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Its great to come in everyday knowing you would provide delicious food to many regulars. Families would come in and ask about us and our life while we banter back with fun conversations. Co-workers can be great to work with. Lots of learning opportunities. Its nice to get a free mini during each shift too.
Sometimes management isn't as up to par. Lots of chances for coworkers to take advantage if you are a hard worker. Store can get messy if the morning crew doesn't finish their checklist, making it unfair that the night crew has to finish the morning and night checklist with only three people at a time.
Advice to Management
Please make sure you make your emplyees feel appreciated. It isnt fair to leave piles of dishes for the night crew to deal with and then blame us if certain things arent perfect. keep and eye on coworkers who arent as hardworking.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Jersey Mike's (Hawthorne, CA).
There's the first group interview and then if you make it to the next interview, it's personal. The second interview is really to know more about you and your personality. I'm guessing they use that time to see if you can keep up with the constant socializing with customers.
- Do you keep up with sports? Answer Question
You are given a minimum wage offer. At that time, it was $8. There's no negotiating. You work your way up and you get either a .50 cent raise or $1.
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Yo, you wants a sandwich? Jersey Mike's got 'em. Jersey Mike's Franchise Systems operates and franchises more than 400 Jersey Mike's Subs in about 30 states, mostly in the Southeast. (Surprisingly, it has relatively few shops in the Garden State.) The quick-service eateries specialize in hot and cold submarine-style sandwiches, including such staples as Jersey Mike's Famous Philly, Meatball and Cheese, and The Original Italian. Other menu items include wrap-style sandwiches, salads, and sides. Founded in 1956, the Jersey Mike's has been controlled by CEO Peter Cancro since...