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Customer Support Specialist – easy apply

Restaurant Technologies Mendota Heights, Dakota, MN

Headquartered in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota, with a growing number of depot sites strategically located across the U.S., RTI is a growing… Glassdoor

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Restaurant Technologies Minneapolis, MN

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Jeffrey R. Kiesel
16 Ratings

    Work is is work...balance? What's that?

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Mendota Heights, Dakota, MN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Mendota Heights, Dakota, MN

    I worked at Restaurant Technologies full-time (more than 3 years)


    The people. All want, or at least wanted to make the company something special. A CEO who is focused on his stock options is destroying what was once great about the company.


    "You Matter", "I'm All In", RTICares. All tag lines used to communicate to the organization. What matters is the sales team...only because that is the only business unit the CEO understands. Investments are made here, however the support teams in Operations and Corporate services are understaffed and overworked. Outsourcing is becoming more prevalent, with downsizing seen in HR and in IT. It'[s sad because a couple years ago employee engagement and morale was through the roof. Today, constant infighting, politics and resentment have led to attrition and loss of key resources. The company is imploding, financially and intelecturally. The smart employees will realize that "they matter and RTI does not". The right employees will realize that they are "all in" in looking for a new job. And...RTICares? About stock options and short term gains before the company is sold and the exec team cashes out and leaves the trainwreck of a company.

    Read all the other reviews. It is truly a sad story and the leader is to blame.

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    Please recognized that Jeff Kiesel is not the leader this company needs. Leanne Branham should be in this role as she gets operations and RTI fundamentally is an operations organization. Public speaking - Kiesel stumbles through his notes and cue hard is it.? Look to Copeland as to what good is. Get to know your employees. Talk about something other than your football days, or your kids in private schools. Do you know how hard your employees have it with the hours and demands you put on them? Empathize with them, relate to them, work with them.

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