Glass ceiling with management that plays favorites
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Willis, TX – May 31, 2016
Working at Schlotzsky's started out great, until I took time off for a surgery. When I came back, my GM treated me differently. I was always in trouble for something, and snide comments became frequent. When I was expected to leave my kids home alone and come to work during bad weather (flooding streets), I quit. Of course Schlotzsky's is a franchise. This means that the quality of your management will depend on who the owners hire. In my case, they hired someone who thinks too much of herself. A different owner could hire better GMs that make the work experience good, because the actual job is great. It's stress free and requires little physical lifting or straining. As far as food goes, this is one of the easiest. No fryers or grills to clean, and the menu is pretty limited, so it's not hard to memorize.
very low pay, no healthcare