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Phyllis store manager, 850 US-44, Raynham, MA 02767


Rating: 1 out of 5.

very toxic to be around always takes out her problems on the employees and steals money out of your paycheck each and every week without some people realizing it I have a total of 21 people in a signed affidavit that a witness to that

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Subway, 1725 Dauphin ISLAND pwy, Mobile, AL, 36605


Rating: 1 out of 5.

On Nov. 23,2020 I did a online order for buy 2footlong get one free. This store was no longer doing that so I had them cancel my order. The manager told us that she would give me a refund on Monday. Monday came and went so response went back up there a week later and talked to another manger and the owner and was told that it would be taken care of. Its no almost a month later and its still not taken care of. I talked to the district manager and she was very condescending and VERY RUDE!! Told me that they couldn't give me a refund and that the managers there are not allowed to do refunds!! She refused to give me the owners name and phone number!! This is not the first time we have had a issue with them. The other time we did a online order they took my money and there was no one working!! That time it took me 2 weeks to get my money back!! THEY ARE NOTHING BUT A BUNCH OF THEIVES!! The sad part is they are getting away with it!!!

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Mo wark, Zoiglhaus llc, Portland, OR


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Self centered and out of touch. Is a director of operations so he should be great at communicating and delegating work. Sadly isn't good at either. Is very out of touch with the duties of a front of house general manager. Lies about things he said to do and will blame you for his short comings. Is a director of operations for pints and has had whole restraunts quit on him for his incompetence. Loves to talk about his trip to Vietnam and joke about " going back to serving" I doudt he ever was a server seeing as he has no idea how to sell a ticket and routinely sells smaller tickets in the kitchen before large ones that came in first causing angry customers and comping them beers. Is out of shape and eats for free while constantly raising food prices and employee prices. Stares and excel sheets like he's trying to figure out some sort of complex theory and thinks highly of his skills (or lack there of) when literally any kid born after 1990 could do his job and set up those excel sheets seeing as how to use excel and add formulas and graphs and figure out how to balance expenses and increase revenue since this is all taught in any public high school. I don't know who's *** he has to *** to get this position but he must be able to *** chrome off rims with his income. As I said earlier jokes about going back to serving because minimum wage got raised as if the amount of money we are being paid these days is equivalent to what his fat ass was making in high school but with less buying power. Saying that should be easy to figure out why that's insulting. To joke about that when you're well off and cutting servers hours and making enough money to survive comfortably at that really shows how much he cares. Quality of work has really fallen off and he recently fired our host who was hired as a server and never got serving hours even though the kid always got great reviews (customers seemed to love him) and was always receiving praise for scoring perfect seceret shopper scores. It was sad to see him go after being strung along for so long and was the only worker who lived in the community and truly wanted to see the place thrive. Poor kid was the happiest and most driven person when he started with no experience and quickly picked it up and had an open mind trying to constantly get better. I have been here for years and honestly am leaving soon seeing the direction he's taking the restaurant. I.E. getting rid of the host, getting rid of the front of house general manager,cutting hours while hiring more people for menial jobs (expo,more servers with less hours [keeping hours low as to not give employees insurance.] also does not lead by example when operating at front of house general manager by delegating tasks that take longer to ask someone to do rather than doing it himself and letting the worker know. Gives bull*** excuses as to why it's more logical to make you do something that he should easily know how to do. The more I've seen him involved and sweating and talking to table the less and less I've seen regular customers come in. Does not hesitate to blame other for things that he did. Not to mention he walks up to severs tables after the customers leave to check how much the servers are being tipped. Expects servers to pay for food and soup that they are expected to know how it tastes, how much comes in a serving, and how many people it can feed. Is quick to cut hours, positions, benefits, cut himself when he longer feels urge to work all to keep his salary paid the same. Also enjoys walking up to servers tables while the server is busy making the rounds to their other tables and then act as if the server isn't doing their job. I do not doudt that if zoiglhaus intends to prosper and be a true staple of the community mo's gotta be the first to go, not to mention employing people from the neighborhood seeing as that's what's going to help bring up the neighborhood and bring them together. I've seen a lot less regulars since they got rid of the poor kid who was hired as a server and treated as a host. Honestly he's so bad at communicating that emails me and other employees have sent him about issues that need to be resolved and demands responses to emails that truly do not a require a response. Also likes to talk down to employees by using slightly better diction than a sophomore in an English class as he believes that using clever words to say something rude and unprofessional because he seems to think no one who works below him (saying below because this guy truly doesn't understand the first thing about motivating a team of servers or the kitchen and definitely only considers him self as a big *** instead of part of the team or [family] as he would call it whilst bull*** literally and figuratively pours from his mouth.) the owners who own zoiglhaus and pints should send someone in to watch and see what he actually gets done and how he works under the guise of being trained for a director of operations job at another location because god knows this guy couldn't even pass the test the servers must complete to work there. Likes to add how no one pulls their weight with out taking in to considerstion how understaffed the restaurant is and that poor kid he had hosting instead of working the position he was hired for had his name slandered because mo had asked the poor kid to run food and to hurry and go clean all the tables and had him running around like crazy pointing out dirty tables that the servers are supposed to clean (literally in the job description) which would make him leave the host stand and then talk about him forn not seating new customers after even though when he was trained he was told to only keep the front 8 window side booths clean as to never be far from the host stand. And don't even get me started on the amount of *** he gives us (servers) as an example during the fall of 2016 he had asked a morning server who had a lot of sidework to get done before opening to go sweep the fallen leaves out front in front of our neighboring business which the neighboring business owner yelled at the poor guy for and that mo blamed on the server. Here's hoping you find this review before even considering him for another director of operations/ front of house general manager to save your business the money and loss of customers and valued employees. He has after all already lost pints a whole staff (server, dishwasher, and kitchen) in Arizona I believe and had to leave zoiglhaus for a week as to hire new staff/ crew. If I can save even one company/ person the displeasure of meeting and or hiring/ working with him then I feel as if I've done the community and industry a great service.

