Tiff's Treats
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Work environment was up-beat and friendly.
Answered August 10, 2016
As a driver, you show up, take deliveries, and help around the kitchen where you can. As a kitchen, you handle making the orders, prepping the boxes, and keeping the store clean. Both positions are expected to help walk in customers throughout the day. As a store manager, you are expected to handle day to day managerial tasks (schedules, inventory, employee management) while also handling all incoming orders and keeping labor as low as possible by cutting staff. Typically understaffed so much of the kitchen duties become SM duties as well.
Answered November 9, 2020
The future is going to grow for you in your position at the dough production facility!
Answered April 9, 2021
That depended on the position I had at Tiff's.
Answered March 12, 2020
I never had a dull moment, didn’t stress to go in.
Answered February 9, 2019
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