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They try and wrap you in with their culture when in reality they could care less about work place balance, culture or anything not number related. When asking upper management about my pay structure to better understand it, they said i should be grateful for what I get and that if I want to get paid more than minimum wage as a ASM I should work for a different company. DO NOT recommend
The discount.... maybe, because you can’t even use it on immediate family(siblings/parents).
No room for open dialogue or learning
When I first started at little burgundy I loved it, and the company is nice because they'll allow you to move up if you show promise. However, after a couple changes happened in the company the place became toxic. They now promote people based on favouritism and moving up can sometimes mean you were just in the right place at the right time. many manager commit time fraud or steal and blame the other employees.
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!00+ hours of over time a year, horrible pay, horrible management, surprise changes to your schedule
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Worked for the company for about a year and even moved up. All they care about is if your numbers are good. They find reasons to remove you from the company. Management was terrible since it was changing every 3 months or so. Would not recommend working here if you're looking for long term.
Everyday was not only fun and exciting. But it helped you gain confidence in being your true self. No one judged you and nobody didn't go against you. It was focused on a lot on team building because everyone got along.
if you would like to have your money stolen, be talked down on, THEN THIS IS THE JOB FOR YOU, management sucks, Pay makes no sense. Just do not work here. You have to make a goal before the end of your shift which is highly unrealistic (700-1,500 a shift) and if you dont make said goal (which no one does, except managers who give out discounts) then you get fired. Simple as that.
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