Questions and Answers about Chartwells

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How are the working hours?


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Working hours were great

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - LaGrange, GA

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Flexible. 4 hour shifts available, as well as 6.5-8 hour shifts.

Answered - Food Service Lead (Current Employee) - Carleton, MI

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Good woring hours

Answered - Manager Food Service (Current Employee) - Panama City, FL

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I liked the hours and the days I worked m-f evenings

Answered - Prep Cook(former Supervisor 2011) (Current Employee) - Plattsburgh, NY

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The working hours are wonderful and there
is always something to do.

Answered - Cashier/ food service (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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Working hours are not bad just need more to support my family

Answered - Transporter (Current Employee) - Galveston, TX

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Hours are everywhere. I never had a set schedule.

Answered - Catering Assistant (Former Employee) - washburn university in topeka kansas

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Very early mornings, which were not my thing.

Answered - Cashier, Food Service Worker (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Most employees ger around 32-34 hours per week. The hours are distributed in an unfair manner in my opinion.

Answered - Supervisor/Manager (Current Employee) - Louisburg, NC

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Working hours depend on location of venue, profitability of venue, specific job. Chartwell's is not shy about doing what it must to maximize productivity while keeping hours at minimums. They are a "waste not" company.


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