Steak n Shake – Sedalia, MO
The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, be able to retain menu item information, meet basic math and reading requirements, have… Snagajob
Steak n Shake – Athens, GA
We have a full-time/part-time opening for a Grill Associates. Must be able to work various shifts per week. • Be authorized to work in the… Snagajob
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I worked at Steak n Shake part-time (Less than a year)
There was nothing good about this job.
I applied to be a waitress, but they asked if I'd be willing to start out on drive thru and they could train me to switch over and become a waitress after a month or so. I found out later that they never had any intention of following through with this, and they only paid me $7.25/hr when my previous drive-thru job of over a year started me at $7.50/hr. They only give a 40% employee discount, though most other places offer at least a 50% discount, if not free meals altogether. They also charged us for soft drinks, which no other fast food employers I or my friends have worked for did. I was often assigned to do 4 different employee's tasks because they were lazy, management didn't want to tell them to do their jobs, and I made the mistake of working my hardest from the beginning. I quit the job because a non-management coworker would constantly berate me for not consistently dropping my tasks every time he wanted me to do his work for him, and management would be present for all of it and say nothing. The kitchen area was always disgusting, smelled of rotting food, and was infested with roaches. The bananas for the Real Fruit milkshakes were usually rotten, but we were instructed to use them anyway instead of advising the customer that we didn't have usable ingredients for those shakes.
Advice to Management
Pay wages consistent with other nearby competitors and prior work experience, don't hire someone for jobs they don't want under the false pretense that they can move up to the position they do want, make lazy employees work, don't expect hard-working employees to pick up the slack for said lazy employees, don't turn a blind eye to harassment in the workplace, call an exterminator, and stop serving customers rotten food.