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Unaccomodating. When you a have an appointment at their office, you have to wait almost an hour or more before they entertain you. Even through call or text, they don't even give a response immediately. Poor management. Some of the head supervisor were so mean to their employees. Unpaid salaries like overtime pay.
As a customer service assistant job was satisfying the need of customer which we endorse our product thats was our bread that freshly bake and taste ao delicious everday aside from im doing multi task while entertaining the customer im also a caahier ,displaying the breads in the island bar and doing a bartender or making a coffee drink for the customer.
Being a baker in breadtalk is more exciting. I was so happy to learn about the breads and to make it using our hands. I learn the basics and It's more challenge we encounter every new varieties we launch. Breadtalk is the one can give u more opportunity especially for the first timer in hotel industry in kitchen world.
unpaid overtime force over time. lack of man power upon the high expectation will assign you far places sometime for a punishment always changing and unsure standards, that will result to bad employee review or other department heads
It gave me a lot of knowledge about operations of a bakery, from marketing strategies to handling personnel. I also learned how bread is made and I enjoyed working with the whole staff. The hardest part of the job is dealing with customers who become unreasonable with their demands and still maintain a smiling face. Since the store is in a mall, we close when the mall closes which is 9pm everyday and with the inventory that needs to be done, our team goes home at 11pm. Except for the bakers who come in early in the morning, so they all go home before 5pm.
My work location is too far from home. I have to travel like 2-3 hrs just to get there. It's a fun place to work with but too stressful sometimes. They don;t have enough employees every shift that I have to work for 16hrs a day. Low salary and don't have benefits.
long hours to work
Working in Breadtalk is my first experience so it will not easy to forget this job at first im enjoying working on it but when time goes on i felt that my job is getting harder and harder especially my schedule
Free Bread everyday
Long hours of work
Actually is a really hard to travel everyday going to work but if you have a passion the effort that you did its a achievement. I've learned a lot of thing, unfortunately i dont have any idea or experience about being a baker but when you started to do your job it feels excitement, Happiness, Enjoyment, etc.
I already learned a lot in breadtalk, the head chefs are all nice and kind and we are all having even if we always have bulk orders to make. Sometimes it's just feel tiring especially if the boss forces us to produce more but we are lack of manpower. It is still fine because they pay overtime but really difficult.
Free staff meal
Extended working hour due to bulk order
i learn to stay calm and focus even under presure Handles the inventory of stocks, handling purchases and returns. Knows what products need to be reordered,and tracking costomers sentiment pinpoints which product are in demand. Knows how to unpack incoming orders to check merchandise, and also must send back defective items.
I enjoyed working with pressures together with colleagues. Learned a lot of things while on duty. Like mixing, topping, tables and even cake designing. Hardest part of the job is when doing straight duty while solo. The most enjoyable part was when going home with a lot of learnings i have taken.