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Working in a giant freezer packing meals can be as fun as you make it.
Food Preparer (Current Employee), Scottsdale, ArizonaApril 6, 2014
Pros: good pay to start, nice staff
Cons: working in a freezer for 5 hours
As long as you have cool employee's with you and the manager's aren't leaving early or you've yet to meat them it's a good job.
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My Fit Foods
Sales/Marketing (Current Employee), Sherman Oaks, CAMarch 17, 2014
Pros: building relationships, healthy food to eat, helping people reach goals
Cons: pay
A Typical Day At My Fit Foods. This Company's concept is based on helping people live a healthy lifestyle. What My Fit Foods offer is healthy pre-made meals for any ones convenience. This Includes any meal of the day Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Snacks. What i do working front of the house would be to explain to people the concept and the health benefits – more... and nutrition facts of the food. Usually driving people that want help maintaing health goals to get on a program My Fit Foods offers for people to lose weight, maintain body mass, gain muscle, etc. Sales is a big part of my job because of course we want to get people to buy food and do our program but also building relationships with clients is very much important also. I also do any street marketing by going around to gyms or businesses to inform them about the concept of my fit foods.

Key Holder: Me being a key holder as well i open and close the store, close down registers, send off emails at the end of the night to corporate. Also entering information into excel through out the day. – less
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Fun Place to work
Supervisor/ Trainer (Former Employee), TexasFebruary 27, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: mandatory overtime
A typical day include getting orders and delivering them by the end of the day.
Management put in 100%
Co-workers were extremely fun and made the place lively
Most enjoyable part of the job was having all orders delivered as asked and on time.
Hardest part of the job was when the order numbers were wrongand we had to go through all of them from the – more... beginning – less
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Awesome job just not enough advancement opportunities
Labeler/ Driver/ Food prep/ Sales (Former Employee), San Antonio, TexasJanuary 14, 2014
Pros: free lunches
My day would consist of loading meals into the vans, delivering meals to koisk ad retail stores, and then returning to the kitchen, and helping with either kitchen prep or sales.
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Only want the money....
General Manager (Former Employee), Southlake, TXJanuary 13, 2014
My fit foods is doing an amazing thing. The food they supply to help clients lose weight is good stuff! But in my time there I felt upper management only cared about hitting numbers and not actually helping these people. When I first started there I fell in love with the passion to help others become healthy but the longer I was there the more "corporate" – more... My fit became. It became so stressful. They don't care how much weight you lose just as long as you put down that $1500 deposit each month. – less
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sorry management
customer service (Former Employee), Austin, TXDecember 22, 2013
Cons: sorry management
You give this company everything you have & it's still not good enough for them. They have management issues for a reason, they promote the people who do the bare minimum if that & expect the rest of the team to pick up their slack because they're "management". Gkm is a freaking joke, horrible company to work for, they appreciate nothing & expect everything. – more... There is extreme favoritism in this sorry company, best workers leave for a reason AVOID at all costs. – less
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Great company to invest in
General Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TXOctober 22, 2013
After a year of being employed they will offer you a part of the company
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fun place to work
Portion/ Prep Cook (Current Employee), Houston, TXJuly 18, 2013
Great place to learn how to eat healthy. Friendly co-workers.
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Fare place to work
Store Manager (Former Employee), Meridian, IDJuly 4, 2013
I loved the people I worked with and the early shifts.Business closed.. being on unemployment is not fun.
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It's changing for the worst
Management (Current Employee), Austin, TxMay 22, 2013
Pros: 50% discount on food & a free shirt at hire.
Cons: you will be miserable.
Pay is being cut, hours are cut to under 20/wk for full-time employees, and the environment has become money-grubbing instead of helping people be healthy and happy. It will become a toxic environment and you will want to run for the hills! Turnover rate is extremely high for a reason. Management works uncompensated overtime weekly, and you will be – more... pounded to drive sales without any positive reinforcement on your efforts or man-power to do so...they don't give you commission either. Your life has no importance to them. They give you no tools to succeed except more email recaps, numbers, and written assignments. Senior management is lacking leadership and business knowledge. If you want to work for a scatterbrained corporation that is no longer profiting, this is the place for you. – less
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Make sure you work for the corporate side not a franchise!
ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee), Dallas, TXMay 1, 2013
Pros: hours
Cons: pay, advancement
unorganized, no chance to move ahead unless you are best friends with the owner
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Fun and Laid Back
Front of House (Former Employee), Houston, TXMarch 26, 2013
Pros: free meals, good pay
Cons: no breaks
Really relaxed environment, a little too laid back for my taste. Management was alright, a lot of people got away with things like being late and actually not even showing up. some things were done very unprofessionally,
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Growing Retail company with focus on nutrition
Nutrition Consultant (Current Employee), Austin, TXFebruary 6, 2013
Pros: work in nutrition and coworkers
Cons: all day shifts (10-8) and retail
Typical day at work consist of nutrition consultations, employee nutrition education, marketing plans, creating meal plans, follow up with clients, daily recaps, suggestive sales of products, and retail floor work in down time.

