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If you are a manager the hours will be unreal! You'll be expected to cover for call-outs, and there will be many call-outs. Expect to work 13 hours a day, 7 days a week. Look for employment elsewhere is my best advice.

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Regional managers, district managers treat you bad. Tons of sexual abuse from them. Threaten you to keep quiet.

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Leaving the company consists of them stresses you out by being over worked you quit
So no unwmployment ni vacation pay adminastrators are picky and rude . Blame hskping for jusg about everything.

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In Arkansas it 8.50/he well Pine bluff

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7.50 to 9.50 depends on how much experience you have but no rises

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No appreciation for employees from upper management. Budget cuts, lies, unfair treatment.

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The pay will be whatever salary you agreed to divided by 52 weeks, 40 hours a week. They will pay a decent salary ONLY because they pay the hourly staff so low, they want to ensure your sense of responsibility to stay to cover the insane amount of no call/no shows. Enjoy your short lived hourly rate where you will get paid for OT. The amount of time you are told MIT is, is cut short once you know just enough to get put in your own unit then no more OT pay but plenty of OT. They don't really need you as a manager, only as a fill in person for the extreme amount of no shows and call outs. That is why the hiring process is next to nothing. They will burn you out then just replace you when it gets too much. They talk a good game of the direction they want to go but you can't get a team adequately staffed to be able to get there. You are constantly just trying to get the food out on time while you are the only one that showed up to work. As much as the emphasis should be put on safety & sanitation, you will only get support for being short staffed if any eyes that matter will be on your unit. Otherwise you are left to drown on your own. Good luck if you are considering this.

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9 to 10 dollars and it also depends on the area you work at.

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Quick had my interview got called next day to take drug test and the day after that i completed my paperwork and started the next day

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