Krispy Kreme – Leeds, England
For you, it`s all about the perfect doughnut. Each different shape and size expertly made, every time. So that every single customer that comes into… Krispy Kreme
Krispy Kreme – Leicester, England
For you, it`s all about the best possible service. Whether our guests are looking for one doughnut and a coffee or a dozen of our assorted… Krispy Kreme
Krispy Kreme – Concord, NC
• Sweeping all required areas inside and outside of the store • Mopping all required areas inside the store • Spraying the parking lots… Krispy Kreme
Krispy Kreme – Birmingham, AL
Sales • Directing and managing market sales efforts, which may include goal setting, sales training, Hot Light times, retail sales, fundraising… Krispy Kreme
Krispy Kreme – Winston-Salem, NC
**This position is field based and will be responsible for the Northeast territory of the U.S. ** Role: The LSM Coordinator, Franchise Stores… Krispy Kreme
Krispy Kreme – Winston-Salem, NC
• Coordinate with previous shift to ensure efficient operation • Ensure that all areas of responsibility are in proper running order • Perform… Krispy Kreme
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The best things: You get your first raise after 3 months, and then another shortly after, so that's something great to put on your resumé. You also get to eat doughnuts all you want while you're on the clock. You also get a 50% discount, which is awesome, because McDonald's only gave me a 10% discount. You get your work shoes, for FREE. They also offer incentives such as, you get $1 for every coupon book or calendar you sell! (They DON'T have to pay you for that at all, since you're already supposed to sell their merchandise.) On Christmas, I got a free Turkey, as a gift from Krispy Kreme! You also get paid weekly, instead of bi-weekly.
Krispy Kreme is a great company, but things tend to go wrong when dealing with management. I feel like supervisors do most the work, while the Store Manager, or GM, goes on vacation once a month, or every other month. In case you don't understand how awesome that is, that's about 6-12 vacations a year! Also, tons of doughnuts get thrown out; I think it'd be better to donate some to churches, or let the employees take a half-dozen home with them. Now, Krispy Kreme isn't "fast food," it is "retail," because we sell merchandise such as Tshirts, mugs, onsies, caps, and other miscellaneous items. And it does get irritating to I, and the customer when I am forced to offer purchasing our new Vanilla Spice Latte, along with a doughnut hole cup, and topped with our latest gadget, such as the Christmas ornament or our calendars. Now, purchasing any of what I mentioned would either benefit you, or you would greatly thank me for it later. But, when all you came in for was 2 original glazed doughnuts, and I have to ask you to purchase all that before you leave, it does get annoying and frustrating. There are probably more pros than there are cons to Krispy Kreme, but the cons should be reconciled and be noticed by KK, and be fixed if possible.
Advice to Management
I think it's unfair for supervisors to be written up for going over hours when they fill in for somebody else, when they would also be written up for not filling in for somebody. It makes no sense. I also think supervisors should be rewarded more often, when they practically run the place. I am only a team member, been one for 8 months, but can see the unfairness in which I stated.