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29 days ago

Production Worker Specialist

Ghirardelli Chocolate Philadelphia, PA

This is an entry level position. The position has two main functions, packaging and palletizing 50 lbs. of finished product and dumping 130 lbs… Ghirardelli Chocolate

14 days ago

Assistant Brand Manager

Ghirardelli Chocolate Philadelphia, PA

Plans, develops, and implements brand strategies and marketing programs by performing the following duties. Scope of Responsibilities Assist Brand… Ghirardelli Chocolate

14 days ago

Supply Chain Director Demand & Supply Planning

Ghirardelli Chocolate Philadelphia, PA

An important link in the end to end supply chain, the Supply Chain Director Demand & Supply Planning (DSP) is primarily responsible for leading the… Ghirardelli Chocolate

20 days ago

Project Engineer

Ghirardelli Chocolate Philadelphia, PA

NOTE: In order to be considered for employment interested candidates must submit their resume electronically to… Ghirardelli Chocolate

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Ghirardelli Chocolate President & CEO Martin Thompson
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    Easy but Awful - Chicago store

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Ghirardelli Chocolate part-time for less than a year


    Easy work, good pay, guaranteed hours especially in the summer and holidays. Fun work environment; great, funny, outgoing co-workers and great supervisors (minus the GM.) Time and half on holidays and free menu items on each shift.


    There was only one con to working here and that was the General Manager. Seriously. Extremely condescending and on the verge of sadistic, especially to Fountain workers. Would constantly say rude and just plain mean things about employees behind their backs. The usual chit-chat/laughter would cease as soon as he came around and loud groans filled the work room when we knew he was scheduled to work that day. Not only that, but we would constantly be running out of chocolate (yes, in a chocolate store) and scrambling to find alternatives for those free samples and bags on display.

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    To the GM: learn to run a store properly and lead by example and not by fear.

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