Co-workers seem friendly enough, it can keep a bored person busy, up to $5 in food and drinks are free daily. Leaves your days pretty free, especially if you work part time and start in the morning.
Managers are too busy to train, and depending on you and your learning style and their training style, whatever they throw out till not be enough for you. Unrealistic expectations; it feels like they want you to just get it right away due to them being so busy. Lack of breaks. Physically demanding work.
Advice to Management
Communicate with each other when training an new employee. Have a consistent training schedule. We do not like to be pulled by multiple people in multiple ways and told by each one that what we're doing is wrong, and then get the flack for it. Ease up a bit on new trainees, we're new, we don't know what we're doing.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Paris Baguette.
The manager was straightforward, clear, and concise. She made known that the they were looking for a hardworker. They were also looking for long-term employees. She also gave examples of tasks that had to be performed during working hours.
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