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Food and Beverage Company with great advancement opportunities
Executive Sous Chef (Current Employee), Seattle, WAMarch 13, 2014
Pros: excellent benefits packages
Cons: loads of work hours
Delaware North Companies is an amazing company to work for with excellent advancement opportunities.
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worse expiriance ever
Restaurant Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CAMarch 11, 2014
Pros: learning expiriance
went with the impression of working 40 hours a week first to weeks I did then it went down to 35hrs and after two months I worked two moths straight 2 day a week I work graveyard shifts for the company with regular pay because the city was going to work at the restaurants doing fire alarm repairs and also when we had movie shoots and all those times – more... they paid me regular pay I took a class to teach guest path for the company to all the new hires and still my pay was the same they take advantage of their supervisors and their managers and even when you go above and beyond for the company – less
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same
BANQUETS AND FOOD COURT KITCHEN SUPERVISOR (Current Employee), Durant OKMarch 4, 2014
Banquets supervisor, head of all caterings in establishment.
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Fast paced
Hospitality Casual position (Former Employee), Wembley, ENGMarch 1, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: long hours
Ideal for students, irregular shifts. Employed by Delaware North Companies though the majority of shifts will go to agency staff.
Previously worked in the catering industry, therefore managed to brush up skills in hospitality front of house positions. Typical day consists of polishing cutlery, laying tables. If book for an event, table service to a – more... high standard and bar work.
The management staff are friendly and very helpful. This is not a difficult job as most duties are briefed, if you are know the the management you will be required to work on your initiative. – less
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Great fringe benefits; meeting celebrities.
Cashier (Former Employee), Austin, TXFebruary 27, 2014
Pros: free lunches, union, great customers.
Cons: non union management, overnight shift
Great pay, excellent benefits, fellow employees great to work with. Management needs to learn communication skills.
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lively enviroment, provides good exposure
Retail Assistant (concessions) (Part-time) (Current Employee), London, ENGFebruary 10, 2014
Pros: good experience
Cons: less pay more responsibilities
great and friendly social environment to work in. It is very challenging and enthusiastic job. It requires you to handle millions of football fans. it very well organised.
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Productive and fun place to work good co workers
Barback/Bartender (Current Employee), San Diego, CAFebruary 10, 2014
Pros: free lunch, discount in merchandaise, free tickets to basseball games
Is a good place to work you meet a lot of people and the work is pro active
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Very demeaning work enviroment
Commissary Supervisor (Former Employee), ABAI Austin TXFebruary 7, 2014
Pros: good health insurance
Cons: all around bad place to work. major turn overs with employees
Do not work here. Poor management. Demanding hours with no relief.
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productive work environment
Hostess/Cashier/Stand Attendant (Current Employee), Farmington, NYFebruary 5, 2014
6 to 8.5 hour shifts.
Hostess/Cashier/Stand Attendant (12/13-Present…full time/2012-2013…Seasonal-summer)
Greet customers, seat customers and wait tables as required. Work cash register and assist with operations of the restaurant and racino.
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fun place to work
Retail Assistant Manager (Former Employee), detroit metro airpotFebruary 1, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: employee bus and tsa
good place to work, management was ok and willing to work with you.
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HARD WORKING ASSOCIATES
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee), PROGRESSIVE STADIUMJanuary 27, 2014
Pros: paid lunch; flexible work schedule
Cons: compensation
MEETING LIQUOR SCHEDULES FOR THE DIFFERENT CLUBS IN STADIUM; DIRECT MANAGER IS VERY POSITIVE; CO-WORKERS ARE HARD WORKERS. MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF JOB IS MEETING SCHEDULE GOALS ON TIME.
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VERY GOOD COMPANY TO WORK FOR
Janitorial (Current Employee), Niagara Falls, NYJanuary 18, 2014
Pros: the bosses don't haress u
Cons: no benefits
SEASONAL JOB WHICH I LIKE WORKING AT THE PARK. MEET PEOPLE FROM ALLOVER THE WORLD AND THEY R VERY FRIENDLY.
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A very enjoyable work environment.
Documentation Specialist (Former Employee), Buffalo, NYJanuary 6, 2014
Cons: this was a temporary position.
I enjoyed working at Delaware North, the work was challenging and that I was accomplishing and completing my duties.

It was a very productive environment. My co-workers were very helpful in assisting me to complete my project, and I learned a great deal regarding processing payroll and employee benefits, what is involved in the behind the scenes process. – more... Management was very helpful in directing me as to whom I should contact for any additional needs that I might need regarding policies, the construction of the new screens and how I could access them to test.

