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Answered 28 May 2020

I could work 50 to 60 hours per week!

Answered 28 May 2020

The back ground must be checked to properly know the skills that the employees have even if everything is dynamic.

Answered 28 May 2020

Yes they do so they can get the Right person for the job

Answered 9 October 2018

No you don’t they will train you

Answered 9 October 2018

I had a leader that was only interested in profitability and not my success as a partner. She gave others preferential treatment and purposely (I believe) excluded me and stifled my growth in the team. She simply didn't respect me, the amount of effort I put into my role, or sacrifices I made to deliver...it was never good enough. Finally, I realized that the job was ruining my life, so I quit on the spot. Best decision I ever made.

Answered 26 July 2019

Focus on growth of people who want it. dont stop training after shift management

Answered 10 October 2017

Great team work environment and customer connections with new and returning customers.

Answered 4 March 2019

Vacation hours accumulated over time depending on hours worked.

Answered 27 February 2019

1 to 2 interviews depending on if the assistant manager interviews you first. Process takes about 1-2 weeks. Sometimes the managers will ask to do a coffee tasting with you during an interview to assess your knowledge or ability to taste notes in coffee.

Answered 7 June 2019
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