Associate (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – November 10, 2018
This job likes to have people who have only worked there for a week train people who just started, so don't expect to understand what's going on within your first month+ of working there. Also, don't expect feedback more than a five minute review every 6 months, if they even remember to do that. More so, the managers are always fighting with each other and not taking responsibility.
Expect to work a LOT as in potentially 8am-11pm, with maybe an hour break if they can spare it. They frequently forgot to give breaks at all.
However, when things went well it was pretty fun to work there as the other staff are generally nice.
No benefits, little pay, no job advancement, supervisors are unorganized and kind of mean most of the time, you really don't feel that cared about.
GM Manager (Current Employee) – Florence, KY – November 7, 2018
Opening the store at 8 a.m. getting police started on prepping items that need to be done with a prep chart counting down drawers so I can emails and Counting safe plus getting daily paperwork and cleaning charts ready for the day where is the start of my morning after that I look to see who all is going to be working for that shift and plan ahead and put them in position where they know where they're going once plugged in I'm finished with my manager duties I start helping with prep, open restaurants 1030am, and the fun begins!!! During our he busy times I do Expo for the kitchen to make sure food goes out correct. I remember you in the morning is worried that I like for the next day the restock everything make sure cleaning is done close the restaurant down countdown all yours recount safe check emails and Catering again and can always find something else to do other than going home most of the time if my children are not there I dedicate myself to any place that I'm at I love the restaurant business I think sometimes people say I'm crazy for that but I do
Love the work can I do also the employees that are there, getting to speak with all the customers as well
Regional Manager was not communicating at all with the store, also the employees are treated horribly along with the management
General Manager (Former Employee) – Cape Girardeau, MO – October 30, 2018
*Complete inventory, meet and greet customers and producing a great product.
*Create a good product and treat peaple with respect they will return.
*Managment place a major part in the growth of the business as we as the individual.
*Work place culture should be happy, productive and clean as you go.
*Long hours can be difficult (50 hrs or more ) per week
*Enjoyable parts of the job is to see young people transition in to hard working, productive and honest employees and with the understanding that rules must be follwed to ensure fair and proper treatment to all.
Associate (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – October 29, 2018
The associates who worked there before me were not the nicest when teaching me the duties. I never had a welcoming experience when I first began working there or when I arrived for my shift. It was difficult to have enthusiasm when going to work because it was not a positive environment.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Pharr,Texas – October 23, 2018
Never would have thought this company was like this, and is honestly the worst to work for unless you like to work with immature people and managers. They blame people for things and then treat others differently for the same situations. Favoritism is big.
50% off food and guests are nice.
Favoritism and lack of hours for people who aren’t wanted there
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – October 23, 2018
I was unfortunate enough to hire on with a llc that was running a Fazolis franchise. I had problems with an assistant manager but was unable to remove him because the franchise manager wasn’t willing to replace him. I also wasn’t being paid what I was told I would be paid.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Elkhart, IN – October 17, 2018
I try to excel in any type of environment but Fazolis definitely was a challenge. They painted a very beautiful picture which caused me to accept the job but the lack of policy, procedure, support, and teamwork makes a hostile work environment.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Carbondale, IL – October 17, 2018
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Drive Thru Cashier (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 5, 2018
The management is horrible, as well as corporate. You are underpaid and over worked. Wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone. Raises are given to those that the managers like, not who deserve it. No breaks are given unless you’re working a double. It’s nasty, nothing is cleaned. They’re very apathetic about their employees.