I have been working at Amici's East Coast Pizzeria (More than a year)
Great training, supportive managers who help on the floor when you need them, flexiblity to pick up shifts at other stores and you can also get your shift covered by employees at other stores which is great when you need a shift covered. No tipping out! Free food!!! I was part time so I'm not sure about benefits.
I really did not find many cons working here. I didn't like the set schedule, it sucks if you were scheduled on a Saturday night and then Sunday day because that is your schedule for the quarter. Obviously it's hard to get a Sunday covered so you are kinda screwed. No free breadsticks also sucked!
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Amici's East Coast Pizzeria (Danville, CA).
Very quick and direct. As an interviewee you almost always feel if the place is right for you. I had Marlex interview me. He's quite the guy with a excellent work ethic and very understanding personality. He allowed me to ask questions about Amici's, their work ethic and asked me what had interested me in the position available.
They stated an hourly wage, my position, and the hours that were available. Then they gave me the option to start at certain times depending on my school schedule.
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