Atrociously managed, dead end, and no opportunity for advancement. I worked here for a while while interviewing at other places, and even that was too much. 10.5 hour shifts where other staff and management pressure you to not take your breaks until about 6.5 hours into the shift. Unhappy, disgruntled employees - for good reason, as some have been there for 4-5 years and earn $14.93. They currently offer a signing bonus if you can last 3 months there, which is a red flag in itself. Understaffed as they are not able to keep anyone for long, other than immigrants with little to no English skills that they can easily take advantage of. Also, the current labour market in Victoria prices Portofino out of the picture, there are many entry-level jobs starting around $18-22, and they seem to think their below-average wages should suffice for everyone.
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