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Auntie Anne's President & CEO William Dunn
William Dunn
14 Ratings

    Used to be a great place to work until purchased by Focus Brands

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Lancaster, PA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lancaster, PA

    I worked at Auntie Anne's full-time for more than 5 years


    Free pretzels on some Wednesdays; the average rank and file associates were pretty nice people. If you're an A-type personality who is good at making other people do the real work while you play politics and kiss up to leadership, you'll shine here.


    Upper management have a jock mentality that is poisoning all of the leadership. The company wants only "A players," per the Focus Brands CEO, but by who's definition and what makes an A player? This isn't well defined and associates have noticed that physically attractive people tend to get promoted faster than others in the company. Hard work, dedication, and loyalty are not traits that are valued. Being a "leader" who "gets it done" at any cost is what is valued, even if these costs include throwing others under the bus, stepping on those "below you," and making other people do your work. Unfortunately, the leadership at Auntie Anne's is out of touch with the day-to-day of what it takes to "get it done," but that doesn't matter ... it's all about the bottom line at this point.

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    If I gave them any advice, it would be to take your heads out of your a$$es, but they won't listen. So I'll just say "Good luck."

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