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14 days ago

Restaurant Assistant Manager

Bob Evans Columbus, OH +9 locations

The position of Restaurant Assistant Manager is a fun and fast paced role… Assistant Managers - regardless of experience and background - start out as… CareerBuilder


17 days ago

Senior Brand Manager

Bob Evans New Albany, OH

• Assist in developing annual marketing plans for program initiatives by analyzing BER business results, researching competitive activities, and… CareerBuilder


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    Corporate Immolation

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    Current Employee - Server in Columbus, OH
    Current Employee - Server in Columbus, OH

    I have been working at Bob Evans part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Camaraderie, opportunity for steady income/tables. BE is so massive name marketing and name recognition alone will draw customers. So, there is a steady influx. For the most part most BEs stay busy. Managers try to do the best they can for employees, but also remain within the tight restrictions placed on them by their corporate bosses.

    Cons

    For the most part, corporate decisions seem to sacrifice the customer and/or the employee to favor quick, easy profits. For example (1): A computer now (for the most part) decides your schedule, and hours are disseminated at the whim of a machine. Therefore there is no consistency in scheduling your workweek. You won’t get the same days off week after week, unless you specifically reserve them off, potentially upsetting your boss. So the computer is able to mange labor costs, but at the expense of the employees. For example (2): BE no longer employs bussers; servers are expected to buss their own tables. So, BE is able to lower labor cost, but at the expense of the customer, who now has to look at tables filled with dirty plates, and the employees, who now have to work much harder. Just a couple examples; there are many others.

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    Stop worrying about your share price; start worrying about your diminishing customer base.

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