scooper and cone maker (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 8 March 2017
it was a fun working at marble slab creamery with the amazing partners. making the customized ice creams with the customers desire, was the fun part. i love to talk to customers at work place and i knew that i did a really good job when i saw the great smile on customers face. i really like making cones and dipping those cones into chocolate to make them look more tasty.
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 23 February 2017
i learned how to make cake and ice cream and I am very greatful for this. I also learn how to provide best customer service. moreover, I like to work there because it is very interesting place in Canada.
Manager (Former Employee) – Ontario – 14 February 2017
A great place to work to learn customer service. Customers are usually quite happy to be coming in for ice cream so there are very few issues. A very pleasant environment where employees learn some unique skills such as making ice cream and cake decorating.
Ice Cream Server (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 February 2017
I worked part-time for part of high school. The shifts were fine, for the most part. There were sections of time (multiple weeks) where we didn't have popular flavours. The list of things to order kept growing. It was very disorganized.
Franchise Owner (Current Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 21 January 2017
Different experience and business. Its has been great. We bring smile to the customers. Long day of work and they come here to have some dessert, for sure we bring final touch to their successful day at work or end of the dinner out with family or friends.
Production Manager (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 12 December 2016
Marble Slab Creamery could be an awesome place to work at but it just isnt. Bad administration, not enough employees during the summer (busiest time of the year) and nothing to do during the cold months.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 6 September 2016
First off, I worked at an extremely busy location during Summer/Christmas time.
The managers and owners are flexible with your scheduling as long as you had valid reasons for never being able to work certain days or times, they always accommodated my schedule requests during my school year and even during summer again, as long as you requested time in advance.
The hours are solid with an average of 15~20 hours a week depending on your desire.
The salary is bare bones minimum wage but includes tips.
The work does get monotonous and boring, but that is remedied by your coworkers.
Overall I would recommend this place to someone looking for their first job or has a strange work schedule.
Server (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 June 2016
The management abuses the younger workers by not giving them breaks during 6+ hour shifts. The co-workers are hardworking people and the customers are usually pretty average. This is not the ideal job if you are a part-time worker as booking time off is a pain and you are ostracized in the workplace for not adhering to every last whim of the boss.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 June 2016
Most of the equipment we are given to use if either broken or nearly broken. The work setting is unsanitary as I have personally seen ants crawling around, and employees have no where to put there personal belongings but on the floor beside the freezers. Severely understaffed, employees would struggle to meet consumer demand.