Depending on the franchise you work for, they will look you square in the eyes when they hire you and will lie to get you to hop on board. It is immoral to hire someone for a knowingly low hourly rate, only to promise them reviews with the potential for a raise, which will then be completely avoided when the time comes (I am not the only one they have done this to). Then when you make multiple requests to decipher why they are drastically delaying your reviews, you will be given a long list of absurd excuses as to why your review (and raise, which I have been told is awaiting approval) is 3 months past due. This makes loyal, hard working employees lose interest in the corporation they work for and therefore, causes excellent employees to leave and give their loyalty to another company that doesn't treat their employees with such disrespect. Seems rather inefficient to me.
No respect for employee wages and no lunch break