Assistant General Manager (Former Employee), Saint Cloud, MN – December 6, 2013
Pros: time and a half after 40 hours.
Cons: too many to list.
Unsafe working conditions. Misrepresentation of hours and benefits. Misrepresentation of my position and plans for me in the company. Hostile work environment. No problem resolution at all in upper management. I could go on but that should tell you enough.
server/cashier (Former Employee), dayton ohio – September 30, 2013
Pros: free pizza
Cons: poor managment
I worked at sbarro for two year ran the whole store, my co-managers were awesome but all the general managers were just there to collect a pay check and made everyone life terrible. they expect everything but will put off raises no matter what.
Shift Supervisor (Current Employee), Richmond, VA – September 3, 2013
Overall I I have had a plesent expperience with Sbarro. I initally started as a pizza cook and was quickly developed into a shift supervisor. In that rool I was responsible for assisting in the cost control thruout the store. I helped to maintain inventory, labor, and sales during my shift. I assisted in the staffing and training of employees. Managed – more... scheduled shifts and helped to maintain a positive work environment. I was responsible for solving work related issues and helping to make the store and management better. Now i am ready to move on to a bigger roll and take on more responsibility. – less
General Manager June of 2011 (Former Employee), Salina, KS – August 25, 2013
I generally worked anywhere from 50-60 hours weekly with Sbarro, which at times was hard; having one day off & with those hours it did not mean much time for family or other activities. A typical day at work started with prepping and opening front and back line while attending to my morning paperwork duties as manager. Food was made fresh & served hot – more... with the hospitality customers deserved in order to create satisfaction & customer returns. I managed anywhere from 2-5 employees daily assigning tasks to keep my eatery in orderly operation while keeping the eatery cleaned, organized, & maintained. I loved my team I worked with; the biggest achievement was including everyone to make sure it was a team effort & no employee felt left out. I learned everything from leadership & hospitality to management operations.duties & ServSafe certification. The most enjoyable part of the job was a sense of responsibility not only running a restaurant but being responsible for the future succcesses of others. – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Eau Claire, WI – August 19, 2013
Not a bad place for a job but not necessarily a career. I gained a lot of good management experience that will help me in the future however there is not much room for advancement and management is not compensated very well.
Cook (Former Employee), Hickory, NC – May 20, 2013
I enjoyed working at Sbarro for the simple reason that i enjoy working with the public and they enjoy me back. Management was terrible and if you needed a day off in advance you couldn't get it or you would lose your job.