One of the Best companies to work for
Baker (Current Employee) – Austin, Texas – January 7, 2015
As THE Baker, I am left alone the majority of the time. I get to listen to my own music, pretty loudly even. If you must be social, or the center of attention, don't apply for this position.
They had me train at another store at first, but I have common sense and good attention to detail, so they let me skip some training and put me to work on my own even before the first week was over.
Training is important to the company. So is keeping their employees happy.
If you don't like to WORK don't apply for Schlotzky's. It's a lot of work, but pay is worth it.
It's food service, if they make you take a break, good for you, don't complain if it's a short break, the more time on the clock, the more money you make.
50% off on break or after shift, 30% off before work or on off days, 401k program immediately, health care benefits after 6 months.
long hours (sometimes a good thing)