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- Work/Life Balance
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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Dean & DeLuca part-time (more than an year)Pros
Improving drink-making skills.
For the most part, nice, fun co-workers.
Get to see a lot of people.Cons
The pay raise system was unfair.
Preferred employees got a raise, while others did not (even if they worked just as hard.)
Some employees did not seem to respect upper management.
**This was all under one manager who Transferred, however**Advice to ManagementAdvice
Listen to your employees. When they say they want to work more hours, let them work more than two days a week. When they tell you they get too overwhelmed by too many people coming in, and that we need more staff working, add an in-between shift. By making your employees happier, you will be, in turn, making them able to more properly take care of your customers, resulting in a better experience and higher chances of turning customers into regulars.RecommendsNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Dean & DeLuca.Interview Details
I knew an employee, so she gave me a referral, and told me to come in during a downtime. I stopped by in the afternoon, asked for the manager, let him know who referred me, and he handed me an application. He handed me an application and told me to fill it out, and right after that we had an interview. He took my application, and told him he would call withing five days. Two days later I got the call, and was offered the job. I accepted.Interview Questions
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You could go to Manhattan's tony SoHo neighborhood for a taste of Dean & DeLuca, but increasingly, you don't have to. The purveyor of pricey gourmet foods, fine wines, cheeses, baked goods, coffees and teas, and high-end kitchenware operates about 15 specialty markets and cafes in select US cities and is growing rapidly in Japan. The company opened its first cafe in the Middle East, located in Dubai, in 2008 and now has a store in Kuwait. Dean & DeLuca also offers its goods through consumer and corporate gift catalogs, as well as online. It has operated in Japan since...