Inconsistent scheduling and poor manager
Barista/bartender (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – April 2, 2017
You will get scheduled for 16 hours one week and 28 the next. Whether or not you get full time and the shifts that you want is entirely dependent on if the manager personally likes you, and has nothing to do with work ethic or seniority. Tips are also crazy inconsistent. Pay is good and benefits are good if you can get full time out of her. The company and the other departments are great, employees are nice and easy to get along with. Food and beverage manager just leaves much to be desired, as this could be a great job. Since working there, I've talked to multiple people that had to get a new job just because she wouldn't accommodate for their scheduling requests.
Good coworkers, good pay, good benefits
Inconsistent scheduling, poor manager