Cook, Institution and Cafeteria Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Cook, Institution and Cafeteria?
Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in McLeansboro:
Pros: No travel. People.
Cons: Not enough money. Not much opportunity for advancement or more money.
Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Wisconsin Rapids:
"Lots of Unskilled Labor."
Pros: Low cost of living males it easy to survive on a low salary.
Cons: Low salaries and stagnant job growth. Same jobs but different companies.
Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Brookhaven:
Pros: I Love brookhaven just not my job.
Cons: The pay and my boss gives me a hard time.
Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Enid:
Pros: Cooking meals and serving children and faculty.
Cons: Other employees who don't show up for work.
Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Columbus:
"The level of corporate frugality."
Work hard and fast. Keep your attention on the guest. Give them what they want, to a degree. Be politely stern. They will respect that. They are the one who are really signing our check. Not some corp honcho upstairs.
Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Nashua:
"Pay rate stoppage."
Work hard for advancements.looking to move to montana for transfer to side from N.H.
Cook, Institution and Cafeteria in Hattiesburg:
Be prepared to carry the weight of young inexperienced ppl that just come to work for a pay check and not to gain knowledge.