it was worth it. I worked by myself at the kayos in Bilo store.The Bilo employees was great with me. The hardest part was eating the ham sample. I was selling honey baked ham and turkey for the holidays Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Glazer (Former Employee) – Rocky River, OH – January 10, 2017
Generally fun experience but was never paid the hourly wage I was promised during the interview. The whole time I brought up my issue they would say it will be taken care of and it never was. Then Everytime I asked I was given various excuses that changed every week.
great work place with the chance to learn different skills needed in food service
Cashier/Assistant Manager (Seasonal) (Former Employee) – Springfield, PA – January 8, 2017
a typical day consisted of learning how to use the equipment for spiraling and glazing hams. re-stocking shelves and display cases with food items, greeting and assisting customers with purchases while insuring staff followed company's policy of great customer care.
Christmas Eve at Honey Baked Ham was like black Friday. We had lines coming from everywhere. We were literally busy for 8 hours none stop. I was fun and exciting, yet tiring but I enjoyed my time. During that time I was working 12 hours shifts back to back each and everyday except Christmas Day. I even did it all the way to New Years Day. I actually got to run the store a little by myself.
Commercial sales and new business development (Former Employee) – Ballwin, MO – January 5, 2017
Typical work day is setting up your computer for business. Check your email to see if there are any questions, quotes, or sales to be closed. Do follow up emails and calls. Keep track of the day because time will get away from you.