A Bread Affair
Happiness score is 60 out of 100
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About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
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    A Bread Affair website

A BREAD AFFAIR was conceived by a passion for great bread. Our organic-certified artisan breads are lovingly made in small batches by the hands of our skilled artisan bakers, without preservatives, using slow fermentation to coax the flavours out of each and every loaf.

We have searched locally, across Canada and the world, to source what we believe are the best and purest ingredients. From the farm to our hands, to your table. Once you taste our breads, nothing else will do.

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Langley, BC

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Kitchen Helper in Vancouver, BC
on 2 June 2022
Fun Place to work but be ready for multitasks

Overall the store is a great place to start with but the kitchen seem to be always understaff so be ready to do multitasks. Some day will feel very crazy but some days you won't have anything to do. A lot of heavy lifting, and I mean be ready to carry heavy stuffs and bending your back at the dishwasher. Fun people to work with, but tips are not equally share and it is frustrating some time. Both manager in the front and back are very friendly and always ready to help when you need.

Asst Manager in Langley
on 26 November 2022
Do not work here

Management is abusive to staff, expects the lowest paid staff to carry the business on their backs, with not only no appreciation, but disdain and maltreatment. In my experience, if you accept a job with this company you will see evidence of all of these things as soon as you see the owner interact with staff. Toxic workplace to the degree that it was almost amazing to witness.

Anonymous Former Employee in Langley, BC
on 18 October 2022
Doesn't care, no help, not even appreciated.

I'm the only one person here doing everything. I'm overworked, stressed. and I'm done for. I don't get proper breaks, couldn't eat proper meals, and lost a lot of weight. The management still doesn't care, no help, not even appreciated.

Anonymous in Langley, BC
on 3 October 2022
To Each Their Own

My experience working for this company is 50/50. I did not have much prior experience in the required field but I was hired, which I was grateful for. I was provided with around 3-4 days of training after which I was left on my own, I was okay with that as the work was very simple and repetitive which made it easy to master. I was, unfortunately, the only person who was in that position at the time and thus I had to do work from other days that was left behind but everything was good and the job was easy. However, as I started working more, I realized everything wasn't smooth. I dreaded the day that management would appear in the office as I was so scared of them. The job itself was not stressful but the day management was in the office, it got too much. My mental health started deteriorating and I couldn't stand being there. On top of that, more and more work started being added to my list of duties without any increase in pay. A part of that was my fault, I was too scared to talk it out due to fear of reprimanding. I would also get blamed for the mistakes of other people and it really got too much. Then, more people started getting hired and I was in charge of training them. My days of training with them would go perfectly fine but on the day that they worked alone, they would quit and after a while, I understood why. Management was also very harsh on some employees but from what I know and heard, everyone was expected to do more work than what the job requirements said. My coworkers were all very sweet though. All in all, I don't think the company is too bad but I feel like a better work environment should be created. Everyone's experiences are different and this was just mine. Just because I wasn't a good fit at the company doesn't mean someone else won't be.

Production Team Lead in Langley, Canada
on 16 August 2022
Can't work with someone like that

I was always held liable and blamed for everything that goes wrong by the manager. But when something went great because of my work and efforts, I don't get any acknowledge nor appreciation. I seriously can't work with someone like that!

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