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1 day ago

Europe Training Analyst – new

Taco Bell Irvine, CA

• Support Taco Bell International training leader with new market entry training in Europe, including material development and project management… Taco Bell


2 days ago

Social Media Intern – new

Taco Bell Irvine, CA

• Research and ideate breakthrough content ideas for all of Taco Bells social media channels • Photograph, film and create social media content… Taco Bell


3 days ago

Senior Manager - UX Research

Taco Bell Irvine, CA

You can work with minimal direction and are scrappy, capable of working quickly while delivering high-quality outputs. Youll be supported by the… Taco Bell


4 days ago

Sales Analyst - Insights Lab

Taco Bell Irvine, CA

• Assist the insight lab in diving deep into Taco Bells vast collection of data and weaving together an impactful story to drive business results… Taco Bell


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    Former Employee - Service Desk Analyst in Irvine, CA
    Former Employee - Service Desk Analyst in Irvine, CA
    Doesn't Recommend

    Pros

    Nice facility. Free 24 hr access to a full service gym. Free snacks, fruit and fountain drinks.

    Cons

    Training is beyond inferior & inadequate, they set you up for failure right away. It's a sink or swim environment. No respect amongst peers. Place suffers from major superiority complex and a bully mentality. Their leaders don't know what it is to lead by example etc. They fired their director while I was there, lots of employees quit, even ones who were just promoted. They've NO STRUCTURE, no stats to guide you. They've a work at home program but you need to qualify for it, however they don't give you stats or reviews of how you're doing so you can improve. That place is maddening. I can't believe a company that's been around so long functions so horribly. I'm glad to have been freed of that place. It's shameful.

    Advice to Management

    Learn to be respectful and not condescending, smart mouthed, rude etc and maybe your employees would respect you right back. Also learn to actually develop your subordinates rather than tell them to ask a peer for help. Get yourselves fully trained. I can really go on and on.


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