Homegrown Hospitality Group
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I worked at Homegrown Hospitality Group full-time (less than an year)Pros
Great restaurant concepts keep the customers coming in. Management and staff at the stores themselves are typically fantastic and at the top of their game (especially at Flying Fish and Pearlz concepts)
If you work at the corporate office, the dress code is very relaxed - you can wear flip flops and jeans most of the time.Cons
Compensation packages for corporate employees are extremely outdated - don't expect to earn what you are worth.
They run a very lean staff at this level so you will be expected to do the equivalent of what three or four people at a normal company would do, and you will not be paid well to do it. Most of the staff in the corporate office right now should be commended for sticking around so long while being paid less then they would make in an entry level position anywhere else.
Senior management is rarely, if ever, in the office and have very little interest in the company other than profitability.
Policies/procedures at the corporate level are extremely outdated - the priority is always doing things the most inexpensive way possible, not getting the best results for the employees.
Employees are not the priority, as reflected in recent benefit changes - Profit is.
Very lengthy, very amateurish, non-structured interview process.
Senior management will throw you under the bus without a second thought.
Entire company is chronically out of compliance - from failure to verify identity through e-Verify to a complete ignorance of state and federal labor law.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Invest in your people. Spend a little bit of money to help your extremely low income employees make ends meet. Utilize modern corporate policies/procedures to simplify things and to bring your company into the 21st century.Doesn't RecommendNeutral Outlook