Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Earls Kitchen + Bar (Über 3 Jahre)
- "It's your business" mentality that creates real ownership
- Amazing training for those who are serious about leadership. The kind of stuff that you can apply to who you are as an individual, not just an employee.
- Fully transparent on-line infrastructure and training through their employee website myearls.com
- Make amazing life-long connections and really get to work in a "family" environment. The bonds you make while you're all "in the weeds" are priceless.
- Amazing salary benefits
- Challenging and constantly evolving work environment
- Long hours and hard work.
- Every GM is different (obviously) but the Regionals need to be more involved with those who are newer.
- Lack of attention and vision towards upcoming kitchen partner crisis has put us behind the 8 ball. Recruitment for BOH is a daily struggle.
- Hourly compensation for management isn't reflective of the amount of responsibility and expectations. Makes it difficult to stick it through.
- Brand is becoming synonymous with "cheap eats" and pulling the wrong crowd. Comparable brands have much higher perceived value because they set the context through their pricing.
Rat an das Management
- Focus on "Great Food. Great People." again and not so much on "bang for your buck".
- Invest in remodeling older locations to bring up to par with Cactus, Joey, etc.
- Make leadership sexy again. We are losing our culture.
Ich habe mich auf anderem Weg beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 4 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Oktober 2017 bei Earls Kitchen + Bar (Vancouver, BC (Kanada)).
I had an initial screening interview with the Manager of Recruiting, and then I met with the hiring manager in person for an hour-long interview. We discussed all elements and expectations of the position, as well as the vision of the department and company.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch