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3 days ago

Restaurant Manager – new

85C Bakery Cafe Newark, CA +2 locations

85°C Bakery Cafe is a global bakery & beverage retail business publicly traded in Taiwan with over 725 stores in the worldwide: including Australia… 85C Bakery Cafe


3 days ago

Barista, Cashier, Customer Service, Bread Chefs, Cake Decorator – new

85C Bakery Cafe San Jose, CA

85°C Bakery Cafe is a global bakery & beverage retail business publicly traded in Taiwan with over 725 stores in the worldwide: including Australia… 85C Bakery Cafe


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    Unappreciative, poorly managed establishment

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    Former Employee - Store Front Associate  in  Newark, CA
    Former Employee - Store Front Associate in Newark, CA

    I worked at 85c Cafe Bakery and Cafe part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Co-workers can be fun to talk to and work with. Employees get 4 kinds of drinks for free, and 10% off everything else in the store. Occasional free bread at closing shifts.

    Cons

    Always gives me more hours than I requested. Feels understaffed, and they wouldn't mind firing people regardless. They fail to give me breaks sometimes due to under-staffing.
    Despite doing a decent job they would give close to zero compliments, and keep pushing me to work faster - which I am never motivated to do.
    Actual pay is MUCH less than you feel you should be earning - started at $9 for me but I feel I should have started at $10 or $11. The hectic environment, combined with how successful they are, would make you think they could pay their employees much better.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn how to schedule your employees better. Stop playing favorites, and complement them for decent performance rather than always paying attention to what they're doing wrong, or could be doing faster - it makes them feel worthless. Get to know your employees on a more personal level so you could do things more meaningful than ordering them around like slaves.

    Doesn't Recommend
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