Moxie's Grill & Bar Employee Reviews for Prep Cook
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Do not work for this company No organizations no planning what next.Find people who have experience!!!!!!!!!Not girls with short skirts and no brain!!!!!!
Between doing the work of 3 people being laughed at when I would have a 28 item work list and pretty much staying most days 7am to 9 pm cuz they would make you feel guilty that the work wasn't done .... Cuz they have no one ...also then being told your gonna do more jobs cuz we can't afford to have anyone here ... Pathetic place
Was getting hired here
If you work in the morning, everyone yelling about how high the work load is. There are too few cooks for too much work. The kitchen is dirty and the food is of rushed quality as a result.
Good pay, plenty of hours
Erratic hours, high pressure, unhappy coworkers
work culture was the best i've been in, but since i wasn't the fastest in the prep hall i didn't get many hours (which i can understand) but i cant do much to improve if i dont have the time to improve on the job.
Thirty years cooking been right across this country I've ran big pubs restraunt chains and camps never seen such a idiot kitchen manager in my life. Thx Brian promising me job telling me I'm hired then not .I'll should of noned better in the first 5 min working at this moxies in prince gearge is very dirty and no food safe practices in place.I've will be contacting ur head office thx again BrianKralun ur far from being a leader
two teenage supervisors who have a huge attitude problem do not know how to speak to people chef is a two face force you to work 12-14 hours a day everyday can I find people to work there 3 people quitting in one week would not recommend working at moxies newmarket Ontario yeah he's a good example of management first paycheck you get uniform supposed to be deducted did not happen agreement was made $14 an hour first two weeks was okay second two weeks was $14 50 hrs that was good for me after a 12-hour shift I did not bake cookies I was fired
do not see any pros
one of the worst places to work at
The average day shift consisted of preparing the various sauces, starches and meats used in the completed dishes. The difficulty of the job varied greatly as events influenced the amount of prep work required. It was great to learn about the different methods of making different foods, and how to use some of the machines.