i really enjoyed this job but weren't allowed to talk
Cashier (Former Employee), Fremont, CA – March 3, 2012
Pros: fun environment if the manager was cooler
Cons: it was like working in a library
This was a great job until the manager started treating us like kids saying the more we talked the slower we worked when really that made us enjoy it even more so we would work faster... she told us no talking unless it happened to be about an order which was rare so at one point the job was just quiet ..........okay -_- and we didnt get free lunch.. – more... it came out of out check!!! – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Pittsburg, CA – May 27, 2013
Pros: having most customers come back and asking for my service.
Cons: no pay raises, no vacation hours.
Id work the busy weekends. Im very good working under pressure. Im a really good hard worker, i know my rights and wrongs. Helping people is my favorite thing to do in life. You learn something new everyday. Working at a Restaurant, helps you learn about foods and preping them. You have to be 100% clean when it comes to food and a restaurant. Customer – more... service is the key to running a business. I strongly believe in and promote customer service. Working as a assistant Manager gave me Experience to running a business. Handling money every night and preparing the nightly bank depoists. Training all the employees in all aspects of the job. I can truthly say that there wasnt any hard part in this job. I was able to control all wrong and good ways of the job. I love all new changelles/adventures. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to meet all customer service needs. – less
Crew Member (Former Employee), Fontana, CA – May 21, 2013
a typical day at work would be normal and relaxed, no big rush, until the manager would arrive with discrimination. I learned how to make pizza and answer phones correctly. The management there is pretty stuck up and could use some serious improvement.
Cashier (Former Employee), Anchorage, AK – May 14, 2013
I liked the co-workers and the management. A typical day at work would be a fun and loving environment. I learned customer service skills and being a team player. The hardest part of the job was going home and the enjoyable part was customers and the co-workers
Supervisor (Current Employee), Suisun City – April 25, 2013
Cons: bad pay; hr doesn't car; bad corp management
Typical day at Round Table for a supervisor is to do literally everything in the store. Supervisors hop around from position to position depending on the need of the store, including everything involving money. When I first started out at Round Table it was a very positive experience. I was incredible optimistic and LOVED Round Table. I arrived to work – more... with loads of energy and didn't want to leave. After our new district manager came (Cliff) and Obamacare happened Round Table became a very depressing place to work. Now employees can't get over 28 hours a week, even supervisors who have been with the company seven years getting under 40 hours per week. Cliff will meet someone one time and decide he wants to promote them or demote them based on literally nothing important. He met our dough roller one time (called in sick a lot, tried to sleep with everyone in the store, fired from all her previous jobs) and decided she deserved a promotion and invited her to Disneyland, not to mention he undermined the store managers decisions if she called him on his personal cell phone number to complain...so unprofessional. He transfers people back and forth without their consent. He walks into places, meets people and pulls raises and pay cuts out of his a s s just because he can. Maybe to undermine the store managers? The amount of responsibility required compared to the 9.25 pay cap for a supervisor is not worth it. No employee discount. Not allowed to do a paid out for even a trash can from the dollar store while other stores can do whatever they want. – less
I was the store manager and I enjoyed the people development part of the job
Store Manager (Former Employee), Camarillo California – April 17, 2013
Pros: free meals, good pay. good benefits
This was a fast paced but enjoyable position. Training employees, customer service, controlling costs were some of the main responsibilities. I was a very hands on Manager and loved working side by side with my team.
cashier/ customer service (Former Employee), Lincoln, CA – March 25, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: low pay and late hours
Fun place to work sometims stressful with customer service. learned about customer service skille and how to make pizza! enjoyable co- workers. Hardest part of job was late hours most enjoyable would be working with friends
cashier (Former Employee), San Leandro, CA – February 28, 2013
Pros: fun, high energy, busy, free food
Cons: minimum wage
A typical day at working at round table can be summed up in one word, BUSY!! But also a lot of fun. I learned to be fast and curtious to customers. I also learned to have good phone ediquet not to rush too much and make sure the customer hears me smilling. My co-workers where great always did their job and we became friends. The hardest part of the – more... job was trying not to gain weight. we could eat whatever we wanted during our breaks for free. the most enjoyable part is when we would bust our butts for customers and they rewarded us with great tips and booked future parties with us becuase they loved our customer service we provided to them. – less