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As it is only a seasonal job, you work for a short amount of time which is beneficial as a student but in terms of training and customer interaction, it is difficult. Training for some is harder to pick up than others. In the bakery, for example, you have to memorize the prices of all the items which becomes easier with more experience. For customer interaction, that is the highest stress part. September- October is so extremely busy on the weekends because it is a farm. From my experience in the bakery, you MUST be able to handle stress otherwise this job is not right for you. You have lines out the door from open to close and on top of that there are always annoyed customers to deal with.
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A typical day includes cashing people out, stocking shelves with produce, handing out flyers, and bagging apples. I learned that working for a small business like this one means you will not receive anywhere near the normal amount of employee benefits. I also learned how to deal with a horrible boss. The management is borderline cruel and booking a day off is nearly impossible. The hardest part of the job was standing outside in the rain for hours on end bagging apples and being yelled at for so much as leaning against a table. The workplace culture is filled with deep resentment towards the boss that helps unify other workers. The most enjoyable part of this job was leaving. If you want to really appreciate every future job you have, this is the job for you.
free apple per shift
Réponse officielle de Pingle's Farm Market23 juin 2020
In response to this past review, as of April 1st, 2020, Pingle's Farm Market is under new ownership and management. We treat our staff with the upmost respect and truly believe we're all one big family!
Everyone was good to work with, I always felt productive and appreciated. There was always something to be done and a task to complete. I worked in various parts of the farm, therefore the was always something new to learn.
closing times changed
You learn the basics of what's it like to be a farmer, helping setting up the market, learning how to bake, and taking care of children. Meeting new people and being in such a fun, happy environment is why I loved working at Pingles.
Pingles was good however it began conflicting with school because i was given too many hours. The supervisors were great and so were my fellow employees
worked outside in the fresh air