Cashier and Ovenline (Former Employee) – Mount Kisco, NY – February 16, 2018
Cosi is a very fast pace restaurant. The stuff are friendly and very outgoing. They always make sure sure everyone including the guest are welcome the moment they set foot into our doors. I worked with so many managers for the past 3 years I did learned so much from each one of them. I learned to be more responsible with taking care of catering and my stuff. As well I learned to think very quick when an issue appears and make sure the guest are always happy.
Associate (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – February 16, 2018
I didn't enjoy my time there but who would? I enjoyed the people I worked with except the manager. The food was fine and I usually got free food, which was a bonus. Overall, it was an easy part-time job in college.
Barista (Current Employee) – Plainview, NY – February 2, 2018
I usually work during the lunch time and how busy it can get can be determined by the time of year or weather outside. Some days it can be slow, other days it can be busy. A typical day for me is taking orders and taking the food out to where the customers are seated. Another aspect of my job is that I handle a majority of the catering deliveries. I like this aspect the most because it gets me out into the surrounding communities and Suffolk County and meeting more people.
Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) – Glen Mills, PA – December 17, 2017
The work environment is either too slow or too quick. It was improperly managed. Cleanliness was not a priority. Its been years since I held this job and to this day I still warn people not to eat there and do not eat there myself. Do not recommend.
Unsanitary work conditions, stressful environment.
Head Baker (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 26, 2017
In charge of baking bread for the day. I learned how to deal with customers on every level. management was great. The workplace is clean and neat. their is nothing hard about the job. the A/C is the best part about the job.
Chef/ Cashier/Dishwasher/ Trainer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 14, 2017
I would work oven line. I would come and work lunch rush then spend the other 6 hours cleaning and serving guest and then prepare to close store. The harder you work the more duties you get with no raises or bonuses. It is a good job for a college student with a set schedule.