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I have been working at Schlotzsky's full-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
i have been working for schlotzskys for just over 2 1/2 months. Im already looking into a higher wage and looking at traveling and training other stores that are going to be opening across the country but seriously with just a little hard work and showing your gm your worthwhile to advance in the company it will be no problem for you.
Quitter shouldn't work at this job because people who quit this job are probably never going to find a better opportunity to make a substantial income just after 3 years of work.
Advice to Management
I would advise you to keep your eyes open wider for prospects in management more often people would be more inclined to stay and keep working hard.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Schlotzsky's (Hapeville, GA) in July 2014.
I applied for this job on July 22nd and scheduled an interview on the 24th. I only had one interview with one of the two managers (they are a married couple). I was asked about my job experience and what I had knowledge of, as well as, if I were up for certain challenges that weren't so appealing (cleaning bathrooms). We talked about my education and how I could possibly be working while I am in college. I believe the interview itself was fairly easy I suggest using eye contact almost all of the time. If you are uncomfortable with eye contact you might not get the position because it was used the entire duration of the interview. Speak clearly and don't be nervous the managers are people you can talk to!
- I didn't find any of the questions asked extremely difficult or ones that caught me off guard at all. Answer Question
There was no negotiation, I believe everyone starts at 7.50, a quarter more than the minimum wage for Georgia.
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This chain makes its bread selling sandwiches. Schlotzsky's operates a chain of more than 350 deli sandwich shops worldwide (in Texas, 34 other US states, and in four other countries). The eateries offer a selection of toasted sandwiches, wrap-style sandwiches, and paninis, along with gourmet pizzas, salads, and dessert items. Most locations are franchised; some include bakeries, coffee bars, and computers with free Internet access. The Schlotzsky's chain was founded in 1971 by Don Dissman. It is owned by private-equity firm Roark Capital Group through that firm's FOCUS...