Store Supervisor (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, Canada – 20 January 2017
I started as a part time work, and ended as full time with in a month, as the company was really good that they were willing to train their employees in all functional areas. (interested staffs only, Full time)
my daily routine at work as a kitchen person was to make pasta, sauce, salads, and other condiments. later they thought me to make pizzas as well and maintaining the quality of service is a must and working hard at all times. I was then given the charge the charge of the whole outlet as I was knowing everything about the outlet and how to run it, even if the superiors are not available.
Good place and management was really good and understanding helping, motivating.
Café Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 January 2017
I would greatly recommend Gateway Casinos & Entertainment as the first employer to anyone seeking a career in the hospitality industry. Working here at the Grand Villa Casinos Food Court was a great experience.~
I worked in Sbarro for an year and I was not happy with the managment that is the reason i am looking for another job
Regional Kitchen Training Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 February 2015
I started working in Sbarro as a cook and , slowly slowly after gaining my experience , i became the regional training manager in the kitchen , but the work enviorment got disturbed ,due to which it became to to work in there.And moreover , wheather you work in kitchen or anywhere , you are paid the basic salory (minimum wage )
Kitchen helper (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 October 2014
I worked at Sbarro for 3 months and I hated it. I was one of two kitchen helpers (one of which had only 1 3-hour shift per week) and ran the whole kitchen and did everything but make pizza for the entire store. I quit after telling my boss I needed 4 days off for a leadership camp and he failed to tell me he was going to Calgary for a week within the same time as my trip. The other guy that I mentioned never picked up his phone. So I quit after he told me I couldn't go. He also barely spoke english and I am pretty sure we broke about 1,000 health and safety laws every day.
Cashier, Server, Cleaner (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 May 2014
A typical day at work was always busy. I learned many different skills as this was my first job in a food-environment. The only huge problem I encountered was management always picked on me for no reason. The hardest part of the job was multi-tasking for 8 hours straight but the most enjoyable part would probably be taking home free pizza. This was definitely a different experience for me.
Long hours, bad management, not too flexible with my schedule