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22 days ago

Store General Manager

AG Ferrari Berkeley, CA +3 locations

The Store Manager must have strong supervisory and management skills and excellent customer service skills. Effective oral and written skills… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Marketing Coordinator

AG Ferrari Alameda, CA

The Marketing Coordinator will report to and support our Executive Director of Marketing. This role will play a critical part in the management and… ClickCast

22 days ago

Sales Supervisor

AG Ferrari Berkeley, CA +3 locations

We value the learning experience and provide continuous on-site training to help you expand your knowledge of food, wine and service. An impressive… ClickCast

22 days ago

Sales Associate

AG Ferrari Oakland, CA +3 locations

We value the learning experience and provide continuous on-site training to help you expand your knowledge of food, wine and service. An impressive… ClickCast

28 days ago

Delivery Driver & Warehouse Employee

AG Ferrari Alameda, CA

The Delivery Driver & Warehouse employee is responsible for the safe, timely delivery of orders to our (6) store locations, catering deliveries and… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Line Cook

AG Ferrari Alameda, CA

The Line Cook must accurately and efficiently cook meats, fish, vegetables, soups and other hot food products as well as prepare and portion food… ClickCast

16 days ago

Prep Cook

AG Ferrari Alameda, CA

Our organization is looking for an individual who is committed to uncompromising excellence with a strong attention to… AG Ferrari

16 days ago

Kitchen Porter/ Dishwasher

AG Ferrari Alameda, CA

• If a hiring manager should contact you, information regarding your application may come from an email address that your email provider may not… AG Ferrari

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A.G. Ferrari Reviews

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    The epitome of corporate investors ruining another family business.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at A.G. Ferrari full-time (Less than a year)


    This whole review is for their corporate office/kitchen in Alameda, not the retail stores. They will offer you a good wage, a good schedule, a good ego stroke, a bonus structure that sounds great but you will never see a bonus and you will soon be working on your days off (for zero compensation) because they cant rehire people as fast as they indiscriminately let them go and the praise for working extra to get the job done is few & fair between or generally nonexistent. If you want to dissuade someone from working in the food industry, this is the place.


    Bad insurance (always a promise that they are getting better but it never materializes). No 401K (really?? Also, a promise for one but never happens). 10-12 hour days are the norm if youre on salary. Many people work 7 days straight with no day off on top of their normal schedule (so 10-12 day weeks are common) & once you do that, they will expect that each & every time they are short-handed, which is very often. When you tell them that they need to hire more people to replace the ones they just fired, they will tell you that you just need to work more...again, for no compensation. They will offer you alot of money to come work for them & once youre in & fix everything thats wrong with them, they will let you go. Its the standard story youve heard 100 times; investors "save" family business that filed bankruptcy (twice), hire talent from local high-end markets & restaurants to "be a part of the team and grow the business", once the experienced people set everything up & put all the processes in place, they will let them go, for no reason whatsoever, they have done that with many people that set up their kitchen and all their processes. That leaves nobody to run the place but inexperienced & overworked grunts. They have no passion for food, no care for their employees (see above regarding insurance/401K/schedule), no compassion for overworked employees and absolutely no remorse when they decide to eliminate your position. Absolutely zero consideration for the balance of life/work, there is no balance, they expect you to drop your whole life because they cant keep good people. They frequently "clean-house" where they will fire all their store managers (and sometimes all the staff, just look at their Careers link) & rehire cheaper, inexperienced people so theres a constant state of training people, if thats not a prime example of poor upper management and greed, Im not sure what is. This is exactly the kind of place that gives the food service business a bad name. Ive been in this business a long time, this place will not survive under this management for long and will probably kill the AG Ferrari name for good. And please get Mr Fearrari off the this page as the CEO, youre just dragging his name through the mud... Jarett Peppard, hes the new CEO.

    Advice to Management

    More of advice to their corporate investors, fire EVERYONE that has a "C" in front of their title, sell everything, give the money to your overworked employees, close the doors & let the AG Ferrari name rest in peace. Seriously, you can hear the funeral bell tolling in the distance...Castro store is closing & you are trying to hire managers for each & every store? Wow, you guys are circling the drain, why bring so many good & passionate people down with you?

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