Rutter's Farm Stores – York, PA
Our Team Members are among the highest paid in the retail and hospitality industry, starting at $9.05 per hour. As a Rutter's Team member your job is… PostJobFree
Rutter's – York, PA
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“Rutter's - Deli - New Freedom, PA
A job in which you work while you have to complete a list of chores that are given to you. I used to work at a restaurant before Rutter's and when I was in the kitchen there were maybe between 4-5 cooks in the kitchen during each shift. At Rutter's depending on the store you work in, you'll have 2-4 (if you're lucky) employees including yourself with you. You have to face rushes that are unpredictable and management that is unorganized and that doesn't take the time to hear the concerns of the grunt workers. You don't get a break during your shift and as a part time worker forget about any benefits that a full timer would receive (not that there are much). Shifts during the weekend evenings and nights become pure insanity since only two people would be around during the whole 8 hours, and if you're a third shift worker on weekends don't expect back up because you'll be by yourself for 8 hours cleaning the deli and parts of the store as well as taking large and numerous orders at random times of the night, dealing with angry and belligerent customers. The only solution totally the issues that workers go through is to increase the amount of workers in the deli and to have managers that understand how to schedule employees wisely to make working during difficult shifts less of a grind for employees. ”
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I worked at Rutter'sPros
Higher starting pay, free drinks while working, double time during holidays.Cons
Inadequate scheduling, no breaks, small work force.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Hire more workers for the deli, and train managers so that they can make better decisions when it comes to day by day scheduling. Remember that as a deli worker that it is a fairly demanding job so breaks would not only relieve the workers but also give an incentive to push through the rest of the shift.