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I have been working at Goodberry's Creamery
Pros – Goodberry's Creamery is a great place to work if all you want is a mediocre job. Pay raises are rare, despite how much you are forced to learn and perform while on the job, but the people you work with are usually quite fun and depending on when you work, it can be very stress-relieving.
Cons – One of the downsides to working at Goodberry's I'd say is the limited room for opportunities to rise. It's a place where you go, do your work, and leave. The opportunity to connect with those around you is very small since you're expected to be doing something at all times. The pay is pretty poor and the prices for everything are quite high. Because of all of this, employee morale is often quite low when coming in to work.
Advice to Senior Management – Stop overcharging customers and underpaying employees. Try showing some compassion rather than only getting upset over things that go wrong.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2008-10-17 07:39 PDT
I worked at Goodberry's Creamery full-time for less than a year
Pros – There are really no pros
Cons – For all managers this is totally not the place for you. There places are run down and look like a trash pit and they started in 1988 and stayed in the 80"s. You will work six days a week and will get so worn out that you will not be able to do anything on your one day off. The owner will not treat you like an adult but more like a child. They do not recycle at all and dont know what the word going green is.
Advice to Senior Management – dont work here is the best advice i could give anyone.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-11-18 14:38 PST
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