LaRosa's Inc – Beavercreek, OH
• Ensures preparation areas are clean and well stocked. • Accurately assembles food to be cooked. • Cooks food at proper temperature and… Job Board
LaRosa's Inc – Dayton, OH
• Delivers food orders to guests at their home in a timely manner. • Checks the accuracy of orders before leaving the store on a delivery… Job Board
LaRosa's Inc – Cincinnati, OH
Ensures Guests receive excellent service. The Customer Service Representative places pickup and delivery orders for all LaRosa's pizzerias. This… Job Board
LaRosa's – Cincinnati, OH
Delivers food orders to guests at their home in a timely manner.Checks the accuracy of orders before leaving the store on a delivery.Obeys all… LaRosa's
- Hiring Process was fast and easy - Friday nights (especially during high school football season) = tables all filled meaning great tips - Friends worked there while I did - Mostly all easy tasks that can be completed pretty quickly
- SO UNORGANIZED!!! - Schedule for each week was hand written, barely legible, and it was almost always posted a day before the work week started over. - That “food smell” on your clothes and in your hair after leaving that never really went away until I stopped working there (no matter what I tried to fix it with for both clothes and hair it just always lingered) - To request days off in advance you had to go to the restaurant and hand write the days and reasons then put them on this clipboard which was another unorganized aspect that was just annoying; and half of the time the scheduler(s) didn’t even try to make the schedule fitting for you. - All together, not a hard job (unless you have hard to deal with tables you’re serving), but also not a job you can really count on; both weekly as well as on more “permanent” basis like a couple years or so, it is not a reliable job and you will want a new job before you know it most likely.
Advice to Management
- Try to actually become organized so that the employees can do the job they were hired for; its near impossible to be able to work when you put the schedule up either 1 day before it starts or sometimes even putting it up the day of. That would help solve any problems of being short staffed for really no reason except laziness. - Maybe allow your employees to access online accounts so that they can track their schedule, hours worked, and money earned because then the employees would have solid evidence of their earnings, which would take away the HUGE problem of not being paid the correct amount (for almost every single paycheck too…). - Hopefully the management has stepped it up and fixed these things because they made everything so much harder than it should be and most employees can’t keep up with a business set up like that. - Also, make sure you don’t hire every single applicant so the you don’t end up with a staff that is way too big where most people working don’t care or do anything while on the clock; instead actually at least try and use good judgment when hiring or actually firing people who do nothing.