Edible Arrangements

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30+ days ago

Store Manager

Edible Arrangements Canton, MA

Edible Arrangements seeks Full Time Store Manager to supervise daily retail store operations in the South Shore. You will lead your stores overall… Edible Arrangements


3 days ago

Guest Services Representative / Sales – new

Edible Arrangements Akron, OH

• Demonstrates a strong understanding of product knowledge and quality standards. • Develops enthusiastically satisfied Guests all of the time… Edible Arrangements


30+ days ago

Delivery Driver

Edible Arrangements Canton, MA +2 locations

• Accurately delivers Edible Arrangements products to Guests in an efficient, courteous and timely manner. • Gathers and organizes delivery tickets… Edible Arrangements


30+ days ago

Edible Arrangements Store Supervisor

Edible Arrangements Clarksville, TN +2 locations

of the store, counsels, disciplines employees. - Oversees the recruiting, hiring, scheduling and training of employees - Store Supervisor will be… Edible Arrangements


28 days ago

Fruit Expert/Customer Service

Edible Arrangements Manchester, NH +2 locations

• Demonstrates a strong understanding of product knowledge and quality standards. • Develops enthusiastically satisfied Guests all of the time… Edible Arrangements


3 days ago

Business Sales Associate – new

Edible Arrangements Hackensack, NJ

Your main area of focus will be to generate new leads with the aim of increasing sales and follow-up activities. This will include and is not limited… Edible Arrangements


12 days ago

Fruit Bouquet Designer / Customer Service

Edible Arrangements Nashville, TN +2 locations

Bouquet Designer/ Customer Service position Fruit Bouquet Designer/ Customer Service positions Do you want a fun job? Do you like making… Edible Arrangements


25 days ago

Restaurant Team Member

Edible Arrangements Flowood, MS

Accept deliveries, Store and labelfruit and inventory as trained by EA. Wash and cut fruit according to Edible Arrangements standards. Arrange fruit… Edible Arrangements


4 days ago

Fruit Expert - Customer Service Representative

Edible Arrangements Houston, TX +6 locations

Include: Food handling Sanitation Answering multi-line phones Welcoming and actively up-selling customers in-store and over the phone Marketing… Edible Arrangements


28 days ago

Delivery Ambassador

Edible Arrangements Concord, NH

• Accurately delivers Edible Arrangements products to Guests in an efficient, courteous and timely manner. • Gathers and organizes delivery tickets… Edible Arrangements


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Edible Arrangements Founder and CEO Tariq Farid
Tariq Farid
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    Great gig in between jobs

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    Former Employee - Production
    Former Employee - Production

    I worked at Edible Arrangements part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Worked here while looking for a full-time job. It was great for someone who likes to work with food, likes to make things, and is a visual learner. Also, seeing the details of running a small business.

    Cons

    Being on your feet for 8 hours, making the same thing over and over sometimes got monotonous. Also, it's not nearly as much fun to make arrangements when you're stressing because of time deadlines and the phone is ringing off the hook with new orders. No benefits if you're part-time.

    It's also a small business, so you pretty much have only the owner to go to for any issues- there is no HR like you would have in a larger company. It's like their way or the highway, and if there are disagreements or personality clashes, you could be gone pretty fast, and there's nothing you can do about it- I saw that happen to a few people while I was there.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make entry-level pay at least $10 an hour. There is a huge amount of work and a learning curve, so it would be great to retain employees. They would be more likely to stick around longer if the pay was more competitive.

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