I was hoping that this would have turned into a permanent position. – less
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Project Engineer II Overview
Project Engineer II (Current Employee), Buffalo, NYDecember 18, 2013
Pros: quarterly lunch
Cons: compensation, communications, project management, healthcare, 60+ hours a week
A typical day to day job function is supporting over 100 sites with our enterprise systems. I also managed multiple projects in parallel to meet deliverable for new site implementation, and new technology standards. As a company meet PCI requirements and standardization for sites and corporate offices. Develop new solutions for clients to emphasize – more... an agile infrastructure while cutting costs of business to save for clients. Worked day to day with VMware and best practices to build our corporate data center as well as remote data centers for multiple properties.

Developed a Enterprise architecture around Citrix, VMWare, EMC SAN, HP Data Protector, Cisco, and HP. We worked towards a hybrid cloud solution working closely with vendors and managing vendor projects for new site implementation.

Developed Citrix farm for corporate and field systems to meet application and VDI needs.

I have greatly expanded my knowledge in VMware, Citrix, and Documentation to provide an agile envronment.

The most difficult part of the day is the lack of leadership providing quality of life and balance between work. There is consistent reorganization of the IT department causing multiple staff changing. – less
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very productive and fun place to work
Bartender/Runner (Former Employee), buffalo,nyDecember 16, 2013
Pros: free meals, free hot chococlate
Cons: no cons
the most enjoyable part of my job was being able to watch parts of the sabres games live, and not paying for them
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busy multicultural place to work
Server (Former Employee), Houston, TXDecember 7, 2013
Pros: free luches
Cons: no benefits till after 6 months
Mostly busy all day, I got to meet people from all over the world,
co-workers were okay some nice some not but its a job. management was lacking mostly just bossy, but they're were one or two who I really liked. Hardest part of the job was busing my own tables especially when it got crazy busy. Best part was walking away with at least $150 a day.
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Super fun and fast-paced. Great as a second job.
Retail Associate/ Vendor (Current Employee), East Rutherford, NJDecember 2, 2013
Pros: only once a week, good pay, newly offered healthcare, fun
Cons: only once a week, super long work days occasionally (one time i worked for 19 hours)
The main and probably best difference between working here and working at a normal retail location is that the people you are dealing with are fans and not merely customers. They have come to your venue to have a great time. Therefore, there are a lot less headaches than there would be at your basic retail store. We are trained and constantly drilled – more... with GuestPath (certain customer service protocol), so all of my co-workers and I are always on our A-game. Since I was one of the first people hired for retail at this stadium, I have high seniority, meaning that I get called in to work outside of the football season for events like concerts, soccer games, and things like that. Usually for these smaller events, I get to work as a vendor and earn commission, which is often more than what I would make getting paid hourly. I get the best of both worlds because of my seniority, which I believe is very fair because it's like a perk for staying with the company for so long. They seems to hire new supervisors every season and I have noticed that they may not be trained as properly as they could be. On quite a few occasions, I have had to teach supervisors what they should already know, and I'm just an associate! This was perfect for me when I was in college because events are usually only once a week. – less
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a learning curve
commis chef (Former Employee), glasgowNovember 19, 2013
i enjoyed delaware as it was my break into the cheffing industry
improved my knife skills ,speed ,cooking ,running a pass,hygiene,date rotation etc
couldnt of asked for a better first start
team game everyone worked together
great management team
the most enjoyable part of the job was being there working in a team and learning new things.
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Great work atmosphere
Concessions Supervisor/Night Auditor (Former Employee), Frisco, TXNovember 13, 2013
Pros: fun and fast paced
Cons: outside in the heat and seasonal positon
Typical work day consisted of doing inventory on concessions stand and to make sure attendees were properly managing the stand. I learned how to balance concession stands and portables and what it takes to get ready for different events. Management was great as well as the co-workers. The hardest part was dealing with the heat because it is an outside – more... facility. The most enjoyable part was getting to meet new people and learning the sport of baseball. – less
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High Volume
Assitant Manager (Current Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FLNovember 4, 2013
It is important to make sure everyone is in place. Make sure we have enough product, supplies, and equipment is working. Checking product to verify it is all up to date and safe for public consumption. Watch the levels of product and order next days deliveries. Make sure staff takes proper breaks. Fix POS issues as they come up. Greet guests and answer – more... questions. Meeting and talking with staff and guests to learn, compensate, and react to the changing needs of the airport and guests is the most interesting part of working here. – less

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