Cashier, Sandwich maker, and Dishwasher (Former Employee), Gainesville, Virginia – January 27, 2015
Pros: consistent task and comfortable work environment
Cons: low pay
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 – more... 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. – less
Store Manager (Current Employee), Miami, FL – June 18, 2015
Do always the right thing and treat customer with respect and honesty Ability to make things happen, have energy and integrity to all the customers As well as value core of this company. Always stay positive and be empathetic Be a team player and have fun.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee), Carrollton GA – June 11, 2015
My daily requirement as a customer service rep consist of handling a high volume of income and outgoing calls. When taking order agent have to promote seasonal items to customers. Agent have to provide – more... assistant to customers that are not sure of what to order or how much.
The hardest part of this job is to keep customer common when a problem occur. Honeybaked agents have to assure the customers that we take pride in keep our customers happy.
The management at Honeybaked has been the same for the thirteen year I have been there. They offer incentive to motivate the agent to work hard. – less
Team Member (Current Employee), College Park, GA – May 20, 2015
A typical day at work includes making sandwiches, presenting hams and turkey breasts and most importantly involves always being ready. There will be times when there is no one in line and in a couple of minutes a crowd could appear. There is no hard part about the job; the most challenging part though would be remaining calm when the line gets backed up or if there is a lot going on.
Key Holder (Current Employee), Troy, MI – May 9, 2015
In a typical day at work I would come in at 9 am and we would prepare for all the catering we had during the day. After this we would open the doors at 10 am and we would serve customers. I learned how – more... to communicate with customers on a one-on-one basis and how to connect with them. My co-workers were all very nice and we got along very well. I enjoyed the people I worked with. The most enjoyable part of this job was being able to make friends with my co-workers and making the work place an enjoyable place to be rather than dreading work everyday. The hardest part of the job would have to be the work load when a bunch of people would call in last minute wanting deliveries and we had to run around getting everything ready. Working here was an amazing experience. – less
Sandwich Artist (Former Employee), Oxford, AL – March 23, 2015
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no benefits, no career advancements
There was no chance for advancement in this job because there was only one manager in the store. They care about their employees. Every year at Christmas and Thanksgiving they would give us a little extra something just as a thank you. There was a lot of down time but during lunch time it was busy and time flew by.
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee), Wilmington, Nc – February 14, 2015
Through this job I learned how to provide customer service to different types of individuals. It was not an exciting job at no means but through the two years of staying with the company, I felt a sense – more... of family and belonging. I formed some of the closest bonds with my coworkers there and also some of the customers. It taught me how to have loyalty to a company even when it becomes mundane. As a young college student working with the same people for two years is not always ideal, but what was ideal was finding a family away from home. Though there would be hard days and awful customers, you learn how to alter your reaction and help the customer leave with a better day. It was a perfect job for a college student. – less
A typical day at work would include selling ham and turkey for the holidays, as well as dipping sauces. It was a kiosk setup but business was going well until employees and managers started taking product for themselves and friends; Also scheduling was tough due to my manager hardly answering the phone. Overall, good business with family based demographic.
Sales Associate/Cashier (Current Employee), 8228 E 61st st tulsa ok 74133 – January 26, 2015
Pros: i have amazing coworkers
Cons: the pay and the hours are not the best
I enjoy working for HoneyBaked ham. My coworkers are like family to me. A typical day at Honeybaked varies. Most days we prep and deliver catering, Make sure we have everything stocked, cater to people who come to the café for lunch. During the holidays it gets a little insane but I enjoy those times more than anything because I enjoy to be kept busy
Seasonal Customer Service Rep (Former Employee), Buford, GA – December 19, 2014
I enjoyed working here. That is due to the amazing management team and working with many friends, as well as making many others on the seasonal team. Although trying to sell anything to anyone during the – more... holidays is hardly enjoyable, the games and people that I were surrounded by made the job worth it. I know she is not there anymore, but my supervisor, Denise, would make us do games to win different types of prizes. One perk of the job was that we got a free ham or turkey at the end of the two weeks for working the holiday shifts. If you returned multiple times, sometimes you got more than that!! – less