Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Branchburg, NJ – August 12, 2018
Flik is a very busy place to work. I have learned about how to cook and prep. The facility is brand new and all equipment is in great shape. In the summer it is not as busy then fall, winter and spring.
Assistant Sous-Chef (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 31, 2018
working as a team was important at flik, the management team was great any problems you had they would fix. there wasn't any hard parts about the job. i learned a lot about cooking at flik, one of the good parts was that evey day you had something new in regards of different foods from different cultures
Head Cashier/Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 27, 2018
A typical work day was busy, i learned customer service skills, and clerical skills etc., the management team were my mentors throughout my growth, The workplace culture was diversified, the most enjoyable part of the job is that we all worked good as a to make sure the business continue to make the customers happy
There were ups and downs but in the end it was just an average job. Nothing too bad or overly good happened. There were benefits, though mine went unused. There was free lunch available but you couldn't go over a certain amount of money per day. However, it was difficult to go over the limit set.
Cashier/Cook (Current Employee) – North Smithfield, RI – July 12, 2018
It can be a fantastic job to work at . . . provided the management works with their employees, and doesn't get duped by brown-nosers. Sadly, this is not always the case, as with any job. When I first started, the level of professionalism was high, morale was fantastic, and the work-load was hard with the workers working hard. Now, favoritism runs rampant, morale is crushed, cliques are forming, and despite a smoother workload, workers seem to be getting less done. Hard workers get tasked with impossible standards, while favorites are allowed to get away with murder.
Free lunches, paid breaks, paid sick days, good hours, "Flik Bucks" reward program
Toxic social environment, ineffectual management, lazy workers, poor worker recognition, double-standards, and heavier work-load with diminished allowance of time to work
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 5, 2018
working for Flik international as a administrative assistant was a fun easy going job, it consist of being organized and focus to details, and supervising wait staff and ensuring all orders are on time. It was fast pace at time. Working as a team player is very necessary in order to ensure meeting and events where prepared on time to keep clients happy, which is the main goal.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 28, 2018
the work environment always felt good and safe while my time with flick . while in flik I learn about many foods and the culture behind them, that was the hardest part of the job keeping up the the different varieties of foods but also the most enjoyable part ! The management weren't always fair constantly picking favorites and talking to employees poorly
Head Cook (Current Employee) – Albany, GA – June 21, 2018
Working for Flik was a great opportunity to display my talents as a chef. I have learned that I can keep expanding my creativity and create enjoyable meals. I worked well with management. The hardest part of the job was that it wasn't a year round job. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to realize my creativity.
Team Lead\Sous Chef (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 8, 2018
The values of the company are only on paper and not lived.
The value for the employees is none Existet if you're not liked then you will get nothing but the short end of their stick. Ask too many questions and you looked at as uneducated. Don't know how to do something or make any type of mistake then your not good enough for the job. The fake it to you make it saying is very strong and live by with this company.
Caterer (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 27, 2018
nice place to work but they r cheap they don't want to pay ur worth. you have to put in a lot of hours in order to get a nice pay check. I like the job but they other non flick bosses dictate how they run catering.
Lead server (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 16, 2018
awesome place to grow, i lerned so many different responsiblities here, i met so many people . people that new how to perfrom well , and people who had poor performance . i learned to manage it ALL HERE
Company Store Manager / Café Supervisor (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CT – May 8, 2018
A regular is mostly about interacting with customers, and making sure they are receiving the best service. Throughout the day time management is key to your success. Finally, as long as your paperwork is on time you will have no problems with upper management.
Ambassador (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 1, 2018
Respond to and act upon any and all visitor needs and requests in an efficient and friendly manner, including notification of Citi host, escorting to intended destination, assisting with space reservations, and any other hospitality related visitor request.
Guest Services Agent (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 26, 2018
FLIK is a good company that strive for customer service excellence. The company give employees opportunities for advancement and is very close net working team. The concierge salary was not competitive. For example: I worked in the large conference center that had (13 large rooms with auditorium that seat up to 550 people) was paid the same as the concierge in a smaller conference center that contain (8 small rooms)