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lack of manpower

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lack of manpower, no health benefits and etc. its fun but really tiring. they should hire more people. because sometimes you double your work for a little salary
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Workplace full of pressure

Managers and admin are impulsive, makes decisions without investigation. Instructions always changing. There is favoritism culture. Admins do not coordinate.




Long hours, admins do not coordinate properly
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Fun workplace

You can have knowledge in producing different breads. Min.career growthPro: Paid OT and leavesCons: Lack of manpower, Long working hours. No health benefits
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workplace are fun and more learnings

maybe if I work here I will learn more about making breads and I will have families and friends if i hired to me here at breadtalk im super happy to be part of the company.


free foods etc.


willing to long duty
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It's soGood and nice to work there you will learn a lot, especially about baking and how to communicate well with the customer same as healthy environment
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tiring and not worth it

the management is messy and you’ll work way beyond your schedule otherwise you will be charged (ex. toasts left unsliced). they’re short in staff so there are times they’ll make you work on different stores which is so inconvenient and they have little to no incentives or anything for the employees. its an ok job for experience but not a good one for the long run. you’ll work for them even for years with no benefits, promotions, or whatsoever
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Semi Good and Bad

Being in the huge company with few employees is an exhausting job. Employees must be treated well in order to be more creative and productive at work.
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AVOID this company!!! Lowballer and had no value for people

The offered salary is not competitive: long hours of duty with 1 day off with very low salary for a store manager level. They seem to have no value for operations employees.


Good for fresh grad


Low salary and long hours (10 hrs a day duty for 6 day work week)
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Toxic and stressful

-Your superior should be the one to help you grow but they will treat you as a competitor.-health was never prioritized. You're burning in fever or whatever sickness is that you still need to duty. -store funds were never complete, and staffs are the ones to shoulder the store expenses and then reimburse when they sent the fund, but the fund they will send is partial. It's not enough to pay the everyday expenses. They should at least give the promised fund, not partially.-super long hours. Overtimes should be filed, if you fail to file it, OTY.-bread charges!!! Imagine a single bread costs 70 pesos then there are 15 flosss breads left. They will charged it to you.-Very toxic management.-Favoritism at its finest!


Free one bread


stressful and poor management
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This is my first job and i enjoy working in this company. Fellow bakers are nice and friendly. Good management provide staff meals everyday. I learned to bake thanks to breadtalk
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toxic environment

Good place to start learning baking if it is your passion but overtime you'll eventually realize that the whole company is toxic starting from its employees to management.
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Avoid at all cost!

What i learned about being cashier in breadtalk was a lot, and I'm really thankful that i learned something about being cashier for quite some time.The management needs a lot of improvement, from the top management up to the lower. Management needs to know that the stores are shorts in staffs and needs to hires new employees so that the current employees will not shoulder all the hardworks. Doing all around jobs is not that easy compared to the salary that we've been receiving.Negative workplace culture, since they will assign you from one place to another, there will be no bond between each employees because the manager will not let you by transferring the employees in other store.The hardest part of the job was not dealing with a "karen" customers, i think that it is the company itself, they will charge you for the floss that is not sold, transferring you into different stores, and many more.The most enjoyable part of the job? sorry but there is none. working with breadtalk was not easy, there will be no ups, there is no happiness and we're all struggling on how to survive daily, i just want the top management to know that you should hire more employees and fix the matters. you knew these things all along and yet you're denial about it.


1 piece of bread.


Point of sales machine do not have VOID So any incorrect inputs are final, 12-hr work, Anti-employee terms and conditions in their employment contract, Selected items not sold will be charged to the employees, Fixed 30 days salary
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Productive but Stressful Workplace

You will not grow on your training (or maybe the people around you won't let your knowledge grow). What did I learn? I've learned to clean and sweep the floor (as far as I know I applied for baker position not a steward position). The management itself is okay. I think the hardest part of the job is when you learn nothing. As I have a background in culinary, I had a little knowledge of this and that. During the training period, I expected that the training would extend my knowledge in baking and that didn't happened. The most enjoyable part of the job is when they let you do the real work not the janitorial work. I hope the management will fix this issue inside the kitchen. In addition to that, they will not let you know what you need to improve. They didn't know what open communication is (inside the kitchen). And lastly, the salary is too unfair for the job that you will going to do!


They didn't have any pros. Sorry


They have too many cons and it's too many to mention
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Poor management and Low salary

at first it was okay they have good performance incentive but lately the management began to change, they just care about the store sales and neglect the employees working for them.


no toxic co-workers


upper management doesn't know how to treat their workers fairly
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Unprofessional management

Employees at the main office are mean to new hires, this is the first time Ive experience unprofessional management, they told us new hires to attend basic training up until 4pm but the training finished at 7pm.Training supposed to start at 10am but it started on 4pm. Uneducated and rude co-workers, if u want to exp career growth, this is not the company for you
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Zero Star! Poor Management!

Not an ideal workplace esp when you are skilled and passionate worker! So many unpaid salaries. Management don't care for employees. Production head is no good. Stressful management!
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Friendly Staff

I enjoyed work in the company. I learned in the hard working , rules. everyday you learned new things in the work. Learn hard work and other things. every work you making new friends. always help co-worker in the working place.
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Customer sevice assistant

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.
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Learn from basic and understand what is your job

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.
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this is a job for a person with very high dedication and patience

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
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An exciting place to learn from for a person with a passion to learn baking.

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.
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3.1 out of 5 stars for Culture
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