The Golden Krust® brand came into existence in 1988 at Gunhill Road in the Bronx. Founded by Lowell F. Hawthorne and the Hawthorne family 30 years ago, Golden Krust has grown into an operation spanning over 20,000 retail locations and 120 franchise and corporately owned restaurants, bringing the taste of the Caribbean to adoring customers – more...throughout the United States and Canada.
From its patty and bakery production plant at 3958 Park Avenue, the Golden Krust family of companies’ employees nearly 300 teammates, manufacturers, distributes and manages Jamaican styled patties and bakery products. In addition, Golden Krust is the leading Caribbean restaurant franchise in North America, operating from New York to Florida, from Texas to now Ontario, Canada.
Customers include national supermarket chains, club and dollar stores, many other retail outlets, schools, NYC’s Department of Corrections and Department of Education. Over 50 million Golden Krust patties are produced and delivered to admiring fans each year.
Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery, Inc. and Golden Krust Franchising, Inc. are equal opportunity employers (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The Company is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request. – less
Written by Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) from Latham, NY on September 9, 2019
I worked there for a good couple months and honestly hates every minute of it. There's basically no management there with no formal managers, with the only person guiding you is a grouchy 60-ish woman who doesn't handle the customers very well either. You're expected to do way more than what's warranted considering the pay. Literally everything in the - more...
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Written by Cashier and Sales Associate ; Server (Former Employee) from Lithonia, GA on June 13, 2017
This was my first job actually and I loved it. the pay could have been better, but if you ever leave in a good manner then you'll always have a job with them, at least in my case.
If you work here, just gets used to the heavy accents of the Caribbean guests. I'm Caribbean but you can definitely get a job here even if you're not Caribbean.
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