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Friendly people, happy environment.
Cashier (Current Employee), winnipegMay 30, 2014
Lots of friendly welcoming people there, and a lot of people there to help if you need it.
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Fun working place with positive people
Tim Horton's (Current Employee), Winnipeg, MBFebruary 28, 2014
Pros: free food, positive co-workers
A typical day at work is fun. Every one there is friendly and willing to help each other if there's a problem or something.
The most enjoyable part of the job is working with my co-workers and doing the job without any problems.
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awesome place to work
1st cook (Current Employee), Vancouver, BCAugust 16, 2012
Pros: able to see all live events
Cons: not steady work
cooking for bc lions and whitecaps, start at 8am work till 4pm , traditional buffet style items,
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productive & fun place to work
Bartender (Current Employee), Winnipeg,MbMarch 23, 2012
Fast paced,energetic,very understanding bosses,friendly staff but the hardest part is dealing with intoxicated patrons.
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Productive always busy and fun
Account Receivable Manager (Former Employee), Washington, DCAugust 20, 2014
Billing, and mailing invoices out. Very productive and busy.
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Concessions and Cashier for San Diego Chargers at the Stadium
Cashier (Current Employee), San Diego, CAAugust 14, 2014
Pros: centerplate founded in 1929, has a professional image
Greet Fans and customers who are on the side of the Chargers, serving food and alcohol. Looking for intoxification cues and factors, checking ids.

Centerplate was established in 1929.
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Maintained,Managed and Motivated staff before Event opening!
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAAugust 11, 2014
Pros: experience of a lifetime witnessing those events, games, happy go lucky always never a dull face in the crowd, interracting with the different types of people all the time.
Cons: rude drunk fans, long hours on my feet, late nights.
Working in a fast paced surroundings already everything going so quick .I learned how to handle two customers at a time, inventory orders at the beginning and end of shift. Learned to PO2 on register for Validation at the end of shift. Cashed out seven or more registers every Event.Learned to be a multi tasker,Be Persuasive and keep up to Companys health – more... and safety guidelines.Cash and Credit transactions,knowledge of refunds to unhappy customers whom I was capable of resolving. – less
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Productive and a great learning experience
Booth Clerk (Former Employee), San Diego, CAAugust 8, 2014
This job consisted of counting inventory and selling items during the San Diego Charger's games. I learned how to be an effective seller and become an inventory specialist. The hardest part of the job is working in the sun. The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with passionate fans.
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Fun place to work
Office Manager (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INAugust 4, 2014
I worked with comedians every week, this was fun and exciting because they were from all over so it was nice to meet new people.
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Long hours and short hours
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Columbia, SCAugust 1, 2014
during football season I was pulling 70 hour weeks, then afterwards I had at least a week of no work at all; then back up to about 20 hour weeks. Some parts of the year are better than others. Co workers were all really great, easy to get a long with. The downside to this job is there isn't a whole lot of room for improvement, I would consider taking – more... this position as a temporary gig. – less
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Productive and fun work environment. Great co-workers.
Cook (Current Employee), South Bend InJuly 30, 2014
Pros: get to see shows for free
Cons: sometimes several events going on at a time.
my job is always fun and exciting we get in and get the work done and go home. I work with awesome coworkers and we always work together.
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Great Workplace
Manager (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOJuly 29, 2014
Dynamic individual with excellent communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with a diverse group of customers, including children of all ages, supervisors and management in a variety of employment settings. Team oriented works and trains well with others in an effort to accomplish a common goal and maintain a harmonious work environment. – more... Money handling skills, attention to detail, organized and precise in all financial transactions. Committed to professional customer service. – less
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Great company for a young worker
Catere/Merchandiser (Former Employee), St. Petersburg, FLJuly 25, 2014
Good place to work, inconsistent hours though. Great for a seasonal job.
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Good place to work but poor management
team lead (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDJuly 8, 2014
Pros: great benifits, free employee meals
Cons: less than 30 hrs a week
A typical day at work is like working at any other retail work enviroment you're basically standing for a long period of time giving the best service as possible, dealing with all sorts of customers some nice and some very rude. The important thing that i learned is that the customer is always right and you have to do your very best to fix whatever – more... the problem is to please the customer (aim to please) and to create a memoriable experience. The management there is pretty unfair because they use favortism and age inorder to decide who leads opose to who can actually handle the job.The hardest part of the job would be working around unfriendly and selfish co-workers and managers because it causes a very stressful enviroment. However, the most enjoyable part of the job would be being able to just be yourself , getting the chance to connect and bond with the customers and making them laugh. – less
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a good part time job
Bartender (Current Employee), New Orleans,LAJuly 6, 2014
Its an ok environment. It is a very fast pased job. There are many oppourti=unities to meet new people. Everyday at work is a different expereience.
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Food Preparation Worker (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAJuly 4, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: bad people to work with
Centerplate is ok company to work with.
I learned people complain over work that doesn't pay much.
Co workers are very pushy for a job that pays very low.
Hardest part of job is just organizing all the food.
Most enjoyable part of job is seeing the crowd and the awesome atmosphere of the baseball stadium.
Typical day of work involves arriving punctual – more... to work, wearing the appropriate uniform and arriving to the assigned stand and once you arrive their you clock in and I begin preparing food for the customers to buy. I work for 5 hours, clean up my area and I sign out and I go home. – less
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This is an athletic enviroment, filled with excitement and adventure.
Concessions Supervisor (Current Employee), South Bend, INJuly 3, 2014
Pros: the people that you get to meet.
Cons: no benefits.
Working at an athletic college; where I am a banquet server, I enjoy my job extremely. You have the opportunity to meet so many famous and friendly people. Being able to be in a captain's position I worked with the culinary staff to execute meals in a timely manner. Working as a team with your co-workers to accomplish the same goal. To Serve the Customers – more... and clients with respect, and dignity. The hours are somewhat long, but always gratifying, to know at the end of the day you helped someone find their seat, let them know where the right food or beverage is that they are looking for, and even assist in a medical situation. – less
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Strick guidelines that are up held in a enjoyable atmosphere
Manager/Bartender (Current Employee), Denver, COJuly 2, 2014
Great place to work, on a typicall day the bar needs to be set from scrach and ready for customers in two hours. The bar then serves for an allowed period of time. During this time I service customers as well as due bank drops throughout the shift. Manage other employees to ensure safe alcohol sells. Managment is engaged and there to help whenever needed.
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Performing great customer experience with a smile
Concessions Cashier (Current Employee), San Francisco, CAJune 25, 2014
Pros: tips
Cons: short breaks
Taking customers orders, serving them, and charging them. It is a very positive environment, i love talking to the customers, i have met a lot of great people.
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Being friendly and courteous to customers
Supervisor (Current Employee), Durham, NCJune 19, 2014
Pros: customer-service: interact with customers. being friendly and courteous to customers
Cons: seasonal
Customer-Service: interact with customers. Being friendly and courteous to customers

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