Food Preparation Worker, Edgerton, WI - April 4, 2017
As a "Lunch lady" working for TAHER the pay was comparable to what the school paid prior to the school hiring TAHER to take over. What I lost were sick days and vacation days. If you're sick or need a day off TAHER gives you demerits. Which is pointless because it's not like they'll fire you when they are usually short staffed anyway. It was nice having the summer off and the no school days off but that also means you don't get paid. The most hours I could work as a food prep were 25 per week. The cooks got full time hours and health insurance but it was so expensive thus cost prohibitive. Once I lowered my expectations for happiness I was ok. Get used to doing more with less and working hard non stop. It does make the day go fast! It's all in the presentation with TAHER same basic food just put in pretty, wasteful, expensive containers with lots of signage/posters.