What are people saying about the leadership at Winning Wheels?
of employees approve of Amie Behrens’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 19 ratings
Written by Day Training Coordinator (Current Employee) from Prophetstown, IL on November 13, 2017
The residents are worth it but the job atmosphere is very stressful. Morale is very low among the workers. There are promises made with no carry through. Everything is decide on the whim of a few in top management.
What do employees say about Winning Wheels's culture and work-life balance?
Fast pace work
Written by Dietary Aide (Current Employee) from Prophetstown, IL on June 27, 2014
A typical day of work at Winning Wheels consisted of dishes, trash, setting and cleaning dining room, making drinks, and making up trays to be sent down to the wings. I have learned patience is virtue and I have learned how to thicken drinks. My co-workers are very helpful and kind. I'd have to say the hardest part of the job is to keep everything in - more...