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Sbarro Reviews

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    Current Employee - Shift Supervisor  in  Dearborn, MI
    Current Employee - Shift Supervisor in Dearborn, MI

    I have been working at Sbarro full-time for more than 5 years


    The pros are working with people constantly We are like a family at Sbarro and our customers are like relatives that are coming over to eat so we try to give every one a since of fun and suggest meal ideas that we ourselves have tried we give free items daily through promotions we have contests with other stores


    Rotated schedules, long shifts, favoritism develops which can effect promotions, in the later years Sbarro has become a push push push sales environment breaking away from the family environment it used to be the company has financial troubles that leads to few raises I haven't received mine for four years

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    Less sales pushing if the products are made right the customers will comeback the pushing only makes them go away

Sbarro Interviews

Updated Jun 3, 2014
Updated Jun 3, 2014

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Getting an Interview


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Interview Difficulty




    Hospitality Team Member Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  San Diego, CA
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Diego, CA
    Interview Details

    I applied in person and was called a few hours later to come in for an interview the following evening. This company was the third interview I had ever had, so I was a bit nervous. I interviewed with the general manager and the process was extremely strange. He didn't really ask me anything of value -- other than what I go to school for and what my career plans were. Other than that, all he did was talk about himself and what the position requires. I was offered a job on the spot and was taken into the store to do my background check and fill out new-hire paperwork. I was really iffy about the job and the professionalism of the management, but I took it anyways because I was a desperate first-year, broke college student. I started that weekend.

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    I asked for $8.00/hr on my application, but the manager told me he would pay $8.50.
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Headquarters Melville, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1956
Type Company - Private
Industry Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Sbarro lends an Italian flavor to that great American innovation, the shopping mall. The company operates and franchises nearly 1,000 cafeteria-style Italian-food stands across the US and about 40 other countries. Serving pizza, pasta entrees, and salads, Sbarro's units are typically found in high-traffic locations, such as malls, airports, and toll-road rest areas. Roughly 500 of the locations are company-owned, while the rest of the chain is operated by franchisees. The late Gennaro Sbarro, with his wife Carmela, started the business in 1956; the Sbarro family sold the... More

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