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High Flying Foods Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at High Flying Foods?

3.4
Work/Life Balance
4.1
Compensation/Benefits
2.5
Job Security/Advancement
2.0
Management
3.0
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at High Flying Foods?

CEO
Glenn Meyers
3.0
Productive and demanding workplace
Written by Cook, San Diego Airport (Current Employee) from San Diego, CA on September 12, 2015
Busy work environment with a hand full of cooperative co-workers. Management focused more in customer service than back of the house duties. Always took the initiative to get the task in hand done. Multi-tasking skills strongly improved and learned to be a fast efficient individual.
Pros
Hourly rate for amount of work demanded, free lunch
Cons
Management, work area
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What do employees say about High Flying Foods's culture and work-life balance?

Slow-paced
Quick-paced
Stressful
Relaxed
1.0
Run away while you can
Written by Restaurant Manager (Former Employee) from San Francisco, CA on April 4, 2018
-no breaks for managers
-union employees are lazy

-dont use a harsh tone or you will be reported to the union

-if you never want to have a consistent schedule, work here

-1pm-11pm one day 4am-1pm the very next day

-favoritism

-lack of advancement

-driven by bad culture of backstabbing to get promoted

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Pros
decent pay and pro
Cons
everything else
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