The biggest take away fro this job is sales and marketing, as I have my degree in nutrition. The sales and marketing aspect – more... was new to me when I started.

My coworkers are some of the hardest working people I know and I enjoy working with them on a daily basis.

The most enjoyable part of the job is watching my clients succeed and get healthier.

Honeslty the hardest part of the job is keeping focus on sales and revenue in while still sincerely helping my clients to their goals. – less
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high energy environment with close family values
Lead Cook/Trainer (Former Employee), Southlake, TXJanuary 31, 2013
Pros: great food, excelent atmosphere, very dependable team
Cons: ending of my shift
My Fit Foods is a very exciting place to work. The crew there is very coperative and very accepting in positive leadership. I was the lead night cook and kitchen trainer where any typical night I would come in about 30 minets before my shift to prep ingediants for the day crew and then start my duties for the night shift. The type of cooking I was responsible – more... for was specilized in the sense of caloire control and and bulk preperation and distribution. The recipies are very specific and taloured to the people who are health conscious and either need or desire a more nutritious alternitive to their diets. My coworkers I respect very much and consider them not unlike a second family, they work very hard and it was a blast working with them. The best part of My Fit Foods was working, very rewarding, every day when my shift was over me and my crew were always reluctant to go home. The hardest part of that job would have been being let go because the managment there is exceptional and always considerate of the teams needs without sacrifing resonsibility to our goals. – less
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Great place to work Learning and Advancment are key in this company
Food Production Leader (Current Employee), Houston, TXNovember 27, 2012
Pros: free meals, 50% of merchandise health benefits, vision, dental and paid vacation time
Cons: drama, long hours, short hours
My Fit Foods loves peaple that are ready to hlep people achive healthy goals eat right and be physically active. There is plenty of room to grow and advance in the company if your willing to work for it. The only down side is its kinda drama filled like high school sometimes and slackers can put more work load on those who actually work
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Good Team player atmosphere
Front of House (Sales) (Current Employee), Houston, TXNovember 17, 2012
Wonderful and talented employees from all walks of life;
Continuous learning opportunities;
Fair pay for being retail; and
Great benefits.
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Initial impressions sealed the deal
Nutritional Consultant (Former Employee), Houston, TXOctober 6, 2012
Pros: food and merchandise discount, leadership training and experience, benefits and the opportunity to advance quickly.
Cons: a possible con is you may have to work a long night here or there.
My initial experience with this company made me a believer and I "bought in". My management team was hard to beat and I enjoyed every minute.
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Myfitfoods ok at first but changed after the first year
Manager (Former Employee), Friendswood, TXJuly 23, 2012
Pros: free food
Cons: do alot of traveling without being compensated
I loved working here for the first year and half but after that it was down hill
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Young Energetic Company Growing Quickly
Nutritional Consultant (Current Employee), Dallas, TexasFebruary 24, 2012
Pros: great reward in watching clients' success, 50% employee discount, quick advancement in many cases
Cons: no paid holidays for the hourly, little pto for salaried employees, salaried employees work 5-10 hrs over schedule
My Fit Foods is changing the face of fast food. The company is based on the concept that meals can be fresh, healthy, properly portioned, convenient and delicious. They are changing people's lives one meal at a time. Watching the success of people improving their health is worth all the hard work that MFF employees put in. MFF is on the verge of an – more... explosive growth phase and is only bringing in individuals that will be leaders and are willing to dedicate themselves to this growth. – less