VICORP Restaurants Reviews

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Hazem Ouf
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  • It was a great opportunity for me to grow as a manager and learn as much as possible in the restaurant industry.

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    Former Employee - Manager in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Manager in San Diego, CA
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    Salary was decent Bonuses were accessible Medical and dental benefits were good Good 401K


    Long hours, no permanent schedule, no weekends off Hard to schedule vacation time and can only take one week at a time Vision insurance was a joke

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    Show a little more appreciation to employees Listen to management ideas

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at VICORP Restaurants in July 2010.


    I was contacted by the department Manager and we discussed my qualifications for the job as well as the requirements to be able to come in for a second in person interview. My qualifications did not match those needed for a second interview, therefore we decided that I should pursue a career in a different field.

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Headquarters Denver, CO
Size Unknown
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors DineEquity, Denny's

This company keeps its eyes on the pies. VICORP Restaurants operates and franchises more than 260 family-style restaurants in about 25 states. Its flagship Village Inn chain is popular for its breakfast menu and pies, while VICORP's Bakers Square chain is known mostly for its selection of fresh-baked pies. (The eateries also serve lunch and dinner.) About 180 restaurants are company-owned, while the rest are run by franchisees. The company's VICOM subsidiary manufactures pies at three commercial bakeries; it also sells some pies to third-party customers. Founded ... More

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