Work Experience (Former Employee), Parabanks – May 22, 2015
Pros: Good hours, friendly environment.
Cons: Spontaneous shifts.
I was employed as a casual sales assistant so I worked miscellaneous shifts. I did however work quite a lot of hours, up to 38 hours a week. My co-workers and managers were very respectful and communicated well.
Customer service (Former Employee), ballarat, VIC – April 26, 2015
Baker Delight was my first job as a teenager. and it was fantastic, my co-workers were great to work with and learn from, you got to interact with different people on a day to day basis through customers coming in and out of the store.
I learnt how to operate and balance a til, I was able to open up the shop, learnt how to do stock orders and balancing of products
Baker (Former Employee), Sydney, NSW – February 14, 2015
Pros: free drinks
Cons: 8-10 hours
While working at night is always very harder than working at day time. I find it very different. Sometimes you fall into sleep while working. You have to work at 250-300 degree temperature. So i have to be careful all the time to be safe.
I worked on the register selling different types of bread, I had a wide range of product knowledge and used good customer service skills. I enjoyed seeing regular customers and catching up with them. I was a 'shift manager' training the new people, filled forms about balancing the tills, stocked the shelves and fridge, and i also closed u pthe shop at the end of the night. I learnt how to deal with people while I was in a senior position. The management changed halfway through my time working there, a young couple started and i got along really well with them and the rest of the staff. The hardest part of the job was when the customers complained about the prices or the way the bread was cooked and us sale assistants van not do anything about it. The most enjoyable was the regular customers and friendly team members at Bakers Delight.
Sales Assistant (Current Employee), Rockingham, Western Australia – January 13, 2015
Pros: understanding management
Cons: limited hours
Bakers Delight was my first job, and I have remained here as I advanced, and finally graduated High School as well as begun my time at University. It is a good starting place for employment and many important and fundamental skills were taught here, that I will continue to carry through to every work experience I have in my life.
Retail Assistant (Former Employee), Penrith, NSW – November 4, 2014
Pros: obtaining a cert 2 in retail operations
A typical day at work was front of house customer service and cleaning of the shop once closed. I learnt a lot from this job, I was only working there for 2 months and they offered me a Certificate 2 in Retail Operations so I learnt a lot about OH&S and customer service. I completed that certificate early as I really enjoyed doing it. I didn't find this job hard at all. I was excited to be working as it was my first job after leaving school.
sales and customer service (Former Employee), Sydney, NSW – October 12, 2014
My co-workers were friendly from the start and supported me throughout my time working for bakers delight while the management always informed on new promotions or events as well as providing me with training that would in the future help me deal with issues that arose during my shifts. The most enjoyable part on the job was the people that worked there, they were welcoming and always willing to help. The hardest part of the job would be the early morning shifts. Throughout my time working in Bakers Delight i was taught how to use the cash register, deal with customers, calculate stock and overall communicate with the customers.
Apprentice Baker (Former Employee), Perth, WA – July 22, 2014
Great Job but unstable within management. Having been a young apprentice I was left several times with no trades person on site (in store) to lead the team in delivery goods for the morning. In which I worked myself in over taking and leading before the Apprenticeship Board took over