If you're willing to put in the work, this company can take you places. When you first start out, the pay is minimum, but after 1040 hrs there is a substantial raise. Benefits are available for all employees after their first 3 months as long as they can maintain a minimum of 25hrs/week (equaling 100 hrs/month). As long as you keep open communication with your managers and make reasonable requests, they are willing to work with your scedule. So far I've only experienced the bakery, but cross training in other departments is available. I just love my bakery. I'd like to have more hours, but the hours are dependent upon sales and this has been a slow summer. Bottom line, the longer you are with the company, the better it gets. It just takes time. 10 out of 10 highly recommend.
Benefits, experience, career advancement
Minimum wage, no full-time