Hard work for little reward
Server (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 1 September 2017
As the years go by the head office and owners have become more concerned with cutting corners to save money than taking care of their staff or product quality. The culture of working there can be enjoyable and flexible, but that does not make up for being understaffed, over worked, under paid, no room for advancement, and having policies that do not benefit the customer. It is a typical place where you work for or close to minimum wage, and the owners seemingly don't care about you. I learned that no matter how hard one works, it goes unrecognized and is thankless. The training and communication is lacking, and they should start hiring more people with actual integrity and accountability. Also, they are not as "green" as they advertise, and should go back to their roots because what they have evolved into is not working.
flexible hours, staff discount, tips
low pay, understaffed, no advancement, bad management, no training