Caffe Artigiano
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
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Customer Service in Calgary, AB
on 13 June 2021
Good company that needs to reconsider management
As far as barista jobs go, Artigiano was good. It was nice to find a place that put some focus on the artistry of coffee versus just slinging out drinks, but there was a lot of disorganization and lack of support from higher ups and general cafe management. Also, there was only one half-hour break given if you worked 5.5 hours or more, and no fifteen minute breaks, so if you worked a five hour shift it was a long time to be on a concrete floor without anti-fatigue mats to make it comfortable. Dress code can also be improved - white shirts and white shoes aren't practical for a coffee job, and I spent more money on replacing white shirts than I would have liked to.
Barista in British Columbia
on 29 April 2021
Not the best place to work
Poor management skills, they don’t care about employees and take advantage from international workers, promising things that at the end they don’t fulfill, (promotions, increase in salary, sponsorship...) The salary is low compared with the amount of work you have to do in this company
General Manager & Barista in British Columbia
on 6 November 2020
Stressful and Disorganized Company
I've worked many jobs, but none with as many changes to company policies, as much/frequent turn-over of staff, or as disorganized as this workplace. In the last 6 months of my employment, I was often working overtime and sometimes skipping breaks in order to complete all my tasks (I was doing the work of two+ people) as we were understaffed. Whenever I asked for support or to hire replacement staff for those that left without notice, I was just told repeatedly over the course of several months that they had hired people for our location. On the day they had finally started, I was let go without reason. Fortunately, by that point, I was just relieved to not have to work there anymore :)
Barista in Calgary, AB
on 21 September 2020
Poorly Managed, Revolving Door of Employees
Management is terrible, does not communicate well, does not have knowledge of coffee. Payroll can't get payments correct. Hiring way more staff than they can afford and letting people go for no reason at all. Worked there in 2015 and again in 2020, and I thought it was bad in 2015, it's WAY worse now. I wouldn't risk your time working for this cafe. Calgary locations offering full time but can't even get off covid funding, barely doing enough business to keep the lights on.
Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 2 July 2020
Disorganised workplace and terrible management at head office. Everything is cheap!!
Toxic workplace with terrible pay. Head office was a huge issue, they were disorganised, gossiped about each other to cafe managers and never got anything done. Everything in the store was broken and they never wanted to fix or buy any new equipment, this made it difficult for the people actually working in stores and dealing with customers to do their jobs. On top of that, managers got paid little to nothing, especially for the amount of overtime that was expected (but was never paid for). The owners have no idea what they're doing and have no interest in actually learning about the product/service they own. The owner doesn't even know what's on menu, he once tried to order something we didn't even make. His wife, tries to control everything to make the stores look more like Europe or Manchester, where she's from. It's a complete disaster, children are running the business! Not to mention, the president, doesn't even know what he's doing! He tries to control the regional managers and doesn't let them do their jobs properly. He's clearly confused as to what his job title actually entails. The only people at head office who actually try to their jobs, are not provided with the resources and flexibility to do so (controlled by the owner and president). Meanwhile, they're too cheap to hire an actual handyman, so they get someone who they demoted from operations manager to do all the repairs in stores. Employees normally don't last more than 6 months, once they realize how disorganised head office is and how terrible the pay is compared to other barista jobs. Most of the locations downtown are infested with roaches, mice, and flies. They also don't follow any foodsafe practices, and the food is always old and kept for 3+ days to be sold. If you're thinking of working here, please take my advice, don't. You will regret it!

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