Unorganized, toxic environment
I worked with Chefs Plate when they just opened. I proceeded for months. While I was one of the more reliable employees (they would ask me to do more, and had me take on more responsibility), I noticed that the way they treat people was not kindly. Even in a position of more responsibility, if anything went slightly wrong, management would immediately come and blame you, as opposed to properly communicating it and fixing any errors. It was a high stress environment, and while the company itself is a good idea, and the CEO is very nice, the supervisors and managers didn't handle high stress, or take new ideas into consideration. They were very rude to their ethnic workers, would not properly train anyone, and morale was very low.
I enjoyed the people I worked with more than anything, but slowly it turned more and more into a negative place to be. I believe this could be a good place to work if management listened, and focused on the people working, but when I was there that was not the case. Everyone working despised the environment and the people they worked for. It's a very gossipy, dramatic place. Pay wasn't too great either, and they demanded overtime multiple times a week. They brought on an afternoon shift for the extra work load, but then would cancel their shifts multiple times a week.
free lunch once a month, take home extra food that wasn't kitted once a week
gossipy, unorganized, management wouldn't listen