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Delivery – new

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Kitchen Worker – new

Cosi New York, NY

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Cosi New York, NY

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Cosi New York, NY

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Assistant Manager – new

Cosi New York, NY

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Baker – new

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Così Reviews

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    Discount at their restaurants will be your greatest perk

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Deerfield, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Deerfield, IL

    I worked at Così full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    This is a good place for someone just starting out in business. There isn't really any room for professional growth but if you need experience to put on your resume for the next phase of your career, this place will at least be a paycheck while you look for "the next big thing."

    Cons

    The company and management ask for you to give 100% of yourself but don't give their employees anything in return. Don't expect to go anywhere though - this isn't a place where you can climb a ladder. The business isn't run very well. Employees at their restaurants aren't very happy and don't like the Corporate office. It can makes working at the Corporate office tense at times.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When an employee shows a little initiative, encourage them. I have never worked for a company that punished me so much for wanting to actually do my job well. And when I had some free time because I was done with my job and tried to help out someone else in my department who looked like they could use the help, I got in trouble for that too. Also, try hiring people who are actually qualified to do their jobs. Just because someone has a degree in a field doesn't mean that they are qualified for the job. When someone with 20 years of experience and no degree is correcting the college grad's work because it caused major problems, don't tell the experienced person that they are wrong for wanting to fix the error. No wonder your company can't make money.

    Doesn't Recommend
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