General Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – July 16, 2018
General Manager Responsible for all day to operations including; scheduling, training, food cost, labor, reviews, all P&L functions. Responsible for All staff management, hiring, team building etc. $15,000-20,000 in sales per week.
Cashier & Server (Former Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – July 9, 2018
Sbarros only cares about their management and not enough about their employees. They don’t want to pay over $8.00/Hr. The management will overwork you, even when they are capable of handling tasks on their own. I would not recommend
Room for advancement, fun work environment, friendly staff.
Floor Manager (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – June 26, 2018
I would definitely recommend working there if your looking for place to advance in working and benefits. Staff is amazing and it’s a comfortable working environment. Easy things to learn and other employees and managers will help with through anything along the way. Gives you a better learning experience with the real world and better communication skills.
My time at Sbarro was a wonderful experience but now that i feel that it is my time to move on i can only hope that this company that i have grown to love can flourish. The management was a good guidance tool and the cooperate workers are more than awesome.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Farmington, NM – June 14, 2018
What I learned was better social skills I wasn’t really a person who liked to talk to strangers but after a month they helped me out. Hardest part of working there is the drama that people would bring in. Most enjoyable part of the work place is the fun you ga e the laughing the joking around the competition on who can make a better pizza.
HMS Host KCI Airport (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 30, 2018
i would come in pretty early in the morning to prep my work station for the day i would stock the front counters make sure my area was clean and start making pizzas.i learned patience the management was pretty good if i dont say so myself the hardest part of the job would be the peple throwing the money at me so that wont miss their flight because i would forget what they have ordered. the most enjoyable part would have to be seeing all the famous people
seeing alot of people
people being in a hurry to catch theirs flights and just throw their money at me and walk off
Crew Member and Baker (Former Employee) – Burnsville, MN – May 30, 2018
I believe I had a great experience working here because my coworkers and manager were nice laid back people. We worked together to get the job done. The uniform is not too strict. As long as you are a hard worker and willing to work you will enjoy this company.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Morgantown, WV – May 16, 2018
overall, Sbarro was a good place to work. It wasn't a stressful job and it was easy to apply and get hired. most of the management was younger 20s which made it easier to get along with the people in charge. one of the only downsides would be if we fell behind on orders it was a pain to get everything made and restocked since it took time to make pizzas if u didn't have enough prepped. overall a pretty easy job, as long as u show up on time and are ready to do your job.
free meal and a 15 min. break if you worked over 8 hours a day