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12 days ago

Store Systems Manager

Jamba Juice Emeryville, CA

include administrating Windows updates, PCI / Security updates, BOH and FOH images, POS database and configuration changes (price changes, promos… CareerBuilder

6 days ago

Assistant General Manager

Jamba Juice San Leandro, CA +3 locations

An Assistant General Manager (AGM) is responsible for the overall shift-level operations, guest experience, sales performance and execution of brand… CareerBuilder

21 days ago

General Manager

Jamba Juice Foster City, CA +8 locations

Why go to work when you can come to Jamba! If you are an energetic and ambitious individual looking for a career with an organization that can give… CareerBuilder

4 days ago

Shift Lead

Jamba Juice San Francisco, CA +16 locations

Title: Shift Lead Department: Operations Reporting Relationship: Assistant Manager and/or General Manager Primary Role: A Shift Lead is responsible… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Team Member

Jamba Juice San Francisco, CA +16 locations

Jamba Service Standards Be Friendly and Fast - Make a great first… Jamba Juice

30+ days ago

Graphic Designer

Jamba Juice Emeryville, CA

Following the brand guidelines, develop layouts for print, email, web graphics, packaging, store signage, promotional items and other unique… VentureLoop

30+ days ago

Financial Analyst

Jamba Juice Emeryville, CA

Preparation of accurate and timely financial reporting Assist in weekly, monthly, and quarterly forecasting process Design, develop, and utilize… VentureLoop

30+ days ago

Shift Lead/Manager

Jamba Juice Danville, CA +2 locations

• Lead and manage shifts while acting as Manager in Charge of store. Deploy Team Members as required to meet business demands and make necessary… Snagajob

30+ days ago


Jamba Juice Redwood City, CA

At Jamba Juice you can go as far as your dreams will take you. We believe in growth, so we actively support your advancement as both an employee and… Jamba Juice

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Jamba Juice Chairman, President, and CEO James D. White
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    Corporate Greed Leads to Understaffing and No Motivation

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    Former Employee - Shift Lead in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Shift Lead in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Jamba Juice full-time (more than 3 years)


    -My last GM was the single best boss I've had in the retail sector.
    -Loved my fellow employees.
    -I really lucked out with the first two; your experience may vary depending on your co-workers and management team.
    -At the entry level, pay is basically fair for the amount of work expected (see Cons for after entry level, though).
    -I ate really healthily in my time there.
    -Retail food service: it's not like you're taking work home with you or anything, so that's a plus.


    -Corporate penny pinching pressures managers to cut labor at every opportunity, even when it's unwise (during holidays and busy summer hours).
    -Paltry wages for the amount of work expected of Shift Leads and up (bare minimum wage even in areas with high cost of living). Promotion to shift lead triples your responsibilities, with only a dollar ($1!) raise.
    -Pathetic benefits package. Cheaper and better health care just opting out and going through Covered California.
    -A constant stream of new product launches leads to training headaches and customer dissatisfaction as old favorites are bumped to make room for some clueless MBA's next big idea-which invariably fails.
    -Misleading sales practices. There's sugar in fruits, you know.
    -At the store before my last, an outside-hire GM with no experience with the company routinely screwed up day-to-day operations due to her lack of training and habit of clocking out three hours before her shift. Neither her direct superior nor her fellow GMs were willing to pick up her slack, nor could she be fired because of her relationship to another district manager's brother. It made working there a living hell, as we were understaffed and new hires could hardly prevail upon a GM who knew nothing to help them out.

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    -James White: Maybe we'd have more money for labor if you weren't blowing it on extravagant houses. This comes straight from a contractor you used who happened to visit my store and noticed we were understaffed in the summer months.

    -Obviously, promote from within. There's nothing more spirit-crushing than knowing you as a Lead know more than your own General Manager.

    -Foster a true sense of community responsibility and care for the employees. Take the examples learned from effective GMs (like my last boss) and incorporate that into your training regime. Otherwise, you get a bunch of disrespectful 21-year-olds with filthy mouths and smoking habits calling the shots for people ten years their senior (like my first boss).

    -If you're trying to create a culture of health and compassion, start with your own. Better pay, better consistency with hours.

    -Have DMs do their g.d. jobs and resolve conflicts on the ground. I had to basically put down a mutiny myself as my team members wised up to the fact that their GM was bloody incompetent, with no help from the DM or Corporate.


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