The Earl of Sandwich

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18 days ago

Hourly Opportunities

Earl of Sandwich Saint Petersburg, FL +2 locations

In 1762, John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, had his hands full, literally. As First Sea Lord he commanded the mighty British Navy, was a… Glassdoor


25 days ago

Delivery Driver

Earl of Sandwich Saint Petersburg, FL +2 locations

Are you ready to begin the journey? Now is your chance to be part of the World's Greatest... In order to be considered for this opportunity and… Glassdoor


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    Completely Awful.

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    I have been working at The Earl of Sandwich part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    They're very good at accepting that you have other responsibilities. The culture is fantastic: this is one of the few companies that will never have anything to say about your race, sexual orientation, gender (whether or not that gender matches your sex!), or origin. Everyone is very friendly and treats each other like family. You get a flat 50% discount on your food, often resulting in a lunch time meal that is less than $5, one that is surprisingly filling.

    Cons

    Though very good at accepting that you have other responsibilities, they're very bad at remembering them. Prepare to try frantically to switch your shift with someone even though you specifically told your manager well in advance that you could not come in that day. Prepare also to occasionally work 2-6 hours later than you were scheduled, or be sent home 1-3 hours earlier than you were scheduled.

    If you are a delivery driver, hang on to that minimum wage as tight as you can, because the excessive delivery fees ($1 per sandwich, wrap, or salad? No one wants to order ten sandwiches and pay $10 in delivery fees, sorry) will result in you getting very few orders, and therefore very little in tips.

    If you are a line person, make very good friends with your coworkers, because you guys are going to barter shifts like trading cards. Even such recurring commitments as college classes are often forgotten/ignored when your schedule is composed, and you're going to need to know who is that guy who always needs hours, so you can talk him into taking YOUR shift so you can go take your final.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get it together. Either don't hire people with a second (or third) job, or actually schedule around the other job. Your upper management is choking your lower management. Lower your delivery fees if you want your delivery program to actually go anywhere.

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