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Janet Ward, CO-OP Financial Services, Rancho Cucamonga, CA


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Janet came to our company and department with the idea that we were all inept and that we needed to be trained on introductory project management. Yes, I agree that we needed more process and sophisticated tooling in place, but she completely disregarded the fact that we are professionals all coming from different backgrounds. We actually harnessed a lot of expertise in this area, but she didn't explore that. She offended the group by spending almost the entire area meeting giving us "lessons" on agile development, project management, and Microsoft Project. We were all frustrated with her lack of consideration for the group. She also dictated a group project that is usually decided as a group effort. The project revolves around setting up folders on a network drive for project documentation, which completely ignores any type of well thought content strategy. She is bossy and seems to only care about what the executives think about her. If she is ever your manager at CO-OP or any other company, I would run as fast I could. She doesn't care what you know - it's all about her.

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Taco Bell, 600 south street, Raynham, MA, 02767


Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Dustin & Ronnie, Pelican Pointe Car Wash, LaPlace, Metairie, LA, 70068


Rating: 1 out of 5.

I sincerely thought I would be giving this company a rating if “5” after I worked for them since 2014 up until 2021. Sadly, after 7 devoted years of working my way up from being a walk in hired manager who co-managed with multiple other managers at different locations to being given my own wash that I ran for over 2 years without any major problems up until the pandemic started. For some reason we (a car wash) was labeled as “essential”. This did ensure my employment during a very hard time while others were finding themselves unemployed however, my household faced a problem which caused me GREAT emotional, physical and mental hardships - when Covid broke out, my (at the time) 9 year old stepsons doctor contacted my wife and informed her that she would need to lockdown our home to ensure that he didn’t come in contact with this virus due to the fact that he had a low immune disorder and when people did have to enter her home she needed to take all precautions possible. And there I was, having to accept the fact that my working to ensure my families home and financial well-being and being blessed to be able to continue to do so however I found in doing so and returning to our home each day put my stepsons LIFE at risk. I didn’t realize that this internal war I was having within my head was reflecting in my work. Rather than calling me in, sitting me down and talking to me, asking what’s going on, my higher-ups chose to use my few mistakes- and YES, there were literally 2-3 mistakes I made right before my boss who I answer to came to the wash I ran and literally took my shop from me, no questions asked about my mistakes. He stripped me of my head manager title and relocated me to a wash that was approx a 45 min to an hour drive away from my home and my family which was literally smack in the middle of a “high rating Covid zone”. I took this demotion as I was not going to flat out quit due to knowing that finding another job during this time would be near impossible. For about 3-4 months I went out there to work. Within the first week I realized they had canceled my company gas card which I seriously needed in order to continue to have reliable transportation to the newly demoted position. The “head manager” of the location treated me like I was new and this was literally after 7 years of devotion to this company. One day I was late, I called on my way in while stuck in traffic on interstate letting them know I would be there as soon as possible but I was at a stand still sue to a wreck ahead of me. That day nothing was said to me about anything however the next morning when I arrived at work on time, I was called into the head managers office and I was FIRED on the spot! I LITERALLY WAS NEVER THANKED FOR ALL THE TIMES I WAS THE REASON WHY THIS MAN RONNIES BUSINESS LOCATIONS WEREN’T CLOSED DUE TO BROKEN PARTS OF THE WASH - I was way more than just a manager - I WAS THE CAR WASH MECHANIC & THE AUYOMOTIVE MECHANIC bc when the wash damaged a customers vehicle, I was the person who fixed it- not a shop ( unless it was needing to be painted). Needless to say, THE PELICAN POINTE CAR WASH located in SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA AREA TREATED ME LIKE TRASH AFTER I FULLY DEVOTED MY LIVE BESIDES MY HOME LIFE TO WORKING FOR THEM - I even had planned to retire from that company bc I did enjoy my time employed there ... even without praise, thanks or acknowledgement... even after doing good things which benefited the company they chose to degrade anything they chose to rather than admit that on MANY different occasions, I was the ONLY one who was worth a damn. I have RECEIPTS for everything I’ve stated- EMPLOYEE WITNESSES as well as PERSONAL WITNESSES of the way I was treated... As the owner celebrates 10 years of 2 *** shows working got him, he could care less about everything I did - I admitted then AND am saying it now - I WAS MARRIED TO MY JOB... got treated like absolute *** and I honestly REGRET every penny I saved that USING SORRY EXCUSE FOR AN “EMPLOYER”! And YES, I AM in contact with lawyers to discuss possible legal ill-will they caused me due to their treatment of me and their refusal to concern themselves with my well-being during a literal pandemic... DISGUSTING AND UNFORGIVABLE!

