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2 days ago

Team Member – new

Burger King Austin, TX +2 locations

Greets guests with a smile, receives orders, processes payments, and responds appropriately to customer issues Operates cash register or point of… Percipio Media


2 days ago

Assistant Manager – new

Burger King Austin, TX +4 locations

Direct efficient and accurate preparation and sale of products for prompt delivery… Percipio Media


2 days ago

Hourly Shift Coordinator – new

Burger King Austin, TX +4 locations

Responsible for restaurant operations (labor, inventory variance, GUEST TRAC responses) during assigned shifts, including opening and closing… Percipio Media


2 days ago

Restaurant General Manager – new

Burger King Austin, TX +2 locations

Directs efficient and accurate preparation and sale of products to maximize guest… Percipio Media


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    It's a fast food job

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Fast Food Shift Manager in Augusta, ME
    Current Employee - Fast Food Shift Manager in Augusta, ME

    I have been working at Burger King

    Pros

    The flexible schedule was the biggest pro. This was the most convenient while still in school. This is also the type of job where there is always something to keep you busy, never a dull moment.

    Cons

    No benefits until you make assistant manager. They say you should get a review with the potential for a raise every 6 months, but you are lucky to get a yearly review with minimal raises. not enough attention on training.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Work on getting reviews out in a more timely manner. This can be a neutral way to address crew members who may not be meeting standards, and rewarding those meeting expectations. Often crew members are unaware they are not meeting expectations.

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