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At FGF, we provide our Team Members with the opportunity to continuously grow and develop their careers at their own pace. With a focus on FGF's Home Grown Talent our goal is to provide all Team Members with the exposure, experience and education to be successful in current roles as well future career advancements. We embrace speed, change and uncertainty each and every day. Our incredible team of foodies grows larger every day, but our passion for creating great eating experiences remains baked in at the heart of what we do. ⠀
 

Are you ready to unleash your potential with FGF?

Answered by FGF BRANDS11 September 2020

At FGF, we believe nothing brings people together like great eating experiences. Behind every muffin, croissant, and flatbread is a team whose passion is baked in. FGF is a place of collaboration, shared knowledge, positivity and motivational leadership. Our passion for creating great eating experiences, that are high quality and affordable, remains at the heart of what we do.
 

Do more than you ever thought possible at FGF. Are you ready to make things happen?

Answered by FGF BRANDS11 September 2020

Very unorganized. I received a screening call from an HR coordinator and they called me in for an interview. The interview was very unusual as the person interviewing me was on vacation and someone else greeted me in. Once inside your expected to do an aptitude test for 12-mins and need to pass. After the test you have a group interview with basic questions. Expect a call back after a month or more.

Answered 20 June 2020

Management are racists and biased towards employees who are not from their country. The worst place to work.their is no equality.

Answered 22 October 2019

If you're new, you have to wait 3 months. They will allow 1 month vacation but you need at least a years notice but they rarely approve it. But they're okay with 1-3 weeks vacation with at least 3 months notice.

Answered 26 January 2020

The work itself was not challenging but the behaviour of the line leaders and some shift leaders and their favoritism would make even easy work challenging

Answered 14 July 2020

3 months I would say. There are no steps, you have to keep following up with the recruiter as they don't get back to you.

Answered 20 June 2020

Make sure know all safety rules & be your self.

Answered 29 April 2020
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