The coworkers were great, but the job was murder
Runner (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – February 12, 2019
Every day you came in, you had to clock in exactly on time with only a minute or two space on either side for early/late clock in before you were penalized. During busy days, you were all over the place from start to finish, and there were never enough people where you needed them. I learned runner, drink station, expo, and turn team, when I was only supposed to be a runner, on week 1, and by week 2 was actually being scheduled for drink station without the update in pay to go with it. Pay was low, and I was being paid for part time work while working well over full time hours. Managers did not give a half a care about the employees, and we had to look out for each other. After I left I came back in to see a movie with some friends and was told I had to leave the premises and not come back for six months because, according to the managers, I walked out during a shift and was fired. After I heard this from the woman, was sent a new shift that had me on it. I asked the manager what that meant and they said as long as I 'promised never to do it again, I could come back.' The incident in question was when I clocked out after finishing my work, almost an hour after I was supposed to be out, and they said I walked out mid shift. Since I have left, the company has been completely overhauled, but the experience I had left a bad taste in my mouth and I would not go back.
Free movies and discounts on food
No breaks outside of high school, long work hours, inaccurate pay