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Shift Leaders

Cafe Zupas Farmington, UT

Additionally, our Managers work out on the line, right beside our line servers. They must be the strongest line servers we have. Because of this, our… Snagajob


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Cafe Zupas Layton, UT

Additionally, our Managers work out on the line, right beside our line servers. They must be the strongest line servers we have. Because of this, our… Snagajob


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Shift Leaders

Cafe Zupas Ogden, UT

Additionally, our Managers work out on the line, right beside our line servers. They must be the strongest line servers we have. Because of this, our… Snagajob


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Cafe Zupas Salt Lake City, UT

Additionally, our Managers work out on the line, right beside our line servers. They must be the strongest line servers we have. Because of this, our… Snagajob


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Cafe Zupas West Valley City, UT

Additionally, our Managers work out on the line, right beside our line servers. They must be the strongest line servers we have. Because of this, our… Snagajob


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Assistant Manager

Cafe Zupas West Valley City, UT

Cafe Zupas is searching for Assisant Manager candidates for our West Valley store. Assiatant Managers are responsible for the successful operation… Snagajob


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Shift Leaders

Cafe Zupas West Jordan, UT

Additionally, our Managers work out on the line, right beside our line servers. They must be the strongest line servers we have. Because of this, our… Snagajob


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Shift Leaders

Cafe Zupas Park City, UT

Additionally, our Managers work out on the line, right beside our line servers. They must be the strongest line servers we have. Because of this, our… Snagajob


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    Great Résumé Builder! Awesome Culture!

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    Current Employee - Catering Driver in Orem, UT
    Current Employee - Catering Driver in Orem, UT

    I have been working at Cafe Zupas part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    1. Hiring
    a. Management makes an active effort to hire employees who will both work hard and work well with a team. Not either/or. They won’t just take anybody even if they’re understaffed.
    b. There’s an entire process just for people who have no work experience, it’s a great service to the community.
    2. Training
    a. The program is very well structured and thorough.
    3. The Daily Grind
    a. It’s very fast paced, which makes the shift go by very quickly; I always go home after every shift feeling the satisfaction of a job well-done.
    b. There are generous opportunities to develop leadership skills every day for each employee.
    4. Management
    a. The management is always actively improving their leadership skills.
    b. The managers will actually follow procedures, and expect their employees to as well; in other words, nobody gets ‘selective special treatment’, and the managers don’t let you get away with diverting from procedure.
    c. The hands-on management can be great for professional references.
    5. Promotions
    a. Merit based; If you are willing, able, and work harder than anyone else, you can get promoted very quickly.
    b. Seniority is not even a factor. This ensures that only actively dedicated people are in leadership.
    6. Schedule
    a. As long as there’s a large roster, it’s fairly simple to get days off/get shifts covered.
    7. Compensation
    a. The pay is fair for the industry.

    Cons

    1. Hiring
    a. If you’re waiting for an interview, be prepared to sit tight for up to 30 minutes after your scheduled time. Depending on how busy the lunch-rush was, they might have some pressing matters to take care of first.
    2. Training
    a. There seems to be a serious disconnect between Line Servers and Corporate as far as procedures go; the employee manuals and training workbooks are very outdated. There are quite a few things that nobody knows exactly what to do because of that. Not sure if that’s on middle-management or not.
    3. The Daily Grind
    a. If employees don’t do things when they’re supposed to while opening it can lead to a very stressful lunch-rush.
    b. If employees aren’t communicating well with each other it can get very stressful.
    4. Promotions
    a. Although you can get on a promotion path quickly, it can take up to a month before you’ll actually start training.
    5. Compensation
    a. Although the pay is fair for the industry, it is not competitive.
    b. The only benefit is 50% off a meal, 30 minutes before/after a shift depending on which shift you work. You can’t get it to-go.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1. Training
    a. Please update the manuals and training books.
    b. Keep the Line Servers updated on any other changes in procedures. Again, not sure if that's on middle-management or not.
    2. Compensation
    a. The ‘Fast and Friendly’ program has a lot of potential. Might I suggest that instead of a candy bar, a temporary raise for repetitive wins? This would be some real incentive to help lower turn-over rates.

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