Marco's Pizza Employee Review
Job Work/Life Balance
There is next to no professionalism at this location.
This was a very fun job however, the level of professionalism is subpar to put it nicely.I was hired to become an assistant manager at the location. This is how the training went. Onboarding was simple enough. There was a learning curb on the registers. When I became proficient, it was time for kitchen training. However, the person that oversaw my training was VERY inexperienced with the kitchen.In short I was told to shadow someone in the kitchen. Not a set person, to shadow. If you understand how a kitchen works. You can't just shadow a person without getting in the way. Then I was "let go" via text message.
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3.3 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
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