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They hired a 14 year old even though that means everyone else will have to do the work he cant even though you are already swampt with tasks in the middle of a rush Never expect to have enough people to deal with the rush either as that only happens when the boss is there And one screw up and your hours get cut i was there for 2 years and they tend to break the lae alot I
I really enjoyed working for Wendy's. The staff was great and friendly. Typically I would stock my station and make sure all the prep was done prior to opening, sometimes I had difficulty getting the prep done on time due to either there being to much prep to do or sometimes my arthritis in my hands would act up and make me slow. My bosses were great for the most part except for them understanding that I was a single mom that my girls would get sick often and I had no back up to help
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In my experience with the Wendy's. Much of of the staff tend to be older and they all seem burnt out from the 6 day work weeks and the high demand for constantly being fast. Some managers have a short temper and snap very easily, one specificially that I can think of. The one thing that kept me going back for three years was the GM. Absolute gem of a GM and great guy. I wish they could have provided a better work experience for their workers. there was also a period of time where I expressed how much I wanted to be a full time sandwich maker, and I feel I did get pretty good. but even for someone that had been there for three years they couldn't do that for me. I was just there dishwasher and I would fill in for sandwiches when they didn't have anyone.
GM was a good guy
the jobs pretty terrible
Always learning something new. The hardest part of the job is the time management. If one person gets behind then everybody gets behind. The teamwork makes it enjoyable to be there.
A typical day at work is stressful, in that it is fast-paced and under-appreciated, the managers appear to need more training as we sometimes have to be our own managers. The pay is awful, the only benefit is the cheerful elderly customers.
Lack of Leadership
Immediately upon being hired, I worked an average of 22 hours/week for 18 weeks. Then came the winter slow-down so my hours became less each week to 17 hrs/wk, to 14/hr/wk, to 4hrs./wk with no prior explanation as to what was coming. I continued to work, even on days when I was called in. During this 'slow time' the franchise continued to hire which meant they needed to train the new hires meaning there was less work for people such as myself who had shown eagerness and dependability and a great attitude. When there was no end in sight, and after a two - week period in which I was not scheduled at all, I inquired if the situation would be changing at all when it became 'busier' only to be told the GM did not think I was cut out for fast food. There'd been no communication from top down as to the on-going situation. There were no offers of working in a different department, nothing. There was an attitude shift by the managers towards me in that they were indifferent, not encouraging as they'd been in the past, etc. The writing was on the wall for me. I, first time ever, quit.
50% during shift off food purchases
no stability, depends on whether the management like you or not
I enjoyed working with this company. The atmosphere is always friendly and positive with excellent room to move up within the company or simply stay as a crew member.
Manager Free Meals
Shift Work (short time between shifts)
Very nice co-workers, you get the odd rude customer that didn't get the right order and they get upset so you end up making them a new burger or whatever they ordered. I enjoyed working in that environment, going to work in the morning and doing food preparation and then opening the store for 10am and then seeing all the regulars come in for lunch and coffee. you get to meet customers that want to come to you and make them lunch, because you have made a good relationship with them.