I worked at Kneaders Bakery & Cafe part-time (Less than a year)
The pay was decent for a young student. Depending on your position the schedule could be flexible.
Depending on your position the schedule may not be flexible. Sometimes the smell can get old since you smell it constantly.
Advice to Management
My only real advice for the management would be to teach the employees more. I think that I could have felt better there if I had known how to do more things.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Kneaders Bakery & Cafe (Las Vegas, NV).
I arrived a few minutes early and waited for one of the interviewers to be free. When one interviewee left I wasn't called over or anything I had to walk up and say I was there for an interview. I had an interview with one of the partners of the location (it was the locations grand opening in a week so they were just getting a crew together) inside the cafe. Other people were being interviewed around me just scattered around the cafe. The interview was 10 minutes and I was asked a few questions. As long as you are confident and attentive everything should be fine. I was told I'm a very good candidate for the cafe and was sent on my way.
No wage mentioned during interview. We were told in an email that we'd be paid 8.25 you can get an automatic raise by passing the menu test the first try
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