SkipTheDishes
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Stressful and Challenging

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Typically, a usual work day is going through accounts and using your gut whether or not a customer deserves a compensation for their wait or cold food due to the high amount of scammers trying to hustle free food. Sometimes you have to make hard decisions that go against your standard morals.
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Not possitive to work at all

bad management and dont value employees. bad working environment since no one care on what they are doing at work at all. benefits are not great too.
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If youre in corporate you will like it

If not you will be fighting in a sea of unhygienic college kids and lonelyhearted middle-aged folks needing to escape their reality, only to sit in a broken smelly dirty desk and be yelled at all day. It is not much to ask to have basic work conditions like a clean bathroom or proper keyboards and headsets but apparently there it is. and everyone complains about people complaining so its toxic af for people with anxiety, not to mention the cosntant policy changes, the sharky team leads harking you for not taking enough calls and generally feeling like a blob because you get no time to stand up or take a decent break. people run off the floor all the time crying or breaking down. YAY The work is being abused by customers all day in a drab broken packed call center, the pay is so low that trying to use your benefits is actually not feasible and HR doesn't do anything but get defensive when you are concerned for your mental welfare. Good riddance, bring this company down already.
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Na

- Good work culture - Pay is low compared to other businesses - Stressful, tedious and have to take many calls - Not so good management skills - Free coffee
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Doesn’t care about employees

Skip is generally okay if you’re in school and you’d like to make side money. However if you’re considering being there long term it’s a no-no. Stuck up team leads and managers forcing you to give your all to a job where you’re not appreciated. It causes a lot of stress and anxiety and the benefits they offer don’t cover for that. There’s also a lot of favouritism and they undervalue staff. Don’t work here!
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Poor Management, boring

At first it was great, in training and interviews they said shifts were flexible and we could even create our own schedules. This was great because I was in school. Once the training was over, you're on your own. Management may as well be non-existent. You're micro-managed by your peers that walk around with laptops for *help* but when you actually need them they're talking to their friends/management in a corner. If your schedule is messed up because of their weird, unclear expectations, you're on your own. Good luck dropping that shift. I ended up having to quit because every 2 weeks they scheduled me on a shift I specifically indicated I was unavailable for. Raises are non-existent. They say they give you a review once a month after training. Hadn't received one and I was there over 6 months. After speaking to co-workers about a raise, they said you're lucky if you get 30 cents at the end of a year. Don't waste your time, they demand perfection but pay for mediocracy. Management needs an overhaul, I should not hear my peers being scolded for things they messed up on in the middle of the call centre. How unprofessional can you be. If you dare join this company, make friends quickly. Try and make friends with people close to the higher-ups. Their is MAJOR favouritism and they don't even try to hide it. I would see people working in my position wasting their shift away walking around, talking to their friends who walked around *in case you need help* meanwhile, you talk to the person next to you too much and they ask why you're not taking a call. (This happened more - 

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Free coffee

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management, micro-management, low morale, high expectations, low pay for job requirements
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part time job

Part time job to earn money to cover any upcoming extra expenses e.g. gas and car maintenance, getting know the city and roads better. There is no flexibility to choose your shifts or even your time to deliver. Skip the dishes system provide you with some shifts and you are free to choose or not

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delivery fees as OK

Cons

driving long distances
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Flexible part-time work

Hours are very flexible based on your schedule Pick up shifts whenever your schedule allows you to 4-hour shifts make for short work day, with lots of time to focus on other acitivities

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Flexible work schedules

Cons

Income varies day-to-day, never constant
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