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Boho, Boho Restaurant, Coconut Grove, FL


Rating: 3 out of 5.

Cons •As an employer they do always have most of the supplies you need. •Supervisors/managers change often. (Still eat there. My teachers and friends from school go there to. Managers are different.) •Developing biased opinions, let other employees rule over them. •Allow untrained personnel to begin work in front of customers causing issues/embarrassment. •After I clock out they ask me to sweep the floor. •The servers ask a lot of things of me at the same time. To much sometimes I cannot do it all. •Last minute creating asinine rules (where there are no rules or employee handbooks) use it to their advantage out of spite against an employee or customer. •No proper form of disciplinary procedures to ensure every employee is not goofing off. •Creates an environment that allows employees to feel free to not focus on job execution. •Management allows subbing/relief of managerial duties to a person untrained in people skills. •Paychecks? Always late. •Kitchen staff changing with nice workers and also workers that throw plates or yell for absolutely no reason or try to kiss you. Making the workplace non-friendly/positive environment to execute success in business. •No changes can be made on the menu however the menu only states changes can be made for allergy purposes. *when needed always an issue for the head of the kitchen. •Patronizing employees due to customer requests on their orders. They yell at the server. (Kitchen manager). •Head of the kitchen (which often changes) will make awful remarks regarding orders entered by said staff in a small restaurant that arguing can be heard in the dining room from the kitchen. •Greek bartender always yelling in Greek and seems like he's arguing. •Had issue after leaving business with my check amount. Had to threaten to sue them to ensure I'd get my correct amount due to me. That is theft if you are not paid what you are owed. Beware with them. Count your hours. •No employee parking. •No refund in parking like neighboring jobs. Pros •Relaxed uniform, jeans and white shirt. You can wear different pants and not get written up for it. •The food is really good. The menu is simple yet not so simple. Details are everything. •Managed to succeed with their ***tails that go well with anything on the food menu. •Management let's you choose when you want to work for the most part. •If I needed more water pitchers I would get them next day by management. Very good with those type of needs. •Owners come from Greece and say hello they are very happy to keep employees working in a happy environment -(that's what they want). •They let you drink all the coffee you want. •Allow you to order food to take home. •Give you 50 percent off food. •Went with my mom and ate. I paid with my money at 50 percent off. •Have nice decorations that attract nicer crowd. Family crowd. (Adult family and young adults seem like what they want. Meaning no kids menu). *I worked there around when they first opened they wouldn't let some people be a server and they would let only 1 or 2 guys be the server. I still go there because I like the food but things do not seem like what they did before. I still have friend or 2 there. I hear things. People need to know what is going on in every job. Don't let this stop you from working here. Every job sux. I am going to school I cannot work there.

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Lauren Taylor, North Raleigh Hilton, RALEIGH, NC


Rating: 2 out of 5.

Lauren makes her managers work long hours, and she gets all of the bonuses. Lauren never trains her managers, she just throws them out there hoping they'll figure it out. If she corrects a manager she rips them start publicly! Restaurant managers are rarely allowed time to eat a meal. When managers do eat they're made to pay for it, where as k As urea and her friends eat for free. Lauren has time to visit with friends at work, but no time to do employee reviews or review weekly work submitted to her for her review. Lauren doesn't allow managers to schedule enough team members to work, and manswers are so busy doing team members jobs that their own work does not get completed.

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Tracy Schuleman, Barshop Community Center, San Antonio, TX, 78230


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Tracy is a very poor manager with no personable people skills. She treats employees with petty childish behaviors and constantly degrades the employees she manages. Her attitude and treatment of employees makes for a very hostile work environment

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District Manager, Spencer’s Gifts, Charlotte, NC, 28277


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Bad communication, no empathy, no advocacy and strict. Gets on lower management as if they are being paid enough to deal with being berated. Doesn’t even Acknowledge sales associates - treats them as if they don’t matter. Everyone I know who has left this company, has left because dealing with said District Manager takes too big a toll on their mental well-being. She is not helpful, but claims to be when in reality she is a burden and gets in the way of the task at hand. She sets up her office in the back room, making it impossible for associates to feel comfortable on their break. Ultimately she contributes to a hostile work environment and makes everyone uncomfortable.

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