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Productive work place
Crew Member (Former Employee) –  Chicago, ILSeptember 17, 2017
I think the shack is an over all fun and great place. The employees are usually friendly and inviting. The guest are even more friendly. It overall was a fun and learning experience.
Pros
Health care, dental and vision care, 60% off meals
Cons
Shorts breaks, no payed holidays
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worst place ever
Team Member (Former Employee) –  New Haven, CTSeptember 8, 2019
overworked and underpaid. the management sucks an so does their attitudes. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone, at all. I'm so glad I quit and work as a chef instead.
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Crew Member (Former Employee) –  Central Valley, NYSeptember 8, 2019
They don’t care about you well being at all . I had a co worker physically assault me and when I brought it to the managers attention it seemed if I was more in trouble which was ridiculous . They have favorites and if your new good luck because they treat new people like nothing . Other than that the pay was good but I wouldn’t recommend unless you want to get treated like a dog.
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