Shift leader (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – August 1, 2018
This was a great job but there were issues within the higher management. Couldn't get ptomoted, and felt held back. Believe it was more a problem with the district manager rasther than the company itself
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – June 14, 2018
If given the chance to work for US Beef Corp again, I would decline. This company does not care about their managers. They will work you till you either quit or die without reasonable compensation. I have never seen a company with such a high turnover rate of managers.
General Manager (Current Employee) – Mountain Home, AR – February 11, 2018
It’s a great learning experience anyone interested in the customer service/management field. It’s a great career opportunity for advancement. I literally worked my way up from an entry level crew member, to running and owning my own store.
Seasonal Hourly Crew, Arby's (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 23, 2018
I worked at an Arby's, so I was constantly on my feet running around for customers. I enjoyed learning how to make certain food items as a backline employee, and all the managers I worked with were very patient with me. I most enjoyed interacting with the customers as a cashier. The hardest part that I've worked on was trying to get orders out fast enough.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Bolivar, MO – October 10, 2017
Managers are rude and are unwilling to help employees. They berate employees in front of customers. Managers treat employees like they're stupid when they ask questions. They're super slow most of the time, so time passes slowly. Communication from manager to employee is extremely lacking. GM asked employee to take expiration sticker off of salad and hand it out to customer.
employee discounts of 50%
Slow, Rude managers, disorganized, lacking communication
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Hayden, ID – June 10, 2017
....At least in my experience. The higher level managers are preferable to those lesser ranking. I like being cross trained in every sector of the store. Pay better than retail. Custies can be aboniminable but look at the industry. I basically had to self start train myself. Just tossed to the drowning pool so to speak but 99.9% helped me the first few shifts. Breaks can be hard to procure even on 6 hour shifts. Time passes fairly quickly and this can be a starter for food service, cook experience. Nice employee meal deals.
Flexibility for small to full time hours, challenging, discount, active job
8.25 may yet be very low, fast paced hectic at times, be a quick learner
A highly stressful work place, with people that are great, but not as co-workers.
Store Closer (Current Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – May 7, 2014
My review would be that I feel like they do not care about their employees, and therefore when I started to realize this, I begun to not care about being at work. The management doesn't help much, the employees don't care, the customers are mean, and I don't enjoy working here at all. I've been making minimum wage for 3 years now working in one of the most stressful jobs that there is, fast food-customer service. They do not pay their employees enough for the stuff they expect them to do. When you have to run 2-3 sometimes even 4 positions at a time, without much help, and then get yelled at because your doing it to slow or something goes wrong that's when the moral goes down, it makes everyone want to just get frustrated and leave. The best part about this job is that its made my stress tolerance go up, I can better handle angry people without getting angry myself and telling them off. My co-workers are typically nice people, I enjoy their company but when it comes to working I almost always have to redo what they've done just so I don't get in trouble later, this is also very stressful and I feel like their isn't much point to them being there to begin with if i'm just going to have to do it again later.