Mission: A loaf of bread in every arm®
I have been working at Panera Bread part-time (Less than a year)
Everyone will work with you if you need help during busy and or slow times are jobs always get done
Employees don’t get free meals , hours get cut to much and for the work we do I don’t think we get paid enough!
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Panera Bread.
I submitted an online application and received a call within 3 days where I scheduled an interview with the shift supervisor. He told me to come in between 3-4 and I did have to wait for him once I arrived but multiple employees offered me things to drink and were friendly. After the interview which maybe lasted 10 minutes he said I would need an interview with the manager who does the actual training and such. This was Tuesdayand I got my second interview for Friday which isn't too long of a wait but I'm still not sure why I needed a second one but that's their protocol clearly. When the manager arrived he hadnt looked at my resume and it was much busier so I felt a tad uncomfortable with everyone listening in to my interview. After 5 minutes the phone was ringing and he said he would be right back. While waiting for him which was at least 5 minutes a lady who had overheard me urged me to schedule an interview at her workplace (LOL) and he came back and said he could offer me the job today. (which I guess is why he went to the back but he seemed to be doing lots of things and I felt weird waiting there) he told me I would get an email where I had to fill out SSN and other info and that after a few days when it went through the system he would call and would schedule my orientation which takes about 2 hours he said and to bring banking Info and passport. they were the fastest to reply to my online applications and a fairly good hiring process.