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The job training was very quick and did not prepare employees very well.
I was lucky enough to get more thorough training, but for the most part, it was very unofficial and unorganized and still a lot of things were unclear since I was relatively new and my coworkers were angry at me for making any mistake and they treated me as if I did not do my job correctly and one of them even told me straight out that I did not do my job correctly.
Job Training is usually done by an experienced Team Member or Shift Lead. The manager will oversee the process and will give advice when needed.
they dont train well
You get training but the words and descriptions are very vague and you have to pick it all up yourself and they expect you to be good in a few days time.
It's paid job training. The downside is the low pay you get you for all the hard work you're putting in; you should ask yourself is it really worth it ?
They have you come in for paid training. You will learn how to frost cakes, close and open, and prepare orders. They do have strict and high standards for how their cakes look. It can be very confusing and frustrating at first but they just want to make the cakes look as perfect as possible.
Try to be trained from the best otherwise, if your cakes look like crap and you think they look okay, you won't know for months to come.
Several weeks of job training for froster and baker.