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Chartwell Hospitality Reviews
Dishwasher in Cookeville:
Pros: I don’t have to bring my lunch I eat lunch at work in the cafeteria
Cons: The communication is not that great
Sous Chef in Pikesville:
Pros: My direct management team believes in my abilities and trust my decision making. I enjoy working with the students and feel appreciated by them.
Cons: I don't feel like the staff is trained or come with all the safe food handling experience necessary. The pay for union employees is not much and therefore they don't take pride in the work. Weekend schedules are not rotated and because of staff shortages I often will not take a day off to attend family events.
Was hired as cashier and pay is for that but never worked as that.
Prep Cook in Vancouver:
Cons: co worker never shuts up and starts work about 20 to 30 min after she checks in.
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