Pros: pcg hospitality group, inc - none; round table pizza corporate - stock options
Cons: pcg hospitality group, inc - to many to list; round table pizza corporate - none
Round Table Corporate sold all 23 Southern California Round Table on March 28th, 2013 to PCG Hospitality Group, INC.
While working for both companies I was responsible on a daily basis for:
Marketing (B2B, B2C, and Four Wall Marketing)
I made sure the store was ready for business daily (Prep, Bank Deposits, and Cleanliness of the Store)
Coupon Audits and Cash Audits (Daily)
Repair and Maintenance
Order taking (On Phone or at Cash Terminals)
Ensure the night shift was ready for business.
Inventory (Weekly and Monthly), Food Ordering (Twice a week), Receiving (All Week Long).
The Hardest Part of work was the low staffing from restrictions from the Area Manager, this led to poor customer satisfaction and a decrease in sales. There prices are way to expensive for the service given. Also, not being aloud to call PCG's office.
The best part of working the job were the employees and customers. Seeing the regular people who come every week with smiles on there faces and seeing your team succeed. I always see this family weekly from the time the wife was pregnant to there daughter who was 5, this made our employees and customers relation more a family than a person just coming in